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DRAMATIC. 



VAUDEVILLE. 



CIRCUS. 




Copyright, J.1HH, by the Frank Queen Publishing Company (Limited) 



Founded by 
FRANK QUEEN, 1853. 



NEW YORK, JULY 30, 1904. 



VOLUME Ul.-No. 23. 
Prloe 10 Cants, 



^155 CIipper'5 



C0SCIB.N1MQ 

STISE FOLK and Sometimes OTHEBS 



BY JOBBPHINB GBO. 



The Invariable reply was a negative, given 
In different degrees of Impatience. One 
answer, "What are you giving ua?" teeming 
Hie uncalled-for Impertinence, but before the 
manager could call the offender to account, 
the communication was abruptly severed. 
Failing to find the whereabouts of the dele- 
gation, he bethought himself of consulting 
his brother-in-law. 



"Billy." 

"Yes, what Is It, old man?" said that per- 
son. But without replying the manager con- 
tinued : 

"Harry." 

"Yes." 

"Jack." 

"Yes, what can I do for jou?" was Jack's 
answer, as Ave men wondering!? waited for 



long C. 0. D. telegram, and at the asms 
time getting a joke on his friend by signing 
his name to it. 

Accordingly the following wordy telegram 
waa wired the hotel proprietor, who was well 
known to be a very close man concerning 
money matters : 

"Dear Sir — I want yon to save me a small 
back room, without bath, on the top floor. 



Along the Blalto a story la being told on 
a manager of some prominence who, like all 
other In bla position, has his troubles with 
occasional failures of his productions. 

Though his star bad good backing and a 
fair play, the piece failed to draw, and, to 
secure a semblance of success, much "psper" 
waa Issued, and for a few nights the theatre 
was fairly filled. Bnt "paper," however en- 
thusiastic, does not settle the salary roll, and 
the manager, though keeping up a bold front 
towards the public, complained bitterly In the 
bosom of his family. 

His brother • In • law, 
who Is something of a 
wag, hearing him tell 
bis troubles, determined, 
by way of a Joke, to 
give him at least an 
boor or two of cessa- 
tion from worry. He 
should enjoy the hope 
of better business for a 
short time, even If at 
the end that hope 
should be dispelled by 
finding that a joke had 
been played upon him. 
Accordingly one morn- 
ing the facetious broth- 
er-in-law enlisted the 
coop* ration of a woman 
friend In calling the 
manager up on his 
office telephone in the 
bolldlng next to the 
theatre. The worried 
man bad Jnat arrived at 
the box office, and was 
feeling particularly blue 
aa he glanced up at the 
ticket rack, the spaces 
of which were only too 
well filled with unsold 
bits of cardboard. At 
the ring of the tele- 
phone he almost .fell 
over the treasurer's 
chair In his haste to 
resj*---the-T-re*e4Ter,- 
through which he was 
hoping to hear a call 
for seats. Nor wss he 
disappointed, for over 
the wire came a wo- 
manly votce, asking: 

"la the manager 
there I" 

"Yes," said he, "I'm 
the manager." 

"Well," said the un- 
seen applicant for seats, "will It be possible 
for you to save ma a hundred and twentj- 
flve seats for tonight? Our delegation, which 
has Its meeting In New York, have voted to 
see your production." 

Now, as the advance sale was only about 
thirty dollars, the manager's heart gave a 
leap of Joy at this prospective addition to 
the sale. Wishing, however, to give the lady 
the Impression that, aa business was so good, 
It would not be ah easy matter to arrange 
for so many at such short notice, be replied : 
"If you'll hold the wire for a moment I'll 
see what can be done." 

"Oh," said the voice, "If there's any doubt, 
don't bother about it — there are other the- 
atres In town where our party may be enter- 
tained," and a sound over the wire seemed 
to Indicate to the manager that the lady was 
in consultation with some one. 

Upon the anxious manager fell the cold 
fear that he was about to lose a good sale, 
and, in a voice made unnaturally buaky by 
his nervtouaaess, he hurriedly exclaimed : 

"Oh, — yes,— ah — I — I And I can give you, 
In the first rows, aa many seats as you may 
need." 

"Very well then; send them Immediately, 
with the bill, to our hotel— I am president 
of the Lady Bbrlners— whatever the amount 
may be. I will band to the messenger," and 
before the elated manager could ascertain 
the name of the hotel to which the tickets 
were to be sent, the click of the receiver at 
bis ear Indicated that the one at the other 
end of the wire had been hung up. 

Nonpalsed for a moment at the possible 
<oss of the sale, he Immediately aet about tele- 
Phoning to several of the prominent hotels, 
Pitting the question : 

"Is the delegation of Lady Bbrlncra stop- 
ping at your hoteir 




give rebates for two In a room," began the 
proprietor, whose torrent of Indignation was 
stopped by the astonished actor, who ex- 
claimed : 

"What's the matter with you? I want one 
of your beat rooms, and I want It quickly, 
too. If you haven't got one — good after* 
noon I" 

The mystified proprietor scented the fact 
that there waa some mistake, and reaching 
Into a desk for the telegram, handed It to 
the actor, who quickly saw that It waa the 
work of some practical Joker, 

"It's up to both of us," he said to the pro- 
prietor. "Let's go snd treat eacb other," and 
the two sauntered toward the stairway that 
led to regions below, where feminine guests 
are forbidden. 

» 
Three little girls were standing on the 
beach, nesr ths actors' colony at Bt. James, 
discussing tbe merits of their father's pro- 
fessions. 

"My father," aatd one 
of the youngsters, "be- 
longs to the cleverest 
profession of all— he's a 
newspaper editor." 

"Pooh I" said another, 
"my father's profession 
Is greater than that— 
he's a lawyer." 

"You needn't fee! so 
proud," spoke up one of 
the group, "my father 
Is on nctor — ho belongs 
to the theatrical profes- 
sion." 

"That's no profes- 
sion," retorted the law- 
yer's little girl, "my 
pnpa snys that's a dis- 
ease," 

QUHHIl JAPANBBU 

CUSTOMS. 



Hastening next door to the office of that 
Jolly relative, he found him laughing with 
several mutual friends. As tbe manager 
rushed In and was about to put the ques- 
tion, he waa anticipated by bla relative, who, 
with a twinkle In bla eye, asked : 

"Do you know where the Lady Bhriners 
are stopping T" 

In an Instant, aa hearty laughter from sev- 
eral throats filled the office, tbe manager 
realised that he had been tbe victim of an- 
other of bis brother-in-law's practical Jokes. 
Turning upon them with a stern face, be 
called each separately by name, as If about 
to deliver sn Impressive bit of Information, 
and wished to have the undivided atten- 
tion of them all. 

"Tom," said he to one of them, who re- 
plied: 

"Yes." 



the Information that seemed to interminably 
slow In coming. 

"Dick," continued the manager, speaking 
the name of the last. 

"Yea " 

"You can all go to blazes!" exclaimed the 
manager, as be slammed the office door. 

Another practical Joke la told of a well 
known actor, whose salary permits of taking 
the best rooms at the best hotels. The Joke, 
In fact, made a double "hit," for It struck In 
two directions— in that of tbe actor and also 
of the manager of the seaside hotel where 
the actor Intended to stay. 

A friend, hearing of the Intended destina- 
tion of the actor, and remembering that the 
previous season be bad bad some serious un- 
pleasantness with that personage, conceived 
the Idea of causing him tbe expense of a 



Can I get a rebate if I bring a friend with 
me? Does the water there agree with you? 
If so, I will come. Wire answer." 

Needless to say tho wrathy proprietor, to 
whose account the telegram was cbsrged, 
sent no reply to the name and address 
signed. That afternoon tbe actor arrived 
with a trunk full of handsome seaside cloth- 
ing, snd signed bis name upon the register. 
He was about to ask for tbe best room In tbe 
house when the proprietor, who stood at thd 
clerk's elbow, saw that the new guest's name 
was that which had appeared on the many 
worded telegram. Forgetting to assume bis 
usual suave manner In which bs usually 
greeted guests, he, to use tbe actor's words, 
"lit Into" him In a most unaccountable way. 

"I haven't any little top floor back room, 
and the water here won't agree with you, 
and I don't need your money, neither do I 



An amusing address 
waa given In London re- 
cently, at the meeting 
of the Japan Boc'ely, 
by Baron Buyematau, 
on "Japanese Family 
Laws." It waa curious 
to hear bow nearly tbe 
laws of this newcomer 
Into civilisation re- 
sembled, before recent 
changes, the old Iioman 
laws of the samo order. 
Tbe father of tho 
family, both In old 
Home and recent Japan, 
had absolute power over 
all Its members. 

The practice of adop- 
tion Is another simi- 
larity. Adoption Is gen- 
erally employed when 
a wealthy Japanese 
family boa daughters 
on'y. In this casa tho 
chosen son-in-law la formally adopted by his 
father-in-law, takes his name and enters his 
household as a son, instead of tho daughter 
going, as In other rases, Into the family of 
her husband and coming under tho rule of a 
mother-in-law. 

floron Buyematsu suggested smilingly that 
If any English young man wishes to fight for 
Japan, ihe wsy to do It Is to go to that 
country and marry a Japanese lady who Is 
the representative of her family. By so 
doing ho will forthwith become a subject of 
tbe emperor. 

The wonderful rapidity with which Japan 
has taken bold of Western civilisation was 
ompbaslscd by. the abowlng of an arrow, 
auch aa would have been carried to battle 
by a noble warrior of Japan* as recently aa 
IbflS. Think of It— so recently as that, tbla 
nation that Is sweeping all before It In the 
field was still fighting with old fashioned 
bowa and arrows. 

The arrow head was shown by a new 
Instrument, called the "ICdlblotcopo," the pe- 
culiar power of which Is thst It throws on 
tbe screen an enlarged Imago of sn object 
Itself — not merely s reproduction of a pic- 
ture ; and the arrow head shown, which was 
very ornate and artistic, was what was 
known as "the Last Arrow," which was al- 
ways carried In the quiver, to be employed 
only In utter emergency, It Is thought that 
the Idea was to use It ss a final despairing 
appeal to the gods, and If no Improvement in 
the altuation Immediately followed Its use, 
the noble warrior who found himself con- 
quered, would forthwith commit suicide, 

The contrast between the Japan of today 
and the condition of tbe country a genera- 
tion or so ago was strongly emphasised a't 
the lecture, and there were many reminders 
of the distance that the great Eastern empire 
has advanced in a few brief years.— Com- 
mercial Ait er titer. 



514 



THE NEW YORE CLIPP^. 



r. 



July 30. 



THE NEW TOM CLIPPER 

THE FRANK QOEEN PUBLISHING CO. (limited.) 
, nopanttoBS. 

ALBERT J. BORIE, 

Editorial and business; Manjioib. 



TURK. 

II., Datihury. — Nil. 



SATUBDAY, JULY 30, 190 4. 

RATES. 

AuTertlMnuDta— 12.80 per Inch, ■tn|!i col- 
umn. 

Advertisements get With border, 10 per 

ctnt. extra. 

•■ ■ BUBHCI1IPTION. 
One year la advance, $4 ; six month*, 12 ; 

three months, II. Foreign postage sitrs. 



C. it. 'l'„ Milling* Park.— Kyote died Dec. 
20, 1HU0, at Terre llmite, liul. 
MIHCE.LI,ANEOUS. 

J. (!.. Central Falls - our hicm do not dls- 
cIohc any record of It. 

It. I., Little Rock.— It Is the name, . 

OVtl CHICAGO LETTER. 



lorllonlrt ; rmr. llulu*. imighlan : MIm Toy- ww» , '™W&,™f Vj ir S 
lor. Iuii;; haired womuu, .iu.3 Jessie Vlliwlil H success In A ucklniii 1, N. A. 
.rained «l^toijiTta^_ih g ,ti;: U IMto » V«ZV£L2g?* t 



litre uict wiiu uiurked 



(VBOU OUB OWN COBKBSrOMOlHT.) 

W«-«t»-ru Hnr.-an 
Of the New York Clipper, 
Iloom SOS, Asblond Block, Chicago. 
The return of "Buster Brown" to the 
firfMit Northern, and the rejuvenation of 
••The Royal Chef," at the Gnrrlck, muteri- 
ally changes thp complexion of the local 
theatrical situation on Sunday, July 24. 
••Mrs. Wlggn, of the Cabbage Patch," begin- 

»••- • — — . — ■ T-- --.- "" •_,_.|3 „J »«. nlng a IbTrd week, remains nt the Grand 
ingle copies will pa Bent, postpaid, Od re- JKg, House; "The Forbidden Lund." en- 
teritis upon its fourlU week, continues nt 
the Illinois, nnd "Vivian's Papas" starts Irs 
eighth week at Powers'. "The Mummy and 
tin' Maid" concluded lis stay at Ibe tJ.ir- 
rlt'k Theatre Kntttrdny night, starting lm> 
mediately (or Broadway. On the same even- 
lug "Our New Minister" ended Its tbrec 
weeks lit Ibe Great Northern. During the 
greater part of last week the uveulngs were 
cool, ami line for theatregning, and n* a re- 
mili business was more satisfactory than 
during i lie preceding week. The City Council 
liasst-d the amendments to the building or- 
■ llhuuces, us applied to theatres, Hiibstoutlnlly 
■is predUied In last week's Clutkii. and our 
iiiuiiagcrs have turned In the work of ■ pre- 
paring their theatres for the beginning ol 
the new season. 

Illinois Tiikatjir (Will J. Dnvls, mini- 
ngeri. — Ethel Johnsons reniatknlily clever 
work In "The Forbidden Ijind" reaialns tbe 
fi'iiiure of a fairly attractive nnd moderate- 
ly diverting offering. The fourth week be- 
Kins -i. 

iikanii OriibA IIiiiisk (Fred It. Hnuillii, 
luislneH.-i iniiiiiigcr). — Madge Cnrr Cook,. Will 
T. : lodge, Helen Lowell and (he numerous 
other clever folk concerned in "Mrs. W'ggs, 
of Die cnhbugu Fntt'li," continue to delight 
crowded house*. Tlie tiiini week begins 24. 

Powkkh' Thiiatid: (Harry J. l'owerj, man- 
ager). — lllnncbe King, now the sole feature 
of "Vivlun'H Paphs," remains the, magnet 
here The lively and well acted comedy 
starts upon Its eighth week 24, with nothing 
said about the engagement terminating. 

Gabiiick Thratrr (Clins. A. Bird, busi- 
ness manager). — "The Royal Chef," clo.'hed 
in new scenery and costumes, will lie re- 
stored to public view 1*4. Of the company 
which originally presented the piece lit tbe 
l.a Halle, Dave Lewis. Florence Uolbrool; 

and Henry I ' are retained. John Park, 

Sielln Tracey and Helen Dale are the new 
principals. "The Maid anil the Mummy" 
departed for Broadway Saturday night, 23. 
after eight moderately successful weeks In 
the bonne where It wob bom. 

(Jurat NoDtIiriin Tiifatuk (James M. 
Ilrowne, business manager). — "Buster Brown" 
starts upon a return engagement of Indefinite 
duration Hominy afternoon. 24, succeeding 
"Our New Minister," which enjoyed three 
weeks of ever Increasing popularity and. 
iluiincliil kui'i'I'kb. In the current offering 
Master tiiiiirini Is again seen us Buster, 
otliers 111 Die company being: Geo. All, Al. 
l.a Mar, I'Yiiuk ('bristle, Jack Tnylor, James 
Goriuiin, the I'lvo Nossea, Nina Hnndiill, 
.Mamie (loodrlch, Helen Hhcrwisiil, and Mario 
Day. c '-' 

Comrnok Gaiu.enm (Stewart Spalding, 

maungeri. — llrookc and his Chicago 'Marine 

Itiuid crowd llil,s spacious resort to its ca- 

puelly every night In the week and Huudsy 

nfternooii. Thouius Preston Brouke Jr. leads 

one number at every concert and Is fast be- 

, coming u popular favorite. 

lVll VMATTC. Chii'aiio oceiia 1Ioii.sk (Kolil & Castle, 

i-> .- r. nkJdUU we linvo nn knowl- tna'nngers).— Chlcugoans have never wit- 

P. K. D., ChorleMlon.— 1U line no xnowi ^-gj mtM jjjgjjg vuiulovlllc lluin Is 

edge of the present . w Icroobo l "f/' '^M"?; here shown, to .'upBclty business most of iho 

AnllMsan loiter In our core, and we will nu Un)p „„,,, Keyeraf evenings Inst week 

scores were Purucd away on account of the 



iiitaTlfeii 'l*n"Kyck,"'NeiiI«"r51inons, aud tin; 
Midway dancers. , 

AvtkiimatII.— Conditional upon tbe Rljou, 
Academy, Alhambrn and Criterion Theatres 
being in readiness the season will open at 
the KIJou Aug. 7, with "The Convict's Ilnugh- 
ter;" at tbe Allmmbrs, 7, with "On the 
Bridge at Midnight;" ut the Criterion, July 
31. with "On the Bridge at Midnight, and 
at the Academy Hept. 11, with "Across JM 
Pacific." The work of alteration at all four 
theatres is being rushed as fast as possible. 

The Colby I'limlly are playing their 

last weeks In vaudeville, for the present at 
least. Tbey are engaged as a special feature 
with the Fenberg Stock Co., opening for the 

season at Bangor, Me., Aug. 22 , M -„V' 

Anderson Is In town, Bilng his vaudeville 
fences for tbe Grand Opera .House, Indian- 
spoils, and tbe Columbia 
Willis F 



tour Is expected 
i successful. Great MttMt Is 
being manifested In the eminent pianist 

Jack Carkeek Is still at the Melbourne 
Opera House. lie hns put up some gooil 
contests IP tbe Southern capital. 

Very few performers have had a more suc- 
cessful season than nimble .\nt Clifford. On 
bis ilrst appearance he strnck the popular 
fancy, and his popularity Is as marked now 

fte Uessems' marvelous turn still excllei 
the greatest attention at the Tlvoll. ■ 
The vivacious little American comedienne, 



May Moore* Duprei, is at present delighting 
istrons of Hlckard's Adelaide Tlvoll. 
Comedian Bwward Laurl Is due li 



rs'lpt of 10 cents. 

Oor Terms aire Cash. 

TBB CL1PPBB Is Issued every Wedowoa* 
mornlUg. Tba last four (advertising) pages 
GO TO PKESB on Saturday at 11 a. m., and 
the other pages on MONDAY and TUESDAY, 
The aToraaa Closing Promptly, To«- 
Uny, Mt 10 o'clock A. M. 

Tlease remit by express, money order, check, 
p, 0. order or registered letter. All caah en- 
closed with letter Is at the risk of sender. 

Addres* All Communications !• 
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Reulttered Cable Aidrcm, "Autuobitt." 

Trie WESTERN BUREAU 

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Asbinii'd Block, Chicago, Walter K, Hill, 
manager and corrcsiiondent, where adver- 
tisements and subscriptions are received at 
our regular rates. 

THE LONDON BUREAU 

Located at 48 Cra'nbourne fit., London, W. C, 
J; pi Coiighian, manager and correspoident, 
Where advertisements and subscriptions ate 
received at our regular rates. 

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BAt.B and bktail, at our agents, Brentano's 
news depot, 87 Avenue da I'Opera, Parli, 
France; M. Llllenthal, Frederick Btrtsse 
101 (Terminus Hotel), Berlin, N. W., Ger- 
many ; Diamond News Co., 97 Prado, Ha- 
vana; Manila Book and Stationery Co., 128 
Eicolta, Manila, V. I.; Albert A Boa, 187- 
180 King St., Sydney, Australia. 

THH NEW YOIIK CLIPPBR pnltllakea 
only quo edition, avail tkatt la anted 
from fe w Tfork. . 

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ALt, IN QIIKBT OIT HUCJI B110ULO WBITIt J» 
THOSIJ WHOM THISr HKKK, IN CAUB OK 1 IIS 
CWPPHIt I'D** OFI'ICB. ALL LUTTB1IH WILL. 
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k SOUallT, IIEKKIl TO OUB LIST OK HoUTBH 

on aWhbb i-Aaa. Wb cannot bbnp bouthb 

BY UAIt 0U 'i'BLKIBAPH. 



n polls, and the Columbl . 
Willis F. Jackson will nave the manoge 
meit of 'The Flaming Arrow" for Lincoln 
J. Carter, tbe tour opening at the Olllls. 

KatiHOs City, Aug. 7 K ft Macoy paid 

Ills oiinunl visit to New York last week, leav- 
ing; the National Printing Company to the 
considerate attention of J. D. Barton and 

"Tommy" Hanks Hheeley * \oung* 

"Maloney's Wedding Day" is being organized 
here for a lour of the West, beginning Aug. 

18, at Portage, Wis It. A. Hanks nnd 

Bilwln C. Young will have the management 
of "The Mttle Outcast" Co. (Northern), 
through nn arrnngement they have made with "• »g 
Geo. K. GUI. Air. GUI l» now In St. Louis, «■ * 
where "The l-lltle Outcast" Co., In < " e « 



which Anna Blancke will he featured, opens 



l Ullll-IIIIHA J^WPUt" •«.-- - — —■ -- . 

bourne on July 13. to prepare for the ad- 
vent of the Htepbenson Musical Comedy CO. 
Tbe Pollards ore playing to good business 

Cincinnati In Adelaide. 

d »» 

Ol'B LOJfBGN LETTEH. 

(rnosi oub own corbbspondint). 

Clipper Bureau, 

is Cranbonrne Street, 

Leicester Square, 
London, W. C. 

July lit. 

In conseriuenre of the great success of the 

recent French season nt the Avenue Theatre, 

II. Uuls lllllier hns made arrangements with 

'ellx Klcbe, the Paris I mpres si n g, TC 

etnrn of practically the snuie company 

next Summer. Tbe season, however, will be 

of longer duration, and It IS Intended I 




Co.. was divorced from her husband, fdwnrd 
V. Dunne, in Judge Honore's court Inst week. 

James II. Browne will return to the 

management of the Alhamhrn when It lie- 
gins Its season, retiring then from the man- 
agement of the (Irent Northern, to tie re- 
plnced hv Geo. E. Knymond, who assumes. Ills 

former ■position Anne Sutherland hns 

been rehearsing nt Towers' during the past 
week, to open nt the Dnvidson, Milwaukee, 
SI, In "Mrs. Krsklnc's DevotloYi," a new 
pluy, by .1. Preston Gibson. Ernest Hastings 
and Vincent Hcranno will be In her support, 
stage director Lee 



long-thought-out plnni. .. 
mnnent French theatre In London are well 
on the road to realisation. In fact, should 
n convenient house be found, it Is not un- 
likely that the opening of the London per- 
manent French theatre will take place In tbe 
Autumn. , 

Another new management Is nnnounceil, 
that of Edward H. Kelly and ft M. Hnllnrd. 
The former gentleman Is the husband or that 
fine and deservedly popular nctreSs, Mttn 
Itoiiclcuiilt. who will naturally occupy the po- 
sition of lending lady In the company. Opera- 
tions will be started with nn original three- 



Samuel Forrest Is stage director ...... Lee f mm(H i T hv (j«,rge Fleming, the lady who 

Arthur In writing a new monologue for Lean drnrantlzeil "The Light that Failed." but In 

Itussell Mnrle Stunrt Ij summering .In fu provinces, arrangements having been 

...Alice Kaymond was here last 



list. 



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.J, V. S., Genniiniown, 

iMiib. J. L. 8.,' Pittsburg, and 

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Music Supply Co., 4(1 West Twenty-eighth 
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A. M. J., Hinckley.— Address Shnplro, He- 
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Ing to' the prominence of the teacher, a. we 
never Indulge In comparisons. 

J. I, P.. Brooklyn.— I. Address Henry W. 
Sovuhc. 144 West Fori y-l bird Street, Nuw 
York City. ■ !!. While not always necessary, 

, it Is jHiuieHinrB reuulred, ^.-'i. ... 

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each week. , , . , 

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im protected ill HnRliliM] It Must be copy- 
righted In Hint country nud the United StatcB 
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F. W„ PlilHlmrg.— Address, iinrly In care 
of the Players' Club, New York City. 

J. B„ PI ttHlmrix. — Address Dick * l'lti- 
arrald, DUAiin Street. New York City. 

Mwrf K II.. Cllielnnutl.— The suceeiis of 
the act would depend entirely upon Its 
cU'verncss. It niuat bo e|cvcr Indeed, to suc- 
<*ed, n's there nre numerous nctB of tins kind. 
,\lnke application to a hirnl manager for 
si trial pnrformnricti. , 

Mms 8. D. C„ Richmond.— We nlways pub- 
lish the routes wo receive In Tun WrTM 
from we6k to week, nnd wo cnu only tell 
you to wntch .our columns. 

B. II., Phtenlx.— Conanlt a lawyer. 

A. 8. J., WaHhlngton.— Address George 
I.i'diirer, 1440 lti'oiulivuy, Nuw York City. 

P. St., New York.— Al, S. Dnuton wbb 
killed May 13, 1004. at Ooldsboro, N. ft, 
while making n high dive. 

R. D., Suffolk.— Wo presume It Is the some. 

" nr,J '' CAIID8. 

ft, Pottsvllle. — A plnyer cannot play It 
nliiiie after having pussed the trump. 

,1. S.. lluffnlo.— The ace, king, ipiven, Jack 
and ten of niiy one suit constitute whnt in 
Kometlinea called n "lloyal Flush." Taw 
term, however, llnds nn plnce lu any stundniil 
work upon the gnnif of poker. 

It, K fl.i lliisiklinvcD.— If not cnllwl only 
the o|s>ners. 

R. I... Owen Sound.— It It Is lu n SAMO 
where strnlghts are nllowetl u straight llusli 
Is Isjlter than Amr of a kind of any denom- 
ination. 

BASEBALL. 

P. M. J., Unrtford. — You can nwnlt (lie 
eoimnlltee'B decision If i'on wish, but the 
chuuci's arc the game will go on record as a 
defeat for New I.omloii. 

3. 11. P., Nlnghra Fulls.— The Ilrst game, 
when two are played the snme afternoon, 
hns been derided olhclnlly as tlie one regit- 
Inrlv scheilnied for Hint day, and nil bets 
abide by Its result. 



legal limit of capacity having been 
haunted. Opening Monday afternoon, "'. : 
The Hatches, the Gourley Brothers, Coltun 
nnd Harrow, the Three Breens, Josephine 
Coles, the Three Graces, Stunrt and Flts- 
t.'liiiouH, Mildred Grover an.d lier "plck'i, ' 
Foster and Foster, Glrard and Gardner, the, 
Howard Sisters, Illorksom. and Mums, HrLm 
Itertruiu, the iiiilUu ltcdcuy Troupe, nnd 
Goo. K. Siu.or'H kluodrome. 

ClkvklAnii'h Tiikatiii: (Wm. 8. Cleveland, 
manager). — This week: Pauline Hull, the 
Mlluore Sisters, Chan. Kenna, Hnrrls and 
Wallers, Dick nnd Alice McAvoy, llowers 
and Hull, Anita Cluss, nnd Calialiuii and 
Mark. 

TuoCADltno (Robert Fulton, manager). — 
The Torrid Zone llurlemiuers come with tills 
week's hope of continued cool weather. Jen- 
nie Guichurd remains nn attractive princi- 
pal boy, while Chas. Uurckhurdt, Sultz Moore, 
Frank Damsel nnd Guy Rawson will have 
charge of the comedy Interludes. The olio 
iniuii's Murray and McParland, Cumpbell nnd 
Selkirk, He Mora nud Drucetiii, and Derono 
nnd Mosely. Flue business rules, thn season 
of Summer stock l.nrlesipie having thus far 
proven llnnnclnlly sutisfylng to the manage- 
liient and vastly entertaining to patrons who 
nnd diversion In fourteen shows n week.' 

Ham T. Jack's Thkatiik (Sidney J. Euson, 
mnunger). — The Summer stock compnny con- 
tinues "Dudes and Daisies" for n second 
week, starting 34. Alleen Vincent and Lena 
La Couver head the "beauty show" (which is 
n rod one), and Frank Finney, Chris Lane, 
I'M. Morris, Carl Anderson uuu .Ins. Thump- 
sou have cliargo of the comedy element, 
which predominates "Jopniieski, the first 
part, and "King llnrleycorii," the burlesque. 
Mitchell nnd l/ove, tbe Juggling Mnthleus, 
the Jovial Quartet, the Ariosco llrothers, and 
Hie Keunlson Sisters will provide Die vaude- 
ville Interludes, Fine business rules at nil 
performances — weather permitting. Manager 
Vinson has a splendid company, provides good 
entertainment, and well deserves the finan- 
cial reward which has conic to him through 
the Summer. 

Sank Souci Park (MnJ. Alfred 'Itussell, 
iiiiiunger). — Edward Shnyne'a All Star Vaude- 
ville Co. In Ilils week's predominating feat- 
ure. Numbers will bo furnished by Frederick 
Bros, nud Rums, llawson and June, Warren 
nnd Hlniiehtird, iho llrothers Siilsnelt, and 
Henderson and Boss. Liberal patronage has 
fallen to ihe lot of many alluring conces- 
sions which Hue the grounds, nud n season 
of nbuudnnt prosperity is now In full blast. 

WATi:n Ciii.-tes PABK. (Wm. II. S trickier, 
general manager). — "Shooting tbe Chutes" 
continues to be a popular pastime, throngs 
which tested Ibe capacity of the spacious 
enclosure being In evidence afternoon and 
evening- C. SI. Nolmeyer's vaudeville shows 
nnd tlie numerous loncesstous which llnd 
liliernl patronage ore nltrarttve sub-feat- 
ures In Die ninlii spoil. 

itivr.uviKW Park (Win. M. Johnson, mali- 
nger). — With IIS lllllllllllilo Uf illll'llrtlolls 

"along the Pike," this resort continues nil 
ui.ii-tctlve N|s.t for hosts of out of iloor 
nmusemrnt seolcers. Th? Ilrst Imperial Ma- 
rine Rand of llermnny remnlns thn chief nt- 
ti'iu'tlon, aside from the fun to lie had In 
"doing" Ihe various couceslsons, dancing hi 
the iiininmolb pavilion, nnd euloylng tlie 
cool comfurts of Ibe spacious and shady 
groves which make Rlvervlctt particularly 
nttrnellve. 

Clark Strket Muncim tixiuls M. Hedges, 
manager). — Seekers after things curious und 
Interesting are sure to have their researches 
rewarded by ■ visit here nt fny lime. Be- 
side IH ' curio hall display there Is nn oft-. 
repealed vaudeville bill, and business Is ex- 
cellent. 

Lcinoon Dime Mi'RRUM (Wiu. J. Sweeney, 
mnunger).— In curio nalli'Lall Joro, con- 



Chicago. .. 

week George Evans will slay In vaude- 
ville until after election Martin Beck 

?oes to Son Francisco this week ...... Carle 
lunge's Hand remains the nttracHon nt. the 

lllsiuarek Gardens George Hlllman, 

late of McDonald and Hlllmnn, in vaude- 
ville, has born engaged for Lyman Bros. 

Co The La Salle Theatre management 

expects to take "The Royal Chef" to New 

York F. H. Livingstone, who was stage 

director at the Rush Temple Inrt season., has 
been engaged ns dramatic director at the 

Chicago Conservatory These are busy 

times at. A. Mllo Bennett's Theatrical Ex- 
change in Ihe Ileal Estate Hoard Building. 
Homo of the engagements he hns recently 
made are: The Leliiml Ciiirrtette, wllh "A 
Texas Steer" Co. ; Harry G. Forrest and 
Theresa Miller, with Glbney Stock Co.: 
Harry Harvey and Edith Martlhot, with 
"Moloney's Wedding Day" Co. ; Lewis Wnlu- 
Wright and Lela Vance, wllh "A lloynl 
Slave" Co. ; Olgn Lnrssen, with the Coagrove 
Orchestra and Concert Co.; David Blvcrs, 
for stock, In Hannibal, Mo. ; Raymond- Wlill- 
tnker, Stewart Anderson, William Clifton, 
Edward Hutchinson. Earl Crnddock, Stewurt 
Bsrnnge, Hoy Clement, Charles Tenance and 
Maud Norton, with levering & Gibson's "Re- 
demption" Co., which opens the season It 
Ihe Davidson Theatre, Milwaukee', Herbert 
O'Connor nnd Murle De Beau, William Stun- 
lord and Daniel Flynn, for stork, at Mnrl- 
netto and Menominee : Miss Gordon Priest, 
Addle Lencre, Mrs. Kate Grlflllh, Frederick 
Lelher and others, with "A Broken 
Heart" Co.*. Adelaide Rockburn, with 
Hie Chase-Lister Co. ; Alice Washburn, 
with "Our New Minister" Co. : Marlon 
Hyde, with "The Stain of Guilt" Co. ; 
Catharine Countess, Sedley Brown and Car- 
rie Clarke Ward, with the Grund Opera 
I louse stock Co., New Orleans ; Herbert E. 
Sears, Laurence Wlillams nnd others, with 
''A Texas Steer" Co. ; Horace Beldon, Louett 
Babcock, John Howe, Harry Fahrney and 
others, with Macauley and Put ton coiu- 

Baoles: Lilllnn Daveu, Jud Williams, W. 
I. Frederick, with Lincoln J. Carter; Minion 
Archer and Lewis Deen, In stock, nt Mont- 
gomery, Ala. ; Eugene Kaluffer, Edith De 
ValmtiKcdii, Madeline Wtnthrop, and fn.l 



made for nn eight weeks' tour, commencing 
nt the Shakespeare, Liverpool, Aug. 8. In 
addition to SIlss Houelcoult. ft Aubrey Smith, 
E. H. Kelly, and ft M. Itallnrrt will have 
pnrts, but the casting of tbe piece is not yet 
complete. Manchester, Newcastle, Leeds, 
Dublin, Belfast, and Glasgow are among the 
towns to be visited, and It Is hoped that a 
WeBt End house may then be secured. Lon- 
don playgoers trUBt that Miss Roitclruult has 
a good play and a good part In which to wel- 
come her again. ' . 
"The Master of the Klng'n Company' Is 
the title of the new drama of tbe Charles 11 
period, chosen by Lewis Waller to follow In 
course of time r 'Mlss Elizabeth's Prisoner," 
nt the Imperial. 

Forbes Robertson's season at the Duke of 
York's came to nn end Inst night. In Sep- 
tember he starts a provincial tour that will 
Ir.st about leu weeks, and then he goes to 
America again. There Is n probability of 
his producing u new play during this pro- 
vincial tour, but nothing Is certain yet 
about if: 

As 1 announced some weeks ago, Messrs. 
Harrison & Maude are to occupy tbe New 
Thnntre during Charles Wyndbnia's absence 
tills Autumn in the United States, nnd while 
i ell a In more or less necessary alterations 
und decorations are being effected at the 
Itaviiiarkei. Mr. Maude's appearance at the 
New will lie in a new study of river side 
life, by W. W. Jacobs, wherein he will rep- 
resent, a bnrgc mosler, who is tbe central 
llgure of the characteristic comedy, which 
Bight be culled "Wnpplng Old Stairs." In 
this connection It Is very pleasaut to be 
able to note that Mrs. .Maude's recovery 
from her recent serious Illness goes on. 
steadily, and that nothing could be more 
encouraging than tbe reports of her health 
rrcelvenf from her seashore cottage, where 
she Is rapidly regaining strength and spirits. 
"Saturday to Moudoy" reached Its one 
hundredth nnd final performance on Friday. 
E. S. Wlllnrd will open the New Kings 
Theatre, Glusgow, Monday, Sept. 12. "The 
Cardinal'' will continue to form the main- 
stay of Mr. Wlllard's repertory durlug his 
Autumn tour, 



The. Harmony Four are, I hear, creating 
it furor at Mr. Ilni-rusford's Purls house, tlie 
Alnnmbra. They have my sincurest con- 
gratulattons. ■ , , 

Speaking of fours, I am reminded that the 
Manhattans are again In town. They were 
injiinctcd last week In Newcastle, where they 
wero billed to play for Mr. Barrasford, but 
an Mr. Moss has contracts with them aud 
apparently values their services, he moved 
the courts to restrain them from plavlng 
at any house but his own. They have bad 
a similar experience Ijo London tbla week 
They were to" nlajr the Middlesex, but Sir, 
Stoll compels them to retain their fresh' 
nets until they nre due to open at his new Co- 
losseum. This barring business Is getting 
lo he a serious matter to performers who 
desire to keep working fifty-two weeks a 
year. 1 wonder would It not be possible to 
avoid It by each net having at least two 
distinct routines of matter. 

Hume, Itoss and Lewis nre playing Die 
Empire, Shepherd's Hush, this week, Thev 
have a very amusing act, which Includes 
sum excellent eccentric dancing by one o( 
the team, and a trombone solo by n lady. 
The Kings are also on this bill and earn 
(rent applause for their fine singing. 

The Empire Palace, Blnulgham, Is tills 
week being visited by Howard nnd St. Clair, 
Pnnteer Brothers, Rachel Lowe, Lalla s.-|. 
hlnl, ahd Wilson HalletL 

Appearing nt the latest Stoll house, the 
Ardwlek Empire, Manchester, are: Donald- 
son Bros, and Ardoll, Seeley und West, Hart 
and Leu, and Belle Davis. Next Monday is 
the opening date, and the above may be re- 
lied upon to make the first week n big success. 

At Hackney Empire, next week, are : Kelly 
and Gillette, Conway and Lelnnd. Juno Sal- 
mo, May Henderson, Cliff Itylanu, the Her- 
ald Comedy Four, and Jlmson's Cirque, seven 
acts out of a total of ten. Later on we mm 
expect to llnd the bills consisting entirely of 
American artistes. 

W. C. Fields still continues his great suc- 
cess over the Moss tour, lie' Is top liner at. 
the Empire Palace, Leeds, next week. 

The Hooper.-, are making n big hit this 
week at Bradford Empire. Carl Hertz, the 
Jackson Family, and the American Comedy 
Four are also going splendidly here. 

Frank and Jen Latona Journey to Swansea 
next week, to fulfill an engagement at the 
Empire. 

Kelly and Ashhy are playing a successful 
provincial tour Just now. On Monday night 
they open nt the Alhamhra, Brighton, being 
billed in large type. 

Fioiiid and Ruge nre topping the bill at 
thn Tlvoll. Harrow-In •Fiirncss, where thev 
are a big attraction. 

Polk und Kolllns are adding to their repu- 
tation In Glasgow Ibis week, at. the Hippo- 
drome. Ednn Mastln Is on the same bill, and 
Is going very good. 

The Young American Quintette nre fea- 
tured at the Hippodrome, Norwich, and from 
ell accounts are making a big success there. 

At the Empire, Newcastle on Tync, the 
Kaufmans nre creating a seusatlou with 
their clever trick 'cycling act. Lee and 
Bentley ere also making a success at this 
house. 

Heba Kniifmnnii, of New Y'ork, novelty tne 
dancer, Is making quite a hit In "The Prince 
of Pilsen," at the Shaftesbury Theatre. 

Mnrba and Verity, writing from Souili 
Africa, wish to be remembered to nil friends. 

, 1 » 
KI.AW & HKLANGUIl'S ANNOUNCE- 
MENTS. 



"Ben Hur" will begin its sixth season Mon- 
day evening, Sept. 5, in Milwaukee. Two 
weeks In ludlunapolls, and oue week In Co- 
lumbus, ()., will follow. 

Kiuw & Erlanger have made another ten 
strike In London In securing the American 
rights to "Sergeant Brue," the musical farce 
that has inuue such a big success at the 
Strand Theatre. It will be seen lu New York 
the coming season. Owen Hall Is the In- 
ventor of the fun, and Mme. Liza Lehraann 
Is the composer of the score. The central 
character, Hergeunt Brue, is a London police- 
man, who lias been 'left a fortune by n scape- 
grace brother, provided the sergeant remains 
on tbe force till he Is promoted to be nn In- 
spector. Thn sergeant's endcuvor to be pro- 
moted, through the arrest of accommodating 
burglars, leans hlnl Into a series of comic 
complications, ■ 

A. M. Palmer's nil star cast revival of 
"The Two Orphans" will begin Kb tour nt 
the Colonial Theatre, Boston, early In Sep- 
tember. Au extended route. Including the 
principal cities, bus been hooked for It. 
Grace George and Sarah Truax will play the 
title roles, Louise and Henriette. James 
O'Neill will play the Chevalier ; Louis James, 
Jacques ; J. E, Dodw.n, Pierre ; Clara Mor- 
ris, Sister Genevieve; Elltu Proctor Otis, 
"•'rocbard ;_Mrs. W. J. Le Moyne, the Coun- 



Edwnrd Compton wants a theatre In town 
w» JB VJH In which to produce a play beurlng tbe title; teas, and Bllou Fei-aandez, Marianne. Oilier 
Rapid" •'waiter Uw™, N'Sram %&*$& ^o-Morrov.-^ This piece first saw light nt members of the cast "..re : 'Jameson Lee Fln- 
Maocl Van Uurcn. with "Out of the Fold" 



Paisley some months ago. UC y, William BeaCh, Thomas Maigbun, liar 

aKm Cnpus. the author of "La Bourse old Howard. Harrison Fowler, Edwin Cald- 

t^ '«.L' EL n«i, \, li™, S on In Vie." w II come to Undon early In the we ||, Lucy Mllllken, Marts Stuart, aud 

Jack Mnlre, Theresa, Dale, . for Human Autumn for the purpose of visiting the prln- Justlue Cutting. The great seenlc cnulo- 

clpnl theatres. ^_ ment utilized at tlie New Amsterdam Tlien- 

The two hundredth performance of "The tre will he used en tour. 

Duke of Klilicrankle," ut tho Criterion Tbe- Tills llrm will oIbo present Uie InBt Lon- 

atre, took place on Wednesday, July 13. don Drury Lone spectacular success, 

A new Iheairlcal enterprise of some pith "Humpty-Dumpty," at the New Amsterdam 

and moment Is Die Otho Ktunrt-Osrnr Ascho ' 



Theresa Dale, for "Human 
Hearts" Co.': Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce, 

for "My Wlfe'B Family" Co Greetings 

come all the wav from London from An'. 
Holt and O. G. Seymour, American vaude- 
ville folk who are "doing the halls" suc- 
cessfully. 



OH II AUSTRALIAN LETTER. 



(FIIOH OUB OWN CORBBBPONDINT). 

Svi.nf.y. June 'SI, 
Walter Snnford has arrived In Sydney to 
make Ihinl nrriiiigenienls for his AnstraUun 
campaign, which is announced to commence 
nt the Lyceum Theatre ou Saturday, July 
it. The actor-manager hns spent the last 
fifteen years In New York, where he hns 
lieeu closely Identified with the production 
of great Drury Lane dramas, besides having 
a large number of the American written 
works entrusted to his rare for presentation 
to the public. 

Tbe Beerbobin Tree Co, season has con- 
cluded In Sydney. Messrs. Mnyncll & Vnrnn 
have now taken over the romlilnntlon from 
Messrs. J. C. Williamson and Tree, and will 
open In Brisbane tonight (Juno 27). 

"The .Marriage of Kitty," after a five 
weeks' run nt tbe Criterion, has concluded. 
nnd on Hnlurday night Hubert II navies' 
new piny, "Cousin Kate," was produced. 

llalgli Jackson, a new baritone from tho 
Carl Koro Opera Co., will appear as Geoffrey 
Cballoner, In "A Country Girl." nt Her Ma- 
jesty's tonight, nud Maud Chetwynd will 
be seen as Mme. Sophie. 

"Cousin Kate" was preceded at the Crit- 
erion, oh. Saturday night, by "Madame But- 
terfly," In which Rose Musgrove appeared ns 
tbe Japanese heroine. 

Mr. Snnford's Initial production In Syd- 
ney will be "Tlie Power of Gold." 

"Mishaps of Mr. Dooiey," with Tom Nnwn 
na Timothy Dooiey, has caught on at the 
Palace. Tho piece is a screamingly funny 
three-art American comedy. 

George Stepheiisou's new musical comedy 
company continues to do excellent business 
nt the Lyceum, where "Tlie Rose of the 
Riviera" Is III the zculili of Its bloom. The 
new songs, especially "Egypt," have caught 
on Immensely. 

The American Travesty Co., brought out 
by Harry James, and comprising thirty-eight 
people, will open nt. the Palace In the mlddlo 
of next month. They will present the bur- 
lesque, "Fiddle-Dee-Dee." The cast will In- 
clude : Kolb and Dill, German comedians ; 
Pnrhev Bernard. Hebrew Impersonator: Win- 
Held lll.ike, comedian and baritone: Maud 
Amber, niexxo prima donna and comedienne : 
Lily Sutherland, souhrette and dancer; Ben 
Hassan, animal man and acrobat.. Richard 
(loodnll will he staqe manager. 
The second prodtictlon In Sydney of the 



Royal Comic Opera Co. will be the musical shortly 



reason to lie given nt the Adelphl, "The Earl 
and the Girl" going on to the Lyric. About 
the middle of September Is now said to be 
fixed for tlie inauguration of the new Adelphl 
management with .1. II. Pagan's pluy, "The 
Prayer of (he Sword." A due company of 
old Bensonlans will mippart Mr. Asche nnd 
his charming wife, Lily Brttyton. 

Herbert Campbell, the famous comedian, 
who Is lying seriously 111 at his home In 
North London, has hud a paralytic seizure. 

Nothing has yet been settled regarding the 
appointment of a manager for the Tlvoll. In 
the meantime Albert Gilmer is looking after 
Hint house nnd the Oxford. 

I am requested by the directors of the 
Palace Theatre (Limited) to contradict, on 
their behalf, the report which has, It seems, 
gained currency to Die effect Dint they have 
acquired a site In the Tottenham Court Road 
fur the purpose Of erecting n music hail. 

F. Hal ton McCnlinh hns left the London, 
Sboreiiiich, after a somewhat brief experi- 
ence as acting manager. " 
Henry Lea's act continues to lie tho big 
feature of the Tlvoll's programme. It has 
nude a big popular success, but more than 
• hat It has made what the French call a 
luivrn d'rHtrinr. The papers are enthusiastic 
IA nralie of Mr. Lee's dramatic power, as 
well as of the faithfulness of his Imitations. 
Vulazzl, a Juggler, with a good style and 
many novelties, Is still featured on the Tlvoll 
bill. 

Whistling Tom Browne and T. Nelson 
Downes stlil share between thera the choice 
time on the Empire hill. 

Snm Elton, buck from his wanderings on 
the continent, opens on Monday, at the Em- 
pire. 

Jesse L. Lanky, mnunger of Herrmann, the 
Great, is In Loudon, nnd Is a constant caller 
nt the Bureau. He Is here partly on busi- 
ness and partly as a vacation trip. 

I have rarely known so few American nets 
to be in London as Is the case this week. 
In all hills, even Including the suburbs, there 
nre hardly a dozen American nets working 
the metropolis just now, nor is It that tbey 
are laying off. for very few familiar faces 
nre to be seen In the usual haunts of the 
"Yanks." 

Radford and Valentine are achieving quite 
a success an the Moss tour. 

1 have hnd a cheery letter from Chtng 
Ling Sac this week. He tells me that lie 
has been this .while back in the provinces 
starring with his own show and incidentally 
adding in his collect lor of Ills Majesty s 
pictures (on gold). He comes to town 



Theatre, In New" York, early In the season. 
They have already Imported all the scenery, 
costumes nnd electrical aad mechanical ef- 
fects used nt the Drury Laoe, and have a 
large corps of stagh carpenters, artists and 
customers at work preparing the production 
for tbe American stage. John J. McNally 
will write an entirely new book, and Fred- 
crick Solomon will provide an original score. 
George Conquest, of Hie Drury Lane The- 
atre, iierlnllst aud singe trap performer, lias 
been engaged for the port of the mysterious 
demon, one of the principal roles. 

Josephine Cohan, formerly of the Four 
Cnhnns. will play the leading female role lu 
"The Rogers Brothers In Paris," tbe coming 
season. 

Mux Hoffman, who conducted the orchestra 
with "The Rogers Brothers In London" last 
season, will continue with thin organization 
as conductor and composer of the entire mu- 
sical score of "Tbe Rogers Brothers lu 
Purls." 

Neva Aymar, comedienne, singer and 
dnncer, who attracted not a little attention 
wllh the Rogers Brothers Inst season, will 
play the role of Colin, the principal boy, lu 
"Mol tier Goose," the coming season. 

Joseph Brooks' production of C. T. Dazey s 
new play, "Home Folk/' It's themo taken 
from James Whltromb Riley's poem of the 
same title, will be presented ot tne New York 
Theatre Christmas Day, after two weeks 
at the Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia. 
Denmnn Thompson's revival of "The Old 
Homestead," nt the New York Theatre, Sept. 
fl, will he made on a very elaborate scale, 
with ft scenic mfignllicence never before at- 
tempted In a play of this class. , This revival 
will mark thn beginning ot Mr. Thompsons 
thiri'eiii consecutive season on the stage. 

".Mother Goose" will open Its second sea- 
son nt (he Olympic Theatre, St. Louis, Sept. 
4. The title role will be played by Joseph 
Hawthorne, who made a remarkable success 
InBt season. Other leading principals of the 
big cant are : Hurry Kelly, William Marort, 
Clifton Crawford. Leila mclntyru, Neva Ay- 
mar, Edith St. Clall', Edith Ilutchlna, Allan 
Ramsay, Walter Stanton, nnd Seymour nnd 
Dawe. Tbe entire organisation will number 
nearly four bundled people. 

The Rogers Brothers will begin their 
seventh season under the direction of Klaw 
A Erlanger, ut the Star Theatre, Buffalo. 
Aug. 2(1. After a week there they will open 
the regular season at the New Amsterdam 
Theatre. New York, Sept. B, They will play 
about four weeks of their New York engage- 
ment nt this theatre, The first or second 
week In October they will dedicate the new 
Liberty Theatre, in which tbey aro Inter* 



DRAMATIC. 



VAUDEVILLE. 



CIRCUS. 




Copyright, 1904, by the Frank Queen Publishing Company (Limited) 



Founded by 
FRANK QUEEN, 1863. 



ISTEW YORK, AUGUST 6, 1904. 



M155 CHpper's 

Anecdotes, Personalities and Comments, 

CONCXBSINQ . 

STAGE FOLK and Sometimes OTHERS 



VOLUME Lll-No, 24. 

Price 10 Can re. 



about a young man whoBe experience with 
hlg physician showed that assurance was not 
wanting In his nature. 

After a thorough examination of the pa- 
tfent's condition, the doctor wrote out a pre- 
scription and banded It to him, saying : 

''Here, young man, — take thta every 
hour." 



the paper, then handed It back to the patient, 
who bad been watching him with deep in- 
terest. 

"Wby, Doctor," said he, "bav'nt you spoiled 
the prescription? You have cut out a lot of 
things." 

"Yes, I know," Bald tbe doctor gravely, 
"but tbe drugs I eliminated were for your 



"When was It that beef reached tbe highest 
point?" 

"When 'the cow jumped over the moon'/' 
was Datas' quick answer. . 

"You're so good concerning dates," ex- 
claimed another In tbe audience, "tell me, 
wby didn't my girl keep ber date with me 
yesterday!" 



BT JOSEPHINE ORO. 
.11 * 1 
•'Money talks," la a familiar quotation used 
by a certain manager wbo baa been unusually 
successful, and who, though he started with 
nothing, has amassed a small fortune at bis 
profession. - He Is a man wbo delights In an 
ostentatious display of bis means, while 
under different conditions be la as quick to 
bide the fact that fortune has smiled upon 
him. 

An amusing instance Illustrating both sides 
of his character was related by an acquaint- 
ance of bis wbo had "gone broke" In tbe 
West, and who hap- 
pened not long ago to 
meet 'him one day on 
Broadway. After greet- 
ings bad been ex- 
changed, tbe moneyed 
manager, Indicating a 
high priced haberdash- 
ery in front of which 
they bad been stand- 
ing, said: 

"Come on in here 
with me, I've got to 
buy a few things." yw ( 

After ostentatiously ' 

giving an order Includ- 
ing several sets, of silk 
underwear, expensive 
hosiery, neckwear, and 
other things to corres- 
pond, he turned to the 
old acquaintance and 
said: 

"Have a necktie on 
me, will you?" The arti- 
cle being duly selected, 
the purse proud mana- 
ger took from his pocket 
a roll of yellow backed 
bills, and stripping from 
It one of high denom- 
ination, threw It care- 
lessly upon the counter 
as If It were so much 
worthless paper. 

This prosperous air 
however, disappeared a 
moment later. As tbe 
two gentlemen emerged 
from the shop, a less 
fortunate professional 
brother In seedy attire, 
accosted the moneyed 
manager and whispered 
a request that evidently 
concerned n loan. 

'Til divide with 
you," said the manager 
reaching far down Into 
a pocket and slowly drawing to view a tiny 
roll which proved to be two one-dollar bills 
"you know how bad business haa been, and 
I've suffered with the others. Here's a dol- 
lar I can let you have." 

Turning to bis friend who was regarding 
him somewhat qalzlcally after tbe other bud 
departed, the manager laughingly offered this 
explanation. . 

"Money, talks, you know,— the big roll 
would have talked too loud, so I keep a small 
roll for just such cases." 

9- 

Wllllam I«e lleehan, a popular young Bal- 
timore actor, by his quick thought turned a 
big laugh that bad been directed to him upon 
the person who caused it. 

The Incident happened during a perform- 
ance In which Mary Chadwlck, bis leading 
woman, was dividing honors and popularity 
with him. At the close of the second act, 
after much applause, they were called before 
tbe curtain, when a young man In the front 
row banded Miss Chadwlck a large bouquet of 
roses, then, presumably as a joke, he prof- 
ferred to Mr. Meeban a bunch of soup herbs 
and greens. There was loud laughter among 
the audience as tbe young actor received tbe 
unusual offering and proceeded to pin It upon 
bis coat lapel, with apparently as much ap- 
preciation aa It It had been a rose Instead. 
As soon as the merriment bad partially sub- 
sided, however, Meeban approached the foot- 
lights, and leaning toward the young man 
who bad brought forth the laugh at the act- 
or's expense, he tamed It upon him, saying: 

"tJh, by the way,— how Is your mother 
going to manage without these for your soup 
tonight?" 

9 
Charles C. fioblnson, the author of "The 
Banker's 'Clerk;" tells the following atory 




three relays of six or seven at a time. Aa 
the men bad arrived late and hungry, It took, 
In the words of McKenna, "considerable time 
to Oil the boys up," One of them, at tbe last 
table, noting that tbe landlady looked flurried 
and weary after cooking for and waiting on 
three tables full of hungry men, said sym- 
pathlilngly: 

"A big rush like this, Madam, must keep 
you pretty busy," 

"Oh, that's nothing," alio exclaimed, I'm 
used to this. We bavo all the theatrical com- 
panies stopping here. I had a big compnby of 
twenty 11 vo hero about two weeks ago." 

Aa no tbeatrlcal company of that slss plays 
small places like Sag Harbor, especially In 
Bummer time, the listeners were much myatl' 
fled. . Finally, one of them asked: 

"Can yau remember the name of the 
company, Madam?" 

"Why, yes," she answered readily, "there 
were twenty-five linemen from tbe Telephone 
Company." 

«■» 

AN 1> KIHl MA I- CAM. 



"Thanks, Doctor," said the patient, "what's 
yonr fee?" 

"Two dollars," was tbe anawer. 

"Ahem I" hesitated the young man, 
"couldn't you trust me for the amount till 
Saturday night when I'll get my salary?" 

"Certainly," was tbe genial reply. 

"How much will It cost to get this pre- 
scription filled?" was the next question. 

"Ob, I should say, about two dollars," re- 
plied tbe physician. 

"I havn't the price about me," said the 
yonth, "Bay Doctor, you know who I am, — 
couldn't you lend me tbe two to pay for the 
medicine." 

"Certainly," was tbe reply, "but wait a 
moment, — let me have the prescription." 

After looking It over carefully, the physi- 
cian drew his pen through about three-fourths 
of tbe number of drugs he had written on 



nerve, — I'm now convinced that you don't 
need anything for that." 

9 

"Datas," the young Englishman of phe- 
nominal memory for dates, has made a re- 
markable bit at the New York Theatre roof 
garden entertainment, His rapid and correct 
replies to the scores of questions put to him 
by people In tbe audience are a source of 
amazement to bis listeners. At bis very 
tongue's end be has the date of every Import- 
ant recorded historical event, concerning all 
countries and times. 

Interspersed among replies of a serious 
sort, Datas occasionally causes a laugh by a 
humorons anawer. Tbe other night, apropot 
of tbe present' butchers' strike that occupies 
so much space In tbe papers, and anxiety 
among consumers, a young man put to Datas 
a question concerning, the. price of meat,. 



"Ob," said Datas quickly, "that was a 
promise, not a date." 

* 

Tom McKenna writes of tbe combination 
minstrel company, organized for a Summer 
tour of pleasure, likewise profit,— that tbe 
jolly band of men comprising It are having 
tbelr share of trials during their engagements 
through tbe small towns of Long Island. 

As most of tbe hotels are filled with Sum- 
mer guests,- It la almost an Impossibility to 
get acommodatlons for tbe company. The 
proprietors show no desire to cater to the 
needs of show people, especially as tbe time 
Is for a dsy only. 

At Sag Harbor a boarding place was se- 
cured where the entire company of about 
twenty were to be eared for. Tbe landlady's 
dining room being of small dimensions, she 
arranged that the company should lunch In 



That a certain degree 
of formality Is doslrable 
Is suggested by the fol- 
lowing amusing story of 
a neighborly call : 

"flood evening," snld 
tlio elderly woman, up- 
proaclilng the steps. "I 
Heo you aro enjoying 
tlio fresh air. It's a 
luxury to be able to sit 
outside again, Isn't It?" 
"It Is pleasant," re- 
sponded the woman 
who was sitting on thni 
porch. 

"I don't believe yu\i 
know me. I am Mrs. 
iluxter, your neighbor, 
two doors off. No, 
don't got up. I'll just 
Hit down hero beside 
you. Don't say a word 
now. I have Intended 
to call ever since yau 
moved In, but yau 
know how It ls>. There's 
always something, And 
when I saw you come 
out and sit down I said 
to tny husband, .'I'm 
Just going to run over 
at once. If she thinks 
It Informal I don't 
mind, because I am In- 
formal. I always was.' 
And lio just laughed 
and told me to go ahead. 
He says he thinks; bo 
met your husband some 
years ago. now do you 
like your house? You 
needn't tell me, though, 
for I suppose you've 
hardly got used to It 
yot, and It's so discouraging getting set- 
tled; and then I saw Mrs. Thomas, your 
next door neighbor on the other side, 
a day or two ago, and sjhe tells me that 
you've been having awful trouble getting a 
servant You needn't say anything, I know 
exactly what It Is. I don't know what lbs 
girls are coming to, They don't seem to 
want to work, and they're most of them 
worthless when yon do get one. I've bad 
more — — " 

The other woman bad twice made a move- 
ment aa If to rise, but had been prevented 
by tbe detaining band of the Informal caller. 
Tbla time, however, she got up, 

"If you're wanting to aee Mrs. Gage, 
ma'am, you'll have to call again, for she's 
gone to the tbeayter, and won't be back till 
late," she said, with cold dignity. "I ain't 
Mrs. Gage, myself. I'm the cook." — Til-Diti. 

NOT AW ILLOGICAL CONCLUSION. 

An enterprising clothing merchant bad 
advertised on every board fence la bin 
neighborhood : "Unsurpassed Clothing. Money 
Back Without Argument," This la what re- 
cently occurred : 

"I was here a year ago and bought a suit 
of clothes. They are about worn out." 

"Yes," replied tbe merchant very affably. 

"And now I've com* to get my money 
without argument," . 

"Get your money back?" 

"Yes." 

"Didn't you wear the suit a whole year? 
What do you want your money back for." 

"To get another tuit of clothe:"— X, Y., 
Z.,<n Llpplnoott't Magazine. 
«»♦ 
Convinced. 

"Jones froxe bis ears tbls morning." 
"Howr 

"Looking at the. thermometer to find out 
bow cold It was/V— Detroit Free Preu. • 



534 



THE NEW YOEK CLIPPER. 



August g. 



UMletille and minstrel. 

Mb. and Mm. Al 0. Bbltosd write : "We 
are meeting with success on tbe I'sctflc 
coait. Tbe preaa credit ui with baring one 
of tbe moat original sketches seen out tbla 
way. We will dIbt Beat In December and 
open at Ton/ Pastor's. Our new act, Tbe 
Irlab Politician,' la a winner." 

Bibnb and Wist bare reaamed work after 
two weeks' rest. They were recently at 
Bergen Beach, N. Y. 

M. C. Biu, trick 'cjcllst, reports meet- 
ing with ancceaa with tbe John Roblnaon 
Circus. He baa signed a fort/ weeka' con- 
tract with "A Country Kid* Co., which 
opena at Mount Clemens, Mich., Aug. 15. 

Burnt and Abado, after playing elgbt 
weeka of parka, bare Joined tbe Howard- 
Dorset Co., to 00 their specialties and play 
aoubrette and comedy roles, reapectlrely. 

Waldo Wmrrn reports meeting with big 
success In bla tramp specialty on tbe J. J. 
Vlynn circuit 

Vaidahan ia meeting with success In 
Seattle, Wash. In addition to his imperson- 
al. on. act, he la singing Illustrated songs 
and manages the stage at the Empire Thea- 
tre, that city. 

Mat and Miles are playing the parka 
in and around St. Louis, and taking In the 
fair. They open on ths Crystal and Grau- 
raan circuits In September, and are booked 
up orer tbe Western circuits until April, 
1006. A. 0. May, of tbe team, while play- 
ing Weast's Theatre, Peoria, ill., recently, 
was made a member of the F, 0. Eagles, 
No. 265. 

. Milvilli and Aziixa write: "Our new 
act, 'Jack the Hugger,' met with a pleasing 
reception at Wolf Lake Caalno, Jackson, 
Mich., recently. We recelred twenty-one 
•nawers to our recent ad In Tnr Clifpbb, 
but will take a much needed rest at our 
cottage In Buffalo before resuming work." 

Conwat and Killbbn are engaged as a 
special feature to produce comedy on tbe 
Wilton New England park circuit for alz 
weeks. They state that they are making a 
big success. 

Tan Musical Johnstons, xvlophonlsts, 
hare been engaged by Harry Rlckarda for 
his circuit of Australian theatres for an 
indefinite period, opening In Melbourne on 
July IB. 

Cuba. Mobak and Jimmt Ring hare 
changed their professional names, and will 
be known hereafter aa Ring and Williams. 
- Tax Fanza Bbothbbs opened • special 
engagement at Ourernator'a Theatre, At- 
lantic City, N. J., July 25. 

Jbkomb and Edwabds, norelty equilibrists, 
report meeting with success playing 
dates with their new act. They were last 
week at tbe Crystal Park, Bt Joseph, Mo. 

The Datton Bistbhs are laying off at 
Kansas City, Mo., after a successful tour 
of tbe West- Tbey will open on the Crystal 
circuit In September. 

Ali, Hdntib and Ali will present their 
comedy acrobatic act, wblcb has been suc- 
cessful tbe past season, wltb Pbll Sheridan's 
Big City Sports for coming season. They 
will close with the Jabour Amusement Co., 
In Rochester, N. V., Aug. 0. 

Thb Quin.v Tbio recently closed a twenty- 
two weeka' engagement orer tbe Lubelskl, 
Orauman and Mose Goldsmith circuits. They 
opened at Butte, Mont., at the Family Thea- 
tre, week of July 25, with a return engage- 
ment orer the Lubelskl circuit to follow. 
They are also booked to open on the Ell 
circuit In California, in October. The act 
has met with success In the West 

Andi Roberts writes: "I hare dlssolred 
partnership with Bill Ralston, and am now 
working alone, doing my singing, talking 
and dancing act, and doing well." 

Thb Two Jinabos hare recently closed 
ten weeks with Knight's Circus, and are at 
present playing parks. They played Fountain 
Park, Plana, 0., with Columbus, 0. : Peoria, 
11L ; Chicago, Milwaukee. Oahkoab, Wis., and 
other good work In the Northwest to follow. 
They were at Mrs. Jenaro's borne In German- 
town, 0., for tbe past two weeks, and report 
that they hare been very successful this 
season. 

QBAcrs and Reynolds were last week at 
the Lafayette Theatre, Buffalo, N. Y.. and 
spent the week at the home of their friends, 
Ritchie and Ritchie. 

La Claib and Wbbt, who are on the Crys- 
tal circuit, state tbat tbelr act la a big suc- 
cess. While playing the Crystal Theatre, 
Denver, Colo., week of July 11, tbey wero 

flven sixteen more weeks, which books them 
o the coast. After finishing tbat engagement 
they will play tbe Lang circuit Tbey are 
booked solid well into next year. 

Bdwabd Vinton, baritone vocalist and 
song Illustrator, la In bis eighth week at 
Lake Manawa, Omaha, Neb., where he la 
booked for tbe Summer season, after which 
be will put out bis big motion picture show, 
carrying bis own plant, all special llthos 
and seven first class acta. The company 
will play all the Iowa fairs and the Omaha 
street carnival. 

Bulk Veola returned to this country 
July 23, and will begin rehearsals Aug. 1, 
with Hurtlg A Seaman's Bowery Burlesquera. 
It will be her third season with this firm 
aud her second wltb the Bowery Burlesquers. 

The Lavarnib Bistbrs closed a success- 
ful two weeks' engagement at tbe Berliner 
Gardens, Sheboygan, Wis.. July 24. Man- 
ager Brugord has given them an early re- 
turn engagement 

Ed. Zbbkbth, manager of DobblnB' Thea- 
tre, Schenectady, N. l'., writes : "We aro 
sticking to vaudeville and doing well. This 
Is the sixth week of tbe house and business 
Is on tbe Increase. Cbaa. Janks, musical di- 
rector, is at his post here, ana this Is his 
sixth week. I bare taken tbe management. 
Chas. Travis la stage manager, Wm. vale Is 
treasurer, and Wm, E. Dobbins, proprietor. 
The place Is fast becoming popular." 

Chablib Wilkbns writes : ''Ford and Wil- 
tons hare dlssolred partnership, and I am 
doing my rag time dancing. Including my 
own Imitation of 'Eta Bafa Dill' talk. I am 
working bones w'tb Lew Dockstader's Min- 
strels and hare signed for the coming sea- 
son." 

V-iut.l Whitbbidrb, who, wltb Turner's 
Picks, Is touring Australia under Harry Rlck- 
ard'a management, opened ber season In Syd- 
ney and reports making a tremendous success. 
The two pickaninnies are somewhat of a nov- 
elty there and the work of Miss Whltesldea 
has won the Australians. 

Oestrum Fobtbb reports that she bss 
scored a fresh success and has been re- 
engaged at Le Moulin Rouge, Delmar Gar- 
den, St Louis, In her Danse du Radium. 

Ten Sorakbr Bbothbbs, soft and wooden 
shoe dancers, with Marlon A Pearl's Min- 
strels, Inform us that they are meeting with 
big success. They hare six more weeks on 
the Melville circuit, and will then play 
vaudeville dates. 

Tbb Godkin Tbio, sfter closing a success- 
ful nine weeks' engagement at tbe Metropoli- 
tan Theatre, Tampa. Fla., will open at Per- 
elca'e New Garen Theatre, Memphis, Tenn., 
Aug. 8. 

The La Moines played tbe Temple Thea- 
tre, Detroit, week before last, and were last 
week at Shea'a Garden Theatre, Buffalo. 

Tub Qaspabo Brothers write: "Every- 
thing Is now complete for tbe opening of 
our own company, which Is booked solid for 
forty-two weeks, In tbe best one, three night 
nnd week stands All fireproof scenery will 
be carried. The show will make Its New 
York visit week of Oct. 81. Thirty-two 
styles of special paper are now ready, all 
very original In design. Twenty-three people 
will be with the show." 

Tbb Twin Sisters Da Vbau played Paa- 
tor'a Theatre week of July 25, and report 
making a success. This week tbey are piny. 
Ing their third return engagement at Ernes 
Casino, North Beach, N. Y. 



Habbt Z. Aubtin writes: "I bare Joined 
banda wltb Harry La Mack. We played 
Druid's Pike, Indianapolis, for two weeks, 
beginning July 20, with Madison, Wis., to 
follow. We were the feature at Indian- 
apolis and hare a return date there in Sep- 
tember. We are booked solid until Nor. 18." 

Dotlb and Whabton, who were last week 
st the Crystal, Milwaukee, report meeting 
with gratifying success. They bare Gslea- 
Burg, III.: Michigan City, Ind., and Grand 
Rapids, Mich., to follow. 

Bbyant and Savilli hare been engaged 
for the Bummer season of 1905-1909 by 
Frank Melville, to supply his circuit of 

Krks with a big minstrel ahow, carrying a 
nd and orchestra. 

Steihbbt and Thomas, German comedy 
sketch performers, report grest success with 
their set They are playing at present time 
In parks, but will leave during the latter pert 
of August for the West, to play the Kohl A 
Castle circuit. 

Thb Great Mabinbllab, ring experts, are 
booked up solid until April, 1005. They will 
introduce some new tricks next season. 

Thb Grbat Mahttnne closed with the 
Albert Taylor Stock Co, In Dallas, Tex., 
on July 22, and opened with North Bros.' 
Comedians, No. 1, At Qulncy, III.. July 24. 
His spectacular dances are to be a leading 
rauderllle feature with the company, which 
la booked solid in cities only. 

Adam I and Edwards report that they have 
Jnst finished eight weeks on Jake Wells' cir- 
cuit of Southern parks, after which they 
Joined the Helsman Stock Co., at Montgom- 
ery, Ala. to do their specialty between the 
acts. Week of July 25 tbey topped the bill 
at Glendale Park, Nashville, Tenn. During 
August they will do tbelr specialty with the 
Edsall-Winthrope Stock Co., and will con- 
tinue on the road with this company for 
forty-eight weeka 

Billy Miller writes, under date of July 
22: "I am now on the three L circuit, 
and am doing fine. This Is my eighth week. 
I opened at tbe Lyceum Theatre, San Fran- 
cisco, Cat, July 26." 



Notts bbom Habbt Woodwabd's Vaotb- 
nixs Co.— We hsve been plsylng the State 
of Maine for the past eleven weeks, under 
canvas, to very large business. We nave 
played tbe same section for the past ten 
years. The attraction la well known to the 
people, and we are always sure of a wel- 
come greeting. This season's business baa 
been thus fsr the best ever done hy this 
company. We have a small company, ana 
plsy the fair and small sized towns. In 
fact this 8ummer we hare been working 
many towns tbat did not bare opera houses 
or halls, and a tent show was a decided 
norelty. The natlTea drlre in for miles 
around. The atar feature of this popular 
attraction Is Dollle C Woodwsrd. In her 
electric snd norelty dsnelng. Ths olograph, 
with all of the latest Pictures, Is also a 
rery pleasing feature. Jlmmle Welch. Dutch 
snd Irish eomedlsn, Is well appreciated, and 
the Zellos. Jugglers, acrobats and maglc'ans, 
are decidedly clever: Hsrry Woodward, 
versatile comedian. Is slways a favorite. Tbe 
complete roster of the company Is : Harry 
Woodward. Dollle C. Woodward, Fred and 
Battle Zello. Jamea Caldwell, Will E. Bur- 
rlll, and Bob Caldwell, boss canvasman. We 
have been playing towns off the railroad 
for several weeks, but Thb Clippbb Is al- 
ways a pleasant weekly visitor. 

Della Sheldon bas closed with the La- 
fayette Theatre Summer Stock Co, at Buf- 
falo, N. Y, where she hss been all Summer, 
and where, during the last week of her en- 
gagement she appeared in the leading aou- 
brette role, Daisy Hay, In Harry Montague s 
"Darling Daisy/ In which she acquitted her- 
self creditably. She has algned for the com- 
ing sesson with Ssm Devere's Own Co. 
Among ber souvenirs of Buffalo is a little 
spaniel, which she named "Snow BalL ■ 

Mllb. Alinb writes from Bt Louis: I 
am about to close a season of fifteen con- 
tinuous weeks in the Summer parks, and 
have met with success everywhere. I have 
signed wltb the Great Lafayette for tbe com- 
ing season, and may play a European en- 
gagement In 1906. " 




Eclipse Stock Co. Notes : In spite of all 

the a^mj&mm, '^"J^lS. « 
Oklahoma, and neltbsr mall nor trains, we 
ilnaged^o move by degrees snd got our 
SmaTshare of goocf bwKnesB, Ws played 
Bartlesvllle four days, returning three ' »«"» 
later for the Fourth of Jury teTesjmlflSR, _W> 
were compelled, on acount of the $««• ° B 
Katy Bosil being down, to WW twelve 
dais, showing eleven out of twelve in rue 
rsfn. to big business. The same koslness 
prevailed on onr return to Cleveland, Okla.. 
ind I Tulsa, Ind. Terr. We are now headed 
back Into Arkansas for two weeks, when we 
etart for Texas and the coast Prof , W. B. 
Coffey and wife, who spent part of Marat 
the World's Fair, and who have since been 
st tbelr Summer borne at Spencer Ind.. re- 
join the company at Fort Smith, Ark. Every- 
Qy le well an/ happy. The man In the tan 
shoes walks regularly, and Thb Old Reli- 
able Is as we come as our three meals a Qay. 

— J. Martlno writes : "My big production 
of 'A Struggle for Gold,' the great Western 
Play by the well known actor and author, 
W. B. Patton, will be presented for forty- 
three weeks, commencing Aug. 29, In fc-sst- 
ern snd Central States. Tbe play will be 
staged with everything necessary to make 
It complete In every detail. A splendid cast 
has been engaged and two big European acta 
are also to appear between «ct» secondand 
third. A great variety of apeclal lithograph 
paper will be used to bill the attraction. 
rehearsals start Aug 15." 

— Chas. F. Edwards has returned to ths 
dty, and Is looking sfter the affairs of his 
"Black Crook" Co., which will be a «I>ecta. 
cular extravaganza. Rehearsals will begin 
in New York on Aug. 16. . 

— "The Little Princess," by Mrs. Frances 
Hodgson Burnett which won favor UBt Bee- 
son under tbe management of Cbarlea B. Dil- 
lingham, will be seen again tis coming sea- 
son under the direction of William Wood. 
Mr. Wood Is the business manager of the 
Broadway Theatre, New York, and he has 
completed all arrangements with Mr. Dilling- 
ham for the rights of this play, which will 
open Its sesson at Asbury Park, N. J., Aug. 
22. Tbe title role will be assumed by Leonle 
Dannon, who was a member of the original 
New York east The company to support Miss 
Darmon will be a capable one In every way, 
a number of the original cast being retained. 

— Mr. and Mrs. Starr L. Plxlej (Mamie 
Lincoln) have returned to New York after 
spending the early Summer at Exposition 
Park Conneaut Lake, Pa. 

■M. C. Anderson, tbe Cincinnati mana- 



ger, bas obtained from Henry W. Savage the 
road rights of "King Dodo,' r for the coming 
season. Mr Anderson hss also purchased 



THB LEFFEL TRIO. LWHsWMVI 

This trio of performers present an act which Is at once clerer and pleasing, and the 
success which has crowced their efforts Is well earned. Their work Is excellent, and their 
act la well put on, tbe apparatus being attractive and tbe scenery (they carry three drops 
with the act) appropriate. 



Walter Stock, minstrel, has been engaged 
for the coming season with tbe Christy Bros.' 
Famous Minstrels, as principal comedian and 
stage manager. Mr. Stock is at present with 
Qus Sun's Minstrels. 

Carl Sanderson has signed for the com- 
ing season with Qaspard Bros.' Own Com- 
pany, as a special feature. He will introduce 
some new ideas in his act 

Rooks Imhof, Hugh L. Conn and Su- 
bankb Cobinnb played the Chicago Opera 
House, week of July 18, tbelr last date In 
this country until June, 1007. They reopen 
for their second season wltb Manchester A 
Hills Vanity Fair Co. Aug. 20, and after 
closing wltb tbla company will sail for Eng- 
land, where they are to play an extended 
engagement for the Cadle Bros. 

Notes fbom Fields A Hanson's Min- 
strels. — We will close our Summer sea- 
son at Mlddletown, Ct, week of Aug. 1. 
Harry L. Hanson and wife, and wife's moth- 
er, Mrs. Frank Heatings, will go Immediate- 
ly to Los Angeles, Cat., for a few weeka' 
vacation ; Cunningham and Blaln go to New 
York City, John F. Fields to Belleville, N. 
J.; Geo. Donaldson to Truro, N. 8. ; Bert 
La Rose to Portland, Me. ; Wm. Matthews, 
to Lawrence, Mass. ; John Burns and Joe 
Conway to Boston, and Wllllard Bean to 
Providence, R. I. We have played to crowd- 
ed housea all Bummer. 

Thb Peerless Potters, who opened June 
23 as the leading added attraction with 
Pain's fireworks at Manhattan Beach, hare 
made such a pronounced success that they 
bare been engaged for tbe entire season. 

Richabd A. wild was a Clippeb caller 
July 28. Mr. Wild's appearance was a di- 
rect contradiction of the notice published 
In these columns In a recent Issue announc- 
ing bis death In Buffalo, N. Y. When he 
called at this office be stated that he had 
been rery 111 In that city for sereral weeks, 
and be attributed the report of his death 
to this fact Mr. Wild has entirely re- 
covered bis health, and Is this week ap- 
pearing at Tony Pastor's Theatre, In con- 
junction with Mr. and Mrs. Buckley. 

Berenice Breazealb, violinist after seven 
years as orchestra directress, bas gone Into 
vaudeville. She has Joined hands with Cara 
Klllanl, a vocalist, and tbey are appearing la 
a musical sketch, entitled "The Minstrel and 
the Maid," In which Miss Breaseale assumes 
the role of the minstrel. The act was staged 
by Mattle Keens. 



morldof Players, 

— The following people have been en- 
gaged by Mayer A Grasbelm, for "A Doc- 
tors Crime" Co.: Chas. F. Gotthold, Geo. 
D. Parker. Earle Western, E. A. St Clair, 
John J. Owens, C. P. Ferry, Walter Wahl, 
Herman Fields, Sid Prior, Loratne Dreux, 
Gertrude Buyl, Ann Molles, Jane Tyrell, 
Charles T. Collins, business manager; Leon 
Msyer. manager. 

— The following engagements were made 
by Henry W. Savage last week: Grace Orr 
Myers, for Lutie, In "Peggy from Paris;" 
Nellie V. Nichols, for Chlqulta, In "The But- 
ton of Sulu," and Joseph M. Ratllff, for 
Leopold, In "The Yankee Consul." 

— McEnroe and La Porte have been spend- 
ing the Summer at Southbrldge, Mass. They 
hare algned for the coming season with the 
Irene Myers Co., for comedy and soubrettea, 
respectively, and to Introduce their various 
singing and dancing specialties. 

— " 'Wsy Out West," a military drama, 
with scenes laid In tbe Indian Territory, 
w'lt be produced In Faribault Minn., Aug. 
29, under the management of Mort Sanford. 
The play Is from tbe pen of Ferdinand Gra- 
ham, and will be used as a reblcle to feature 
Grace Hull, who Is spending the Summer 
with her mother at Minneapolis, Minn. Mort 
Sanford has engaged Jamea E. Sprott as 
press representative and business manager 
for the tour. 

— Tbe English rights of "The Snow Man," 
tbe popular comedietta, which is being pre- 
sented by John W. Mitchell and Grace Her- 
ri: t, at Proctor's Owenty-thlrd Street The- 
atre this week, have been sold by the au- 
thoress, Mrs. Fanny Locke MacKensle, of 
Chicago, to Douglas Caroler, formerly with 
William Collier, In "On the Quiet" Mr. Carn- 
ley Intends to present this little play through- 
out Great Britain with his wife. 

— M. W. Bale, after a six weeks' engage- 
ment through the East, bss been engaged by 
Forrester A Mlttcnthal for next season, to 
support Florence Bindley. 

— Henry Alexander, now playing the char- 
acters and old men with the Psxtang stock 
at Uarrlaburg, Pa, will close wltb that or- 

8 animation Aug. 6, and open with tbe Bow- 
oln Square Theatre Stock, Boston, Aug. 15. 

— Henkln and Henkln hare assumed con- 
trol of the Opera House at Elk Point, 8. D. 



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from Mr. Savage the original scenery, pro- 
perties snd costumes, and will begin the road 
tour at Atlantic City on Sept S. David 
Traltel haa been engaged to direct tbe tour. 

— Corlnne Bunkel, formerly of the Breton- 
Runkel Trio, will bead her own company the 
coming season. The company will be known 
as the Corlnne Bunkel Stock Co. 

— Notes frow Rowland A Clifford's Enter- 
prises: With one or two exceptions all the 
casts for tbe various companies controlled 
by this Arm hare been filled, and rehearsals 
will shortly commence. Gus Neavllle, of 
tbe original cast In "Over Niagara Falls," 
will again be with the company to assume 
charge of the stage and play the character 
of Starlight the Indian. John Barrett has 
been retained to manage the Western "Orer 
Niagara Falls" Co., Frank Healy going in 
advance. Elmer W. Griffith goes in ad- 
vance of the Eastern company, with Ed. W. 
Rowland handling the show back. Mr. 
Rowland bas been elected president of the 
National Theatrical Protective Association, 
with headquarters at Chicago, and an elab- 
orate social was held last week, numerous 
vaudeville performers from tbe various the- 
atres participating. The working models 
for the new play, "The Downward Path," 
bare been received, and come up to expecta- 
tions In every particular. 

— J. W. West, general agent of the Eclipse 
Stock Co., writes : "While In Bartlesvllle, Ind. 
Ter., tbe first time, I was voted and ballotted 
on, and on July 1— our return there — I was 
Initiated into the fraternal order of Eagles, 
Aerie 610. Bartlesvllle, Ind. Ter., after which 
a banquet waa given in my honor. I was 
tbe first theatrical man to Join Aerie No. 640. 
which has one hundred and eighty-seven 
members, and it only nine months old." 

— Addle Knapp la spending her vacation 
with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Parker, at their 
home in Worcester, Mass. 

— Jed Carlton, who has managed "Was 
She to Blame?" Co. tbe past two seasons, 
bos purchased the right for the coming sea- 
son from tbe author, J. G. Stuttz, for North 
and South Dakota, Kansas, lows, Nebraska, 
Wisconsin, and the northern part of Mis- 
souri. Abben Welch and wife (Olive Spen- 
cer) have signed with Mr. Statu' Southern 
Co. for the coming season, and Raymond 
Leary will be advance business manager. Mr. 
and Mrs Stutts are enjoying the sea breeze 
at Galveston, Tex. 

— J. Norman De Vaul has been HI since 
May 28, and waa compelled to cancel his 
engagement for the rest of the Summer. He 
is now about again, and has signed with 
Wight A Kulp's Stock Co. tor the coming 
season. 

— The following people have been en- 
gaged by Mayer A Grashelm, for "Her Mad 
Marriage" Co. : Brlnalev Shaw, Rowland G. 
Edwards, Wlllard Lee Hall, Leon Mayo. Le 
Roy E. Sumner, Arthur Sullivan, William 
Nelllgan, Lester Tingle, Dan Brennan, Mu- 
riel Starr, Elyslan Holmes, Mary MacDon- 
ald, Ida Lawrence, Will C. Elmeudorf, busi- 
ness manager : Joseph Grasbelm, manager. 

— Eleanor Bobaon sailed for Europe last 
week. She will appear In "Merely Mary 
Ann" at the Duke of York's Theatre, In 
London, early In September. 

— Robert Goodman haa been engaged by 
M. B. Raymond to play Llent Denton, In 
"Arliona," for the coming season. Mr. 
Goodman Is spending the Summer at Cape 
Elizabeth, near Portland. Me., and will re- 
turn to New York for rehearsals early in 
August. 

— Ezra Kendall, In his new play, 
"Weatherbeaten Benson," will be supported 
by the following plavers : William A. Hack- 
ett, Harry Hanlon, Thurlow Bergen, Joseph 
Slayter, Lottie Linthlcum. Ethel Brandon, 
Edith Taliaferro, Zelie Davenport, Laura 
Almosnlno, and Lucille La Verne. 

— Harry Alnley, Maud Adams' leading 
man of the past season, and Suzanne Shel- 
don sailed last week to Join Charles Froh- 
man's Duke of York's Theatre Co., London, 
Eng. 

— Will H. 8tarkey and 'Roland Hill are 
spending the Summer sketching In the moun- 
tains of Western Pennsylvania. 

— The Du Berg Comedy Co. (W. C. Con- 
nors, manager} will close its Summer season 
of twenty weeks at 8tonlugton, Me, July SO. 
The season Is reported as having been very 
successful, . and the company gave excellent 
satisfaction everywhere. The territory cov- 
ered was Maine and tbe Canadian provinces. 
All the members of the company have se- 
cured good engagements for the coming regu- 
lar season. 

— Bob and Ona Demo rest write: "For the 
past twelve weeks we hare been taking a 
much needed rest at our Summer home at 
Starke, Fla., where we recently purchased a 
beautiful home and forty acres of strawberry 
land. The doors are always open to the 

Srofeaslon. We rejoin Hard, the magician, 
ept 1, doing oar musical act under the 
management of the new Dixie Lyceum Bu- 
reau.- Blooch Is still a succesa" 

— Chas. Helston closed with the Chas. T. 
Kales Co, to go to Cape May, N. J., and 
manage the Iroa Pier there. People there 
laat week were : The Great Ackers, Georgia 
Huntington, Kelly and Molr, Helston, Baby 
Menerrla, John Devoy, Capital City Trio, 
and the ritagraph. Business la reported u 
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Albany Theatre. 

PROCTOR'S STOCK 00. 

P reienting Best Plays. 
WANTED. BEST ACTS IN 

VAUDEVILLE. 

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INSTRUCTIONS TO ARTISTS BOOKED: ,■«■. 

plots of acta; complete "prop" Hits; if can 
open and close In one ; EXACT time of acts, 
and of "close In;" billing for newspapers 
•nd programmes ; and CLEAN PHOTO- 
GRAPHS for LOBBIES TWO WEEK 8 In 
ADVANCE OP OPENING DATE AT EACH 
HOUSE, addressing- RESIDENT MANAGER. 
FAILURE TO COMPLY with these IN- 
STRUCT10N8 WILL SUBJECT ARTISTS 
to tbe BISK OP CANCELLATION. VAUDE- 
VILLE REHEARSALS MONDAYS, » A U., 
SHARP. 

Playwrights, Authors and Play Agents, 
Vaudeville Artists and Players, address 

J. AUSTIN FYNES, General Manager, 

FIFTH AVE. THEATRE, N. T. C ITY. 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 



THE 



New Prospect Theatre, 

CLEVELAND, Ohio, 

Has been added to the Keith Circuit, and 

will hereafter be knew n as the 

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AMD OPEMBD BARLT Dl 8E PTEIBXR. 

For time at this lionse. In conjunction with the 
balance of the Keith Circuit, address all corutnu- 
nlcailona to 8. K. HOOD BON, 

Keith's Union Square Theatre, or 
VAUDEVILLE MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION, 
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Vaudeville Talent. 

Continuous Performance, Female Singers and 
Dancers, for Street Fair and Band Tournament, to 
tie held sept. 18, 14 and 16. Address, at oooe, 

STREBT FAIR, RlTcrton, Nebraska. 



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strong B-ttat cornet ami l» capable of leading baud and orchestra. I feature an Al B. .1 ().' Real actors 
who can double good euphonium, alto, slide trombone or alto saxophone In hand, and do reflneM up 
to date specialties. German comeillsu, eccentric Tramp, French dialect, hear j and bell hoy.' Also 
good looking Sotibrette. Comedy Lady and Walking Luily (French illalecl). All must dn sirong ips- 
clslties. flood wardrobe on and off the stage li ssMcntlal. Thlslaa Hotel Show, sud you pay your 
own expenses, an I pay rallrotd (are only, after the show opens. A long engagement ami your mon«-y 
■awaavaff Monday. State your VERT LOWEST salary, for this la camimlgu year. Only Orstclnsa 
people who mean business and Inteud to stay with us need write, so do not misrepresent, but tell Just 
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NOTICE-MANACERS and ACENT8. 

r: THE DORRIS OPERA HOUSE, 22 

All contracts must be sent to me for approval. Plenty of open time. Only house 
playing FIKST CLASS ATTRACTIONS. Du not book Repertoire or cheap companies. 
Population, 20.000. Seating capacity, uuo. HoiiHe under new mtnsgement. Modern 
Improvemens, Ore ordinances compiled with, tloud connections North and South. Com- 
panies lose no time. CI1AH. h\ HKHOKIt, Manager, It. !■'■ ft. No. 1, Phoenll, Aril. 



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and Dance Artist, IN LOUISIANA. 

BABY BEATRICE. HIS MOTHER'S SIN. 

Tall Juvenile Leading Nan; one who on direct plsya; Character 



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lowest salary. Pay own. Season opens Aug. as. Rehearsals one week earlier. 

DILOER A CORNELL, Adclresa Aug. l-n, Olean, N. Y,; Aug, i-lo.Biiietliport, Pa. 



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Bureali of , The Clhteb, and reported favor 

Uncle 



rogrei 



OIIl CHICAGO LKTTKU. 

(nou qua m coMB gposMNT). 

, Western BarefcU, ., 
°? _*•>* !*?* **«*; CIlMMW,., ' r ora 8outb Bend, Ind., en roiYe for Mem 



able progress for the opening of "Unc)< 
Tom's Cabin" at Peru, Aug. 18, bigger, bet- 
ter sad stroncer than ever before. . . . . .John 

A West watf In town Saturday, coming lu Clipper Barea 



01' It LONDON LETTER. 



(FROM ODB OWN COBBIBPONDCNI). 



noom UK!, Aahland Block, chlcasro. pbls, Tenn.; where he opens a park date for 
The current day's find matters thentrleal Col. Hopkins Sunday, 31 Merrick Her- 
at lo>» *hb, there being no change In offerings "haw, who has for the pant two years been 
at )iny of. the theatres now open. Next Hun- '" the employ of Iir. James Cunningham, 



A marriage has been arranged and win 
take piatfe .at', the .-.end of. the month, be. 
tween Alda Jenoure and Howard Williams 
both of whom were lately members of Charles 
Frohman's ''Billy's tittle 'Love Affair" Co 

The English and American rights of "i ,'. 
Prince Consort," the fantastic comedy, bv 
MM. Xanrof and Chancel, lately produroll 
In l'arls, have been acquired by Ivan Caryll 



48 Cranbonrtir Street, 

Leicester Square, 
London, W. C. 
" JOI.t 23. 

We liear a lot of "The American Invasion It Is probable that Mr. Caryll will produce 



day, however, two or three of our Donular touring Chicago and vicinity, died In this of Europe" nowadays, but we rftrely bear of a version of the piece with music from bis 
_..•..„.. .......... „.._ f uly 27, a ged thirty-two years. L He the' English Invasion of America. I was own pen, In London, next Spring. 

George Edwordes Is holiday-making at 



priced bonnes hope to be In readiness to bo- city 



Advertisements set with border, 10 per l'ipns£ at Powers 
cent, extra. 

SUBSCRIPTION, 
Otic year In advance, *4 ; six months, 
three nibhths, XI. Foreign postage extra, cadero and' Ham T 
single copies will be sent, postpaid, on re- 
ceipt of 10 cents. 

Oiir Term* are Cash. 
THB CLII'l'HIt Is Issued every Wednesday 



Carlsbad, and It not expected home until 



gin tlielr season, and on Monday, Aug. 8, the wa » hurled In Calvary Cemetery Friday about to write that It was coming, but It 

Mturtehnker Theatre will start upon lis sea- afternoon, "D-jc" Cunningham assuming full wotyld.be nearer the truth to say that It has ijii™-, «»» ■» «•• <wu« uww unti 

son with 'The Yankee Consul." Continued charge of all details of the funeral, and the been going on for several years. Next sea- the middle of August. When Be returns he 

offerings for tlie current days me : "The For- c*t»nses attached thereto B. L. Cresor son It win reach Its height. The Htage has will commence preparations for the production 

' nt the Illinois: "Vivian's writes roe from Peoria, where lie Is speud- a leading article on the matter this week, of a musical version of than. Brookneirt's 

- lays, that "A Gambler's' Dauga- but Its conclusions are not those which I adaptation of Mmel red De Grcsac's comeily, 

he claims as his exclusive prop- should draw— that Is from' the American entitled The Third Moon. The music has 



on tour this point of view— but I nm content to plaie been composed by Sydney Jones, and the ne- 

' (Western i Its comment before our readers and let them ceasary lyrics have been supplied by Adrian 

Street Thea- make their own deductions: "That a single Boss. . ,, 

Jack's, Brooke und his tre lo °P«n Its season In* St. Louis Aug. .7. American manager should engage four hun- ,. Mr- P'nero s Letty begins Its provln- 

Chlcago Marine llaDd still continue to crowd ''"fed B. Ilamlln has engaged Wai. drW English actors for the coming season clnl tour, with H. B. Irving and Irene Van- 

the Coliseum Gardens, and vaudeville holds Archie for "Bird Center." Dan Sher- la worthy of note. The manager is Charles brugh In their original characters, at tho 

forth, as usual, at the Chicago Opera House 9 mn wa » I* 1 Chicago Saturday and Sun- Frohmnn, whose International dealings are, Princess, theatre, Manchester, on Monday, 

and Cleveland's, nay, en route from bis Long /stand farm, of course, on a scale with which none of his Sept, 1J. ,-> ,c ~ ■ . u 

Illinois Tiikatiuc (Will J. Davis, mana- to begin' his vaudeville season at the colleagues compete; but, making every hi- J. N. Mnsxclyne a new theatre In Portlnni 

M Mln l rr^i^'u~fn«rtadverLaina^naBel ?«>•— The llftli week of "The Forbidden Columbia. Theatre, St. Louis, Monday, after- lownncc on, this score, one realise* the fast r° TO_jB. t»» |g» ** ■&i *f!M»> »MV WHI 
!"".'_ " B :...™. 8 "..'. ._._ . n rT"L*!H Land" starts Sunday evening, July 31, with "pen 



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THE WESTERN BUREAU 



ns 



«unun ol, iaiuio, mvuua/ omi- lunwum un nun owiki w,,c icii.io i.»». .mow , _ ," T:" — r , ,Il «-""'. will 

..Jules Levy Jr., at Oak Park, July growing bulk of the American clement In onr be opened in tbe Autumn with a drnmatl< 

Efael Johnson's extreme cleverness the pre- ?^- made his public debut as n cornet soloist theatrical affairs, whether here or In the yerslon of Lyttons novel, "Tho Coming 

dominating feature of an otherwise mildly with the Oak Park Band. Fittingly bis first United/ States. The Doily Telegraphy which Race. , 

engaging performance. selection wsb a composition 1>y his lamented is responsible for the figures we have, men- ' Ernest Abbott, late acting-manager of tba 

(liiANo oi'kha Hours (Kred It. Hamlin, father, and the cordial reception which be tinned, also remarks tbat,Mr. Frobman will Cambridge, will have a complimentary bene- 

business manager). — Madge Carr Cook and feceived po>lends a successful fruition of this season produce In America an unusually fit matinee at the Royal on Tuesday. 

*- *— a «~Z3 -.!,_. ml *m(t Ilia i)nu\rn *r> *«nmml>*«»« mllh ,,i>n,lll tl..-i 1n»nn lllimlim- n t nlnllu In. I, 1 unll.-l. ilramn tltll I HmLi 'Tknln^nn n.hn mn.li l... u it. ■ 



her talented associates continue "Mrs. Wlggs~ his desire to perpetuate, with credit, the lorge number of plays by English dramatists. ' Marie Dalnton. who made her first success 

ot the Cabbage Patch," Into the' fourth of name of Jules Levy In the ranks of finished It. would seem that, -having begun with our on the music hall stage, Is to return to her 

its seven weeks' engagement Sunday night, corncttlsta.' Stella Costa Levy (Mrs.. Jules leading players, Mr. Fronman- and other early love after so long a stay in musical 
' acf the r 



his desjrc to perpetuate, with credit, the large number of plays by English dramatists. 

"piece 'E JA*eZMBHt taw) and her daughter, Louise Levy, a American." managers nre carrying their en- comedy. She fs ad 
bag success. ' "-. talented violinist, together with Master terprlsc beyond the actors to tne authors, bambra, 'and It Is ta be hoped that she wlil 



Buslneas Is tine, and 



soon to reappear at tbe Ai- 



I'oweiih' Tiieatmb (UArry J. Powers, man- Jules Levy Jr., have prepared n vaudeville Mr. Frohman has secured tbe next work give again some of her clever Imitations of 

nuer). — Three weeks more of "Vlvlan'a k c '» Which they will soon present for the not orily of our chief dramatist, A. W. Pi- stage favorites. 

Papas," counting from .Sunday 'night, 31, h r »t time In public. The Levy family live nero. but also of the chief novcllst-pTay- Miss Ella and her performing lions entered 

where Jules Levy died some wrlght, J. M. Barrle. In both cases, troon ah engagement at the Palace on Mon- 



m.i: niigui, .1 . .,,. u.uiiv. ill win "iilo, i,r,iu an 1 us'ifc' in. ill «c lut. X aiace OU J10II 

as fortunately, there will be priority of Eng- day evening. Charles Morton's entertaining 

mi- lish production, but that is simply because bill also Includes Tom Hearn, "tbe laziest 

urn of the magnitude of Mr. !•' tollman's Inter- juggler on earth." 



when the ninth week of the engagement < n Chicago, where Jules Levy died so 
begins, Blanche Bins and her clever* in- months ago, leaving them unprovided for 
r „, soclates are maintaining n etrong hold upon to worldly, chatties, but rich In natural mu 
of Tun 'CLiri-ER Is located at Boom W)2, popular favor. ileal attainments, which they purpose to turn 

As'hlnnd Block, Chicago, Walter K. Hill, gaii-uck Tiikatp.f, (Chns. A. Bird, busl- to best account Callahan and Mack lay ests In this country. It Is no exceptional * LouIb W. Bradfteld started a short eugasc 

iiiiiiuiKor and eorrcspdndent, where aJdver- nesa manager),— r"Tbe Boyul Chef" enters j>ff In Chicago this week, alter two weeks circumstance now for plays to be commls- ment nt the Empire last Monday, when, sun. 

!....!;...„ —.1 — tJZXZuZm. «™ ™™iv»H «t '•Pon the second week 61 Its rcjuveuatiuu m Vaudeville here, preparatory to opening sloned for the States, When such plays ul- (iorted by a chorua of twenty-four, he Intro- 

at this bouse Sunday night. Business dur- at Miinbattan Bench, Denver, Sunday, Aug. tlmately appear here, as they generally .do, duced a burlesque pf "Sammy," entitled 

lug the past Tveek has 'been fine, and Dave H- They Ihen go to Mt. Clemens, Mich., they have American careers — sometimes of "Sally In the Pit," words nnd music bv Paul 

Lewis Is extending bis popularity In newer where Mr. Mack will lie joined by his wife, considerable length — behind them. Our Rubens. He also ' sang "Mr. Mosen'steln •• 

and wider fields. There arc other clever and Mr. Callahan by his mother, the party piny supply Is, as wo now find freely ad- from "The Girl from Bay's." The programme 

people in the show, but Mr. Lewis la the remaining at the Bath City for most jnltted, very narrow, and altogether insiif- wits further strengthened by the appearance 

favorite. . pf August. ' Callnban and Mack nre booked flclent for the London demand, to say no- of Marguerite Cornelllc, in Bongs, Including 

t the "The Little Brown Man of Japan." 

"Touring the Varieties" Is the title of a 
new musical skit, wrltton by 11. Chance New 



llscniciits nnd subscriptions are received at 
our regular rates. r ... .'i! ,.„.,• 

THE LONDON BUREAU 

Located nt 18 Cranboftrne St., London, W. C, 
,1, P. Coughlan, manager and correspondent, 
where advertisements and subscriptions are 
received at our regular rates. 
Tim Ci.ifPBn can nu -obtaikkii, Whoi.s- 

f-AI.H ANII 1IKTAIL, at our ugenlH, Mrentaiin's 



Oiikat NonrniiRN Tkkatbk (James H. solid In Eastern vaudeville houses for thing of the provinces. To glAnbe' at .. 
Ilmwn"',' business manager); — Master ' Ga- the entire season, opening at Tony Pas- season just nt an end is to be painfully re- 
in lei nnd others continue ''Buster Brown" tor's In September AT. W. Filson and minded of the fact New works by Ihe 



Into the second week of a return engagement wife (Lee Errol), and their son. al God- little group of established dramatic authors ton, and composed by Itobcrt Cover which 

"'ed their usual plcnsaui have been few and fur between: fresh names Louise Beaudct has recently copyrighted 



Sunday afternoon. Business baa Tjeen on frcy, bavo not enjoy... 
tbe capacity order moat of the time during vacation 'this Summer. 



.i ..» n* «,.„„,,„ ,i„ I'M,,,,,, t'arln l r' : <-up»«iy oiocr mosi or ine lime uuring viw»nuu ,n 

news depot, .17 Avenue do I Opera, 1 aria, the . na»t week and nothing Is announced been 111 ft 

France; 'M. Llllenthal, Frederick Strasso UB fa the finish of the eUgngcment. recently su 

Ml (Terrftlnus Hotel), Berlin, W. W., Ger- Coliskum GabdKn» (Stewart Spalding, while usln 



Mr. Godfrey has have been heurd only In tbe most tentative The Coliseum will not be opened before 



many; Diamond News Co., 07 Prado, Ha- 
vana ; Manila Book and Stationery Co,, 128 
Esrollii, Manila-,' P.'-I.j Albert 4 Son, 137- 
13|> itliig St., Sidney, Australia. 

Ill K, NEW YORK CLIPPER pnl.Hp.lirs 
only one eilltlon, and that la dated 
from New York. ' 




malinger). — Tho second Summer season of (cssly perm 

Brooke and his Chicago Marine Band la pro- needle, the . 

gresslng finely, large audiences enjoying 'the wpund. The needle ran clear through tho limited drama, It would not be 'out of tlio evening, a novelty" entitled "The Belle of thii> 

conceits every evening and Sunday after- bone of tho finger and broke off, leaving a question for Mr. Frohmnn and other mana- Orient"' ' ' 

noon. long piece of the needle Imbedded In the gem of his powerful resources to, attempt I regret to have to record the death this 

,,CJilCA«> Opera Houbk (Kohl & Castle, bom > , An operation was hurriedly per- Something like a corner In English plays, w'eck of Herbert Campbell, one of England's 

managers) ,—BlockHom nnd Burns nnd Foster J ,^'^' a "' 1 * hu wound Iti i healing Mr. Already onr stage Is feeling the loss that the leading and typical comic singers. 

and Foster mndc notable bits In last week's *S£S* SEPtlS* .weeks_ flshlngj In^Wjs- American engagements of uctors throw upon A friend touring the provinces sends me 

■Willi from Hriulff.rA .' ^Iia 11,....,..,.^ ..,.,. 



(JUEEIE8 ANSWERED. 

No Rcullca !•> Mall or Tclcgrnpli. 

AliniUXSHKH Oft WUKUHAIIUIIt'H nh-i; uivicn. 
Al.l. IN (UUUtT Of BDCII MlllllXlP WRITH TO 

'i iiipsi: whom tiikv bkek, in c'abk oc THE 




....,,,.,, iinguu UIN .l^c 1MVIU llic, (in- ."US 

fling Barretts; Hammond nnd Forrester, the 
'etching Druthers, C'bas. De Lund and. .com- 
pany, Knight Bros, and Sawtelle, Eva Muugc, 
Htnnloy And Wilson, nines and Hemlngton, 



I'll' •■'!. 

(ILIPPEB Kkl Oi-kicm. AM, l.KTTKRH WILL c„| c nni 'Johnson; Marcel's Art Studies, and 
■ ywit .OBLV 1> IM gco. K. Sppor'a.klnodrome. ,. Business Is im- 



lit: AIIVBRTlkKO UN 

III PI ITU 01' ANV TIIKATIlll-AI. lOMI'ANV IB 
NlllKIIIV, ItKFBB TO OUR MOT Of ItUUTHI 
UN ANflTIIKIt I'AOK. Wt! I'ANNOT HKND BUUTBB 
UV MAIL Oil TBL KOBAfll- , , 

. ■> II II A MATH:. 

F. F, Osslunlng.- -Wo have nu 'knowledge 1"H 
of tint present whereabouts uf Hie party. La 
A.iihrsM a Ictler In nur care and we will 
advertlHO It In Tim CLiri'BB letter list. 

E, II,, Rochester, 

(I, s.. New York, 



»P90r-»...klnodi 
('hlcrtgoans showing liberal apprccln 



a permanent 'Mock company... Louise ability, those of the first class arc tempted provincial city I saw them 

llrehnney Is summering In Chicago........ across the Atlantic. Many are the v alts tlieYwero allowed their full tltii ,11 I i,,ii 

m 1 ^?„ c !!.,. ,l .r: 1 ^«!." n .ciiicago B Ut^di yitt H^nmJs^Wj^LvS iV^m^a 111 Jtt.?"^ 




A. T. >\, Philadelphia, 
.1; A. II., Newark, and 



J^m^S^^jymT •""'" """ m'Xm they-toured aV'th'. "European" Jjnder VrigagenSeLrfo- |»T ^a«d v E lle"n "Terfy ^JS^%^^^^L^T%i 

TmnMnmio Tit^TliB (Bobert Fulton, man- 8t «r Alliance ..... .Joseph Ityan has given JnH go, too, after her London engagerttnt the British public. This Is their third wur 

ager),— The Humoie'r. Girls hold the stage 'P the presa work of tho Illinois and Powers' |n the new Barrio piny. A little examlna- In Europe, and they have shown me book- 

this Wk with Jennie Gluchard the chief Jo devote his entire nttentjon to his adver- J'"n would speedily ndd to the list of lead- Ings whel hey new hold wl eh will bring 

npiesentatlvu, Dccda Walker, Tlllle Sfdry, * »lng programmes and theatre curtk ns. .... W players who have heard the magic of them Into Feb " 1007 

u -\i „....,..,,..,. in . _li * ,.•' Plifr* lava arl.n !.«» .1,1 1 l#..P ... „- 4...1 tlie Amrv ,.,,,, ,.„lt *# .1, .,._ J !??_ .* V. * I,L *' * r "' -' *"«»• 



l:, ii„ iviihuiujiiuu. ■• 

Mihh V. H., New .lorsey, 
Miih. M. ('.. Plillaililphla, 




,l| #». Ml.t IIUIllllll, ,»■!« ,. 

It, II. , d., New Oriviins, see answer , to 

F, !>'.; above. , ' . ,,.,.' 

',G. n., Blchhioiid.— Watch mlr route list 

i'iiMi week, or moiuI ii letter to the party lu 

oar care, and we wltl advertise It In our Ict- 

"il. "'.'..iMiijone.— Address t'ul. T. Aljstun rltudenls" with l^na )m "Couvlcr Hiitl' Alleefi 

liniw'n, l.lr.S llroiidwjiy. New York City. X! nt ? nt TO shlnlug llghiH of fonilulnlly. 

(.',' A., SbluUMtun.— Wo have no knowledge Wpodson,, Moore mid Woodson, an Australian , 

uf nuy tiwh publleallou. nnvelty act, wl,ll be the tillo feature, other ft' 

G. F? .11., Pnivltlencc.— Address tho Lee- Hpcclilltlcs liclng furnialied by., Lena La 

Lash Hludlo, Now York City. Convler Shannon and Lncler, and Khetns 

C. \V. "K., Lynn.— 'file uiuimguineut alone J»>d Cole. Splendid, entertainment |, e ep H 

can iiiihwui' your iiues>tluii. business * 

II. V. M„ Phlfnilelphln.— Address Georgo lopula 

1'. Itowell & Co., 10 Spruce Street, Now York l«r J 

City. , regHi 

,0. l\ K„ Washington.— 1. Vioui $30 jiee »*• 

week un. 1!. ,Thc, list yon require was pub- SHWeS'lT 

Drilled lu Tim tlM'i'PKii dilUMl .lime.ll, IIM)4, tlnl and Ma 

Slim. E. F., Aibany.— Address Hubert Crnu, "'">. ,0"le ;««,«« 

weeks vaudeville programme. 



ouo hundred and Blxly-hve ont of the lot 7. T t |L|J fS' 1 ? 11 >W»pht In ominous of "a , "senl he Is Vmyng the T W." I I fflw& 
The Trlbnnc'i, free i.Jc* fund will beiicllt at lehilded London stage clothed only on tho burg 1 lis b« king extends for over two 
tho Grand Opera House Thursday nftornuon, frinn of New York.' r And the mercy of It yenfs. DO """iB cxtcnua lor over two 

H\uH« H, a^ ! r?nr H .H"or r0 "}f,.s h0 fe*°„? p i.'2 i'lor' " " ,t,n r00m for ,ho ABlerlt " D V*"* ™6 Taylor arc still causing much 

SS^P'I'^IIJeLl^lW Forbidden Land^ will SSL^JftJ* .*"?".."' ■ music hall, anil In u » ,. 

Oregon. 




, , . . Prepii- 



Portlniid — At tho Columbia Theatre (B. 

.. Welch, roanugcr) Mrs. Leallo Carter had 

crowdod liotise to witness "Du Barry" upon 

There WDiiid hi- fJfef,,,i,,' lnot . H Kulll ? n «y- «'? "ceuslon ot tho opening ot this theutre, 

I be far louder applause at the July 18, and the business for her entire week 



III Went Th)riy-llr»l Street, New York Clly. «« .vaudeville programme. Tho various tmVWUMm^^a^mS^^''dU''£iSSi close thai Is ohii KJ i . zZLJSS. m 1 at '° fx 5* 1H - und tl,c business for her entire week 

• M WH E, 8.. MlUvaiikee.-Wnicli our route concessions arc enjoying a fine season, as . JXal In fv^Jaa^Krae^t"ad^ nwurlni no tor ,™ ,* c lo lly S 8 "!5 C V™ fi?od. This Is the first, attempt of any 

list each-Wtik-, or address the parly In ears JMUrynago la ut u high, .standard at this ^Wjjffi|^iJ^ , ^^^ , f ^ tl w r ; ku j d « nmv str ke v.m 2 i, l„'!' c pnrt ' Tho Wf" c ,'i u ' 8 olfaction to play for one week lu 

uf litis office, and wa will advertise ho letter most popular resort, . , ' ltt,U8 "n u or nomc will be a feature. jW" iu> stiike joii ut taMgn. or even this city for a number of years, and tbe ro- 

lu Tun tt.iNMSii. letter list. _ Watkr Cjhitbh Pa ik (Wm. II. Strlcklor, ~, , ?'? w..^ ' tawtfiJ >A^SSi&3 fi? rt ?HJ5Ri to . ll 9«"' »»>' was most successful In this Instance, and 




Tilt: Ct.tl'PKli. 

J. II. A„ Now Carlisle. — During Ihe Hum- 
mer of 18UII opern wiih given ut that house 
by Ihe lioland Slur Opera Co. 

C. J. V. C„ Brooklyn. — She was about 
forty-eight years of nge when she tiled, 

G. \V. lf„ Blonmlngloli.— Address W. T. 
til-over, 'Brighton Bench Music Hall, Itrlgb- 
lun Beach, U l„ N. Y. 

W. II. I,., SI, Louis. — Mr. Siaisa can no 
doubt answer your query. 
CARDS. 



assured success. 

CXAIIK SljiK); 

nianiigt.r). — ^Krcnks 
dent tind uiodcrn 
tract Ions upon „ 

nlshlug eniertnlninent for the pdlrous who ago. she wus the fentnn 
throng this resort In profitable numbers. productions, In nil of v 

London Dime Mumbijm (Win. J. Sweeney, personal success, but no 
manager). — In ciirlo hall : Prof. Netting, found to "lit" her, 
magician : Hiiro. Hying rings: NovotcnyV a i » 

Italian, hand awl the Norselnud giant; On 



leienflcr," two years mivp* nnr £Zi<tM..* f " " 1 "-™o uiwuys scope. 

Wh^f %#%£% 3S "< ™».E B t,„ 8t nlghts [ ARCAPK THBATRB (8. Morton Cc 



Cohen, mnn- 
' American 
Lynne nnd 



the stage: May Arlington, Jessica Fremont. 
Llilln Blair. Luln Clark, nnd Harry Iloild's 



OKLAHOMA. 



Hti.F.W.'M.. Nurlh Pintle.— 1. Three ll'ri umtlon photogrnphs. Oklaboma City.— At Delraar Garden " c . S,m , nd to '«»o Prince of Wales' Theiitro G> J ,n,dwl ,». > 

nnd two 0s In crlbbuge loimt 1«. J. Four Aftkiimath.— Hllllnger's Gnrdeus present (Slrtopoulo & Murrc. mauagerB) : Snilth and r',*^' and received a very cordial creet- ~;l. ,J0 Vi 1j 

■I h and one 7 count 111. Gto, anil May Woodward, the Brndys. Mln- Fu Jler, 'MBxtis lintl Mnifcllc/Mcrrltl and Ito- ,V, K ., U lt ? " ew l,omc ' **» humor of the pro- *H£~35S 

-Hers Texnna und kfnodrome made d 223SS "'as been much developed since the i?}\t .^ veCe> 

■ogramme that pleased July 18-^. JK" 1 ^ ;.9 K't by t„oso clever cuuedla, X ^ZT'tA 



,lt. W., WIlliiiiiKtowii.— A was out wllli nle nnd May Newimin and Mabel Dempster sella. Sister 

low, i his week The season at the Academy up the pr 

It, It. 'i'., Nowbtirg.— The ha ml was dead. starts early In September. The ni Ion, Al- 

«. «., North llatte.— 1. No coinbiunllon hambra and Criterion will open next Sumhiv, 

ut enids will maku lit* or i'7 polnlH In n hand Aug, 7, If alter " 



mainl- 
and 
_ ymond 

vita senile. 

MKATiiB (Fred T. Blerlll, maua- 

und Ashley, Bernard Williams, 

tho Fishers, Edna Foley, the 



Shnplro, 



rations can be completed In 

time. Otherwise the opening data will go 

ver a week or longer, depending upon the 



A CHOICE IM.IiANIIti: SECTION. 




mnnnger). — Hatllo 
Miss Gilbert, 

manager). 




onie.H oiiriosiiiie H.rcopj tor me aensnii. . ... . Hlien Atlanile lllghlaiuls Is reached one takra J „,;„. ... ',. .,r", crKt V.' H i JM Min Harc'nuil , SHSff *^ , Muhio Hall (Henry clrlfllu, 

'"Wl was iwelved .In ChlWigo Saturday the raliuaiul from there oi< fliore Is one su,'- ri„i\ ^1 i t ' rlmHl0l i (n "tHIfitllefof Mrs, Ken- S,' an , u 8 cr i; — Delia Boss, Norma Draper, 

aeeltle the point at Issue. The pluvers {"ornlng Unit Lea | astle. i.r Kohl & Castle, cesslvo oiitlook of pietty homes, vast estates H .'a W v , H , ,,pc "!; '".bfomlneut imrtM. Bertha , Mare, Helen Jewell, Genevieve He 

leially.iigreelo either dec|ilo the polit by h«d been .;alnf«.l.v Injured while diMvug. one aud gav beaches, and at all times the tfavcir n .™. A ,,A l m. n lA- V llffl "i'l lB "• title af a "*?«* ' ' 

jlug iff. on the next game, the lowest 2.', hl " Kfi trotters Iii.b race, at Erie, Pa.,. Is Jn, sight of old ueean. . The resorts rthlcli S! \ d .^ 5S9 fe, y V a, . er . 8**» «• he produce} 

re roafng. and 11 Is frequently decided by Jr]da.v afternoon.. .. Hajtwell, Nop' a Mb- ealei''to^hc tourist are : ^tlBntlc Highlands Strn'tford Ho " dl ».v. at the Ilumgi 



lo decide the point ill Issue, 
genei'""' 
play' 
scon 

the smnll nitmhered linlls. giving' one to enc 
player, ihe lowest numlH>r nu (he hull. 
marble, losing. . 
;,' ■»»» 

. "". N, '. l,i " M A \ "eft'iier, nutslenl dlrsetor ... 
Hie I- lake si«.;k Co., is visiting at his homo 
nt bmukloii, Ky. 




Central,— ^jia, 



LEAST RKSl«T-AM:n 

the . M.i.lsi.n River. 

Mohawk. Viiili-)-, alanit 

trnlt, Cleveland, t!Ul- 

ilKlllll. II |p<pli n ' u ii.l - 

<■nll.it the New Vork 



August 6. 



THE ^ST^W YOKE ClA^PfeR. 



58* 



OHIO. 



clncluuall. — Before the dog days are 
over th« Mtson of 100-t-'O6 will be ush- 
ered Id: The indications are tnr id early 
Inauguration of the burlesque and vaude- 
ville season. • " ' 

CiifjsTKK Park (I. M- Martin, manager). 
— The Chester Park Opera Company will 'put 
on "Said Pasha" July 31. after a week's suc- 
cessful presentation of "The (llrl from 
Paris." Marlon Stanley proved a lolly Julie 
Banbon, and < she kicked herself Into quick 
favor. Frank Stammers bad Louis Mann's 
old role. John Yonnsy Mayme Taylor. Louis 
Fltiroy. Helen Darling,'. William Bellcry, 
Frederick Knights and Andrew Schneider 
tilled out the list of principals. Irithe vaude- 
ville' theatre the new faces :u will be; Fox 
nnd Foxle, Lord and Payne, tbe Two Wilsons, 
Henderson and Itoss, and Mile. Carrie. Busi- 
ness continues great. 

Coney Inland (W. 13. Clarke, manngeri. 

The Haskell Indian Band wilt return Aug. 

1 for -a' full week's engagement In the 
Corao Theatre July .11, the vaudeville turns 
will be supplied by Ueorge and Sophia 
Allyns, the Three Dnlys, who are to put on 
"Dad's Return;'' John nnd Emily Dclmoie, 
and Herbert and Nolan. The circle swing 
Is tbe latest novelty at Coney. Business 
fine. • ' 

Ludlow Lagoon (J.i J. Weaver, manager). 
—Knox Wilson, the Mathleus. the Three 
Connolly Slaters, the Kelly B<il> Trio, and 
Cnrmoutclla' and l»er specialty.- "The Witch 
of tbe Moon.'' ore- carded to uppenr iri the 
Rustic Theatre July 31. The revival of 
vaudeville ' last week was appreciated ' uuil 
Delia Hicks proved a good mugnct. F.rnesi 
Tinny and Edythe Murray put on a neat 
musical sketch. Dancing on tbe roof garden 
Is popular at this down. the river resnrt. 

Thb Stoo (Walter Draper, secretary), — 
"Sebnilttle's Band," directed ' by George C. 
Smith, made a great lilt. "Marco Polo, 1 ' the 
magnllteent spectacle put on by Paul Jones 
and It. U. Reynolds, drew splendid sized 
crowds Inst week, and will be extended one 
more week. 

BUMMKU CitAT. — Trlxle Frlgnnxn, of "The 
Prince of Pllsen," hns gone to New York, 
via. Chicago, after some weeks with her 
mother here Nannie Flack, a Cincin- 
nati glr), who Is believed to be a coming 
soprano, will finish her musical studies In 

Kurope At the golden Jubilee of the 

Cnrtbnge Fair "the Pike" will be one of 
the popular features, and It will afford em- 
ployment for Rome- vaudeville people...... 

Maunger M. *C. Andetton spent a day In 
town. Ml routd from New York to Chicago. 
He will tour "King Dodo" next season over 
the rltalr & Havlln circuit, Iloth Columbia 
and Walnut Street theatres will open Aug. 

"M I'nul Pint/, nnd Rlrdle lOvnns, Who 

met In the "Cinderella" Bhow hi the Pike 
some seasons ago, doped to Covington July 
110, Where they were married. The secret 
leaked out during the- week. The groom 
was a prince and tbe bride a fairy In the 
spectacle. , 

,• • ' 

Cleveland,— At the Prospect (Walter T. 
Baldwin, manager) "Ten Nights In a Bur 
Boom" closed' a fairly successful Summer 
season for the Baldwin Melville Stock Co. 
during the week ending July 30. It nlso 
marked the closing of the house to "melo- 
drama for, ns previously unnouueed, B. F. 
Keith has purchased tbls house of A, F. 
Harts, and will reopen It early in September 
.with vaudqyllle. 

Colonial (Drew & Campbell, managers). — 
''The Mnn from Mexico;" by the Vnuglinn 
Glnser Stock Co., Aug. HI. "In Mlzzourl" 
drew capacity bouses Inst week. "Miss 
■Hoiibs" week .of s. 

Ci.hvri.anu (.1. K. Cookson, manager). — 
"The Curse of Drink" marks the opening of 
tbls popular house of melodrama. Aug. 1-0. 

lOrci.in AviCNtiu UAHiiiiNS (Max Fuetken- 
beuer, manager). — "The Mikado" will be 
given 1 > v tbe Fuelkeiihciier Opera Co. the cur- 
rent 'week.' "Chimes of Normandy" wns ex- 
cellently rendered last week, and the eutlre 
house wns sold ' nut nt every performance. 
"The Mascot" week of 8. 

IIai.tnoiitiih' - llnrry D. Klein, manager). 
—"A Night OIF," by the U. C. Hers Stock 
Co., should sell out the house at each per- 
formance, for Cleveland htm long liked Mr. 
Herz and his work.- "Tbe Strange Ad- 
ventures of Miss Brown" had fine business 
last week. "My Friend from India" week 
of 8. 

Manhattan Bkacii (Horry Tudor, mnnn- 

fei-i. -Mr. Rostock has provided Manager 
'mini with the finest lot of animals he hns 
ever sent to Cleveland, and nlso the best 
acts. Mr. Tudor Is certainly showing Ros- 
tock's Cleveland patrons how to run such a 
show right. He Is ably assisted liy that 
veteran handler of animals, Alex. Day, who 
acts as chief assistant and auuouncer. In 
consequence, crowdB are flocking to Manhat- 
tan Beach. Chas. Miller, handling Ills group 
of tigers; Mile.. Aurora, with her polar bears. 
nnd alios. MackBle and bis live lions, nil 
scored heavily. 

Notes,— Chas. Miller, at Manhattan Bench, 
was attacked by one of ills tigers several 
days ago, and so badly hurt that ne has been 
uuable to uppear since. However, he will 
probably reappear with bla act during the 
current week. - -• 

.. . . ■ ' 

Dayton.— At Lakeside Park (Jos. A. 
Kirk, mnnnger) the attendance has been big. 
For week of July 31 : Clarice Templeton, 
vocalist, and Harry Bartlett and Lethe Col- 
lins, In a sketch. 

FAinviEW Park (Frank Mellvllle. book- 
ing agent).— Vinton nnd Clayton, In "Casey, 
the Burglar;" Al. Carlton, Franchello nnd 
Lewis, Tom Hardy, and Hanson and Drew 
comprised the bill for July 24 and week. 

Noteh. — Al. G. Field wns in Dayton July 
27, Inspecting n handsome new palace car, 
which In being built for the transportation 
of his minstrels the coming season...... 

Thomas Odell has gone to Columbus to join 
Field's Minstrels...... The Victoria Theatre 

Is being thoroughly overhauled, freseocrs are 
at work touching up the Interior, nnd clean- 
ing Is going on generally. Tbe opening date 
1»ib not been announced ...... .The Twen- 
tieth Century Club (locnl) held n Btrect fair 
on North Main Street, week of July 2o. The 
Gnsklll Carnival Co. furnished the attraction 
and the attendance was large.. .... .The 

handsome new National Theatre Is now nenr- 
Ing completion. The house Is owned by Dick- 
son 4 Talbot, of Indianapolis. (HI • Burrows, 
the popular manager of the Park Theatre, of 
this city, will assume the management of tbls 
house. The opening date Is announced for 

Aug. 10, with '.'The Show Qlrl." James 

Curran, formerly of tbe team of Currnn and 
Rynn, and whoso home Is In this city, has 
taken a new partner, John Rles, This team 
does a very popular Irish character act. 
i 

Columbus.— At the Empire Theatre (II. 
A. Weinman, manager) "Mr. names of New 
York" pleased large crowds during week of 
July 2ti. For week of Aug. 1, "Arabian 
Nights" will be given by the stock company. 

liioil StkUlt ^Theatre (A. Govens, mnn- 
nger).— For Aug. 1-3, "The neart of Chi- 
cago." "In the Shadow of the Gallows. 40. 

Ol.HNTAMIV TltKATHF. (W. W. F ros Ser. 

mnnnger). — Business continues good, mil 
for week of July 31 : Paul Barnes, Mr. nnd 
Mrs. Allison, Halloy and Meehan, 'Boron! 
and Ncvnro, Sevlllo Sisters, and Hlnnldo. 

Collinm Gaimugn (Phil Collins, manager). 
— For week of Aug. 1, Santero and Merton, 
Geo. and May Woodward. 

Notes.— The Al. O, Field Minstrels will 
begin rehearsals at the Great Southern The- 
atre Aug. 1 Manager U. A. Welsmau, 

of the Empire Theatre, donated the entire 
proceeds of the matinee and evening per- 
formances on Tuesday to the Playground 

Association Vogel'a Minstrels start re- 

fuarsalg on Aug. 1, at the Grand Opera 



House Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Hsmondr. 

who played at Olctitnugy 1'nrk during the 
past week, are old Columbus people, and 
were royally enterta'ned. On Wednesday, 
at the annual picnic of the Knights of Pyth- 
ias, they were I he 'guests of the officer* of 
the lodge, Mr. Ksmonde having been n mem- 
ber of the order for the past twenty years. 

Vonuuatonn. — At Idorn Pork Cas'no 
Theatre <B. Stanley, manager) better weath- 
er conditions Increased tbe attendance. The 
Barlow Minstrels closed n successful week 
July B0. They render an excellent programme, 
and are great favorites In Youngstown. Week 
of Aug. ) : Chas. nod Madge Hughes, the 
La Mont Trio, McDonald and Cody. Bobbins 
nnd Trenamnn, and Hllaabetb Kstelle. 

Avon Park (Jos. W. Wess, manager). — 
Week of Ang. 1: Murphy and Wlllard, Mr. 
nnd Mrs. Gardner Crane, tbe Cblhupa Mexi- 
can Troubadours, and the Three Madcaps. 
Attendance Is very good when weather Is fa- 
vorable. 

Notes. — Harrison J, Wolfe will leave, for 
the Fast to engage in his dramatic pur- 
suits The Flske Syndicate of Shows 

spread their attractions en tbe South' side 

week of July LT> Frank P. Russell, one 

of the features of Vogel Bros/ Minstrels, 
Is lu the city, the guest of his old friend. 
Hob Straight, of the Tod House, who was 

formerly In the minstrel business J. 

Clyde Itlgby, now connected with the Shu- 
berts. Is here for a ten days' visit with his 
parents, 

i « 

Toledo. —The Casino Theatre (Olio 
lillvesi hiuiingerl. Kll/uheth Murray was the 
feature of Inst week's bill. Business Is b|g. 
For July . 'II and week: Mr. anil Mrs.- Perkins 
Fisher, Casey nnd Lc Clair, Carlln and Otto,- 
Ilurrlgnn, Waldorf and Mendex, and IamiIsc 
Henry, ■ 

FaIim Tiieatiie (Louis Ilnnner. proprie- 
tor). — Business Is fair, .lames Courthope nnd 
company made good last- week, presenting n 
one net farce called "A Fisherman's Lurk." 
For 31 and week ■: Geo. (.'. Boniface and Ber- 
tha Wnltzinger, Gladys Van. I he Gregsons, 
Have Nowlin, Leonard and Drake, De Wit, 
Burns and Torrence. ■ ■ :- ■ ■ ' ■ 

IlKi.i.HvtiK Park (J, W. McCnrmlck. mnn- 
nger). — Business continues fairly good at 

this resort. 

■ s 

Springfield. — At Spring Grove Park Cn- 
Rlno (!•:. F. Mnrtlny, mnnnger).— Tbe hill 
for week of July 'Jr, was good, nnd the In- 
terest - and attendance continues to grow. 
For week of Aug. 1 : Vinton and Clayton. 
Al. Carlton, the Musical Gooltuaus. Hanson 
aiid Drew, Clarice Templeton, and moving 
pictures. 

♦ »♦ 

MA INK. 



Portland. — At the Portland Theatre (.Ins. 
M, Moore, manager) "The Gold Mine," as 
I iln veil by the If y run Douglass Stock Co., 
July 'MM, proved an excellent drawing card. 
The house closed 30, ufter n prosperous nine 
weeks' Summer run. The same company 
will reopen In Block here May 1, 11)05. The 
house opens Its regular vaudeville senium 
Sept. 1*.'. Renovations arc to be made lu 
the Interval. • - 

11 em Tiihatrk, Penk'B Island (C. W. God- 
Ing, manager i. — "The Adventures of Lady 
Ursula" wns the offering by the stock nt 
this popular Summer playhouse July LW.'IO. 
This production was witnessed by Inrge audi- 
ences, Who derived much pleasure. Fur 
week of Aug. 1, Sedley Brown's new play, 
"The Pipe of Peace," will be glveu Its llrst 
production. The Bostonlu Ladles'-Orcbestrn 
connected with thin bouse render their llrst 
sacred concert Sunday night, .'II, assisted by 
Amy Rlrard and Robert Comics*. 

Cai'b Cottaob Thkatuk (K. V. Plielnn, 
mnnnger). — The opera company, headed by 
Richard Harlow, lu "141):.', presented thtH 
popular success Very entertainingly for the 
second week, 20-30. Week of Aug. 1 the 
Plielnn Opera Co. will present "The Belle of 
New York," with Ned Nye lu the cost. 

Riveiiton Paiik Tiieatiie (D. H. Smith, 
resident mnnuger).— J. W. Gorman's Cosino- 
poll'.iiiis amused good sized crowds 'JtVUO. 
The following members . scored well : Ten 
Brooke, Lambert nnd Tk'ii Brooke, Iteed and 
Shaw, Henry and lloon, Burr und ICvaus, 
Prof. Midi's trained dogs. 

»■» 

LOUISIANA. 



New Orleans At Athletic Park (II. C 

Fourton, manager) the Imperial Opera Co. 
opened, week of July 24. to good busl- 
neBS, presenting "The Black Hussar, which 
plruaed. The work of Rnnlce (Mark Drnke 
won much applause. The bill for week of 
31 Includes actH from "Pinafore" und "II 
Piigllnccl," with a number of 'new faces. 

Webt Knb (Jas. J. Corcoran, manager).— 
Splendid business was enjoyed week of 24, 
und each act won well earned appreciation. 
Prof. Geo. Paolettl and his splendid concert 
band, and Prof. Joe Magnolia, with his bio- 
graph, won many encores. The vaudeville, 
consisting of Hadji's Arabs, Dorothy Kenton, 
und Blmm, Bomm, B-r-r-r scored big. The 
Century Minstrels are underlined for week 
of 31. ' / 

Foolish House (F.d. Levy, manager).— 
This popular attraction continues to big 
business nightly, nnd his proven- one of the 
biggest laugh getters ever seen at West Knd. 

Notkb.— Lew Sully, Ihe well known tenor, 
returued hero from New York July 20, nnd 
will Jolm forces with Grunewnll Music CO. 
...... Manager J. J. Corcoran, of West End. 

has becked several attractions for the Gulf 
Coast circuit, openlug at Scrauton, Ml6b., 
Aug. 8. 

w«» 

RHODE 1 S I , A N U. 

Providence,— At Keith's Thentrc(CJinrles 
Lovenberg, manager) 'the Albee Stock Jo. 
gave a creditable performance of "At the 
White Horse Tavern" July 26-30. "The lln- 
forsecn" Aug. 10, "Charleys Aunt' 8-13. 

K-Mi'iiin Tiieatiie (MplU * Nnthouson, 
managers).— "The Strange Adventures r of 
Miss Brown" was played by the Dot Kur- 
roll Stock Co. last week. Its season closed 
with the week of Aug. I. when "tor HIb 
Country's Sake" was the play. 

Rocky Point (It. A. Harrington, mana- 
ger). — Excellent and vnrled attractions htive 
made good business. In the Forest Casino 
Aug. 1 and week : Ethel Robinson, Mabel 
Herbert, tbe Moxteys, Mlllerslilp Sisters, 
Bonce and Uycrs, Ida Howell, the Morrises. 
Pop Carr, Blanche Daniels, Wills and Col- 
lins, Sullngley Brothers, und the Lorllll 
Ladles' Orchestra. ■ ' /.. 

Chestnut' Grove Summer Tiieatiie (Al- 
fonso, mnnnger).— -The biggest week of the 
Benson to date began July 2S, when Cody's 
Royal Circus wns the attraction. Shndy. a 
wire walking dog, and the Wourtz Family, 
trapeilsts, gave a free exhibition. The 
Royal Circus continued Aug. 1, with Mur- 
dock, slack wire Juggler, as nn outside at- 
traction, 

' « " ♦ . 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

WnaiiliiKtoii- -After more than a month's 
dearth of theatrical amusement,' the season 
Ih Opened nt ono of our playhouses^— the 
Lyceum' (Eugene Kernnn. manager)— by the 
Bon Ton Bnrlesquers. The Utopians Aug. 
8-13 

Ci'iEvr Chase Lake (Herbert Claude, man- 
ager). — The concerts by the Marine Band, 
every night, draw large crowds. 

THE vaudeville entertainment nt the Law- 
rence Summer Gardens hns been almndoiieu. 

NoTO.— At least two of our popular priced 
places of amusement will open their seasons 
during the present mouth, but the larger 
hoiiBCs, Including Chase's, will defer until 
early In September. 



MANNA* IIISKTTH. 

llualim. — With the exception of (wo days 
the weather of last week oid not Invite tbe- 
atrfgorng, but the few amusement places 
ojien were generously patronlned by- tbe stay 
at homes and visitors." Boston Is an Ideal 
Summer city and, for that reason, the Influx 
of strangers Is big. The llrst gun In our 
Full nnd Winter -theatrical season Is fired by 
the llrand Opera House, which opens Its 
doors on Saturday ulghl of Ihe current week, 
with Howard Halt. In The Waif's Paradise." 
as an attraction. August amusements In 
and about the Hub: "Woodland." nt the 
Trvmont i "lale of Spice," at the Globe; 
"Haxel Klrke," at th« Castle Square; "Rln 
Viin Winkle,"' nt the" Bowdoln Squnre, and 
usual weekly changes at Ihe smaller theatres 
and park resorts. 

TitNMosT Theatre (John B. RchoefTel, 
manager). — The run of "Woodland" la aenr- 
Uig an end and large audiences are witness- 
ing toe closing perfornnuces of the delight- 
ful musical fantasy. This Is the fifteenth 
week and the beginning of the Inst three 
weeks of the engagement. Charles II. Bow- 
ers made his debut as, Robin Redbreast last 
Wednesday afternoon and. like all the other 
newcomers In the 1 Cast, was a success from 
the start. Henry W. Savage and George F. 
Mnrlon were lu town the greater part of 
Inst week and devoted their time to Improv- 
ing the show. Several changes In the hook 
were made. "The Sho-Gun" company Is In 
town but rehearsals of the piece will not 
llegln until Wednesday of this week. The 
c'nst remains about the same ns during the 
long Chicago run nnd, for that reason, a 
short time will get the show into good run- 
ning order. 

Gi.oiil- Tiieatiie (Slnlr & Wilbur, mana- 
gers). — Thirteen Is regarded by most people 
ns nn unlucky numls-i- but tills Is uot ho 
Willi "The Isle of Spice" management, as the 
hot weather defying extra viigasr.n Is now In 
the thirteenth week of Its local stay:' 1 The 
one hundredth performance of the piece 111 
tills city will occur on Tuesday ulghl of cur- 
rent week und the event will be celebrated 
liy the distribution, to every person holding n 
reserved scat coupon, of a souvenir of art 1st k 
ben ut v. It Is n Japanese teapot, a tall, grace- 
ful bit of chlnii ware of n unlipie design. 
- Giiank Oi'KUA HOUND (George \V. Mugee, 
manager). — The regular season at this bouse 
will open Aug. (1. with many new -features 
■ tin i augur well for another successful year. 
While Mr. Mugee continues as the luiina 
gi'r af the house, patrons will lied on the 
programme llu names of Messrs, Stnlr, Wil- 
bur & Mugee is proprietors. A distinct In- 
novation will be the Introduction this seu- 
son of a IuiI'ch' orchestra to provide Ihe 
ciiHtuuiiii-v entre'acte music, for the neces- 
sary musical ut'compiiuluiciit during Ihe 
Is'i-Vonn-iiices. Manager Mugec Ills secured 
the icivIcch of Nellie II. Chniidlcr's Ladies' 
Orchestra, which has been one of the strong 
attractions r.t Lexington Pm-k during the 
Summer. The opening card Ik Howard Hall, 
III "The Waif's Paradise." In supiiort of 
Mr. Hull are: K, A. Locke. Paul Barrett. 
W. I. Flngg. George II. Heche. Marlon I. con 
aril. Isabel Pearson und Helen Hyle. 

CASTt.D SqrABK Theatre (J. II. Emery, 
malinger). — "Hotel Klrke" Is revived tbls 
week and Stage Director Mnsson lips plnnnid 
to make Its revlvul, nftnr three years, u nota- 
ble one. Lllllnn Keiuiile Joins the company 
tills week unir Is seen hi the leildliig femnle 
role. William Humphrey plays Dunstnu 
Klrke, nnd the other roles lire In competent 
hands. "A Purlsluti Itomnnce" was an ex- 
ivptiuunliy stroug card last week. William 
Humphrey made n big bit In the leading role, 
and received a dozen or more curtain calls 
oft every • performance. "Pawn -Tickets -No. 
310 "Mb the selection for next week. 
I BnwnotN Hgi-AUK ■ Thkatuk ■ (O. K. I." 
Ihrop, --manager). — "Hip Van Winkle,'', with 
Jny Hunt In tho title role, la to* strong 
nt traction the management - offers fur cur- 
rent week. Mr.-Htmt retired -as Oh actor 
several years ngo, wla'n he became general 
stage 'director for Manager Lolhropv and lln 
bus only consented (o appear In this -one 
production to tullsfy his many frleuds who 
lire anxious to see his dramatic work nglilii. 
Tin- parts of Mceiile Van Winkle' aiiil *lrci- 
chen are plnyed by Cuarlolle Hum and 
l<Voience Hale. The former la -the daughter 
and -tint latter ibe wife of Mr. Hunt, <so 
Hun lii real life, as well ns in ihe story mi 
told In -drama' "Hip" will huve his own wife 
ilul daughter to present tho ctuirnclers of 
wife and daughter, Laat week's houses were 
good and "Colleen Bnwu" provided good en- 
lilrt'iliiiiieni. Ill preparation, 'Lost In i.nn 
don." ■ ' 

■Keith's Tiieatiie (11. F. Keith, malinger). 
— Tills weekli bill consists of the usual 
hourly concerts by Ihe Fuddles Woman's 
Orchestra and the following vaudeville tal- 
ent !- Frank Keeiuiu nnd coinpany, In "The 
A'rtor and the Count;'' Bnrd Brothers. Al- 
tiBi-tus and Bart runt. Messenger Hoys' Trio, 
Dixie and Yankee, Bruce nnd Dslgneuii, 
Hedrlx and Prescott, Yankee Comedy Four, 
nnd Smith and Gorman. The blogrnph shows 
a new Hat of Interesting and humorous mo- 
tion pictures, -The hit of last week's bill 
was ItoBe Srahl and company, In "The Chorus 
Girl," It' was one of the brightest Utile 
comedies of life behind the scenes' ever seen 
here, and although only of nne-linlf hour's 
duration,' n good moral was told, and the 
sketch was replete wllh fun. It wns ca- 
pably done by Miss Stnhl and two assistants. 

! Pa lack Tiieatiie (('has. II. Waldron, man- 
ngcr). — "Hilarity" and' "Hotel a la <?as- 
lorla ' lire the- titles of Ihe burlesfiues for 
this week. The principals In the skits lire: 
Ada Butner, Alice Leslie. Mny Croix,' Vic 
Itlnklcy; May Bryant, Hntt(e Mills. Tlllle 
Cohen, Sam Adnius. Clmrles Nluhula, Kred 
llullan, Ben Wrtlla-r. and- John Grleven, The 
olio bill offers.: Marshall and Barlhtlt, Ham 
Adams,' De? 'Rlmiir'"n'nd" Rose,' dtid'trfe nt- 
leiioH. 

At'HTIN & ; STONK'H MttSEIX (HlMIIP & 

KIhuv, managers).-^ Jonvlnl's Sen poll tan 
'IVoubiidoiirs' attracted crowds to ibis iiiiiukc- 
meiit place Inst week, and- are -held over 
number week-- Mirrotl, the .-innioinluil 
wonJer, nnd Ben llur, the eiicrmmls snake. 
iiIhh routlnue as' curio ball wohdnrs. Stugc 
Scarlet Sisters.' Blnnclis Olbbs,- Harry -lulil, 
Ferris and- Fny> Priwoll Comedy . Four. 
Clnrence Foster, Billy (Niiies, WttShlllglOII's 
<Veole Belles. Alabnina » amedy Four, Ki- 



wi-). — Holcoiabe, Curtis and Webb, the nar- 
rows. Kiev und Elmer, and Hie nomograph 
furnish culcrtaluiDcnt fur this week. •■ 

I.axiMiToN Park (J. W. Gormao. mana- 
ger). — J. W. Oortnan'a Imperial Mlaatrel Co. 
"a here this week. Will Phllbrlck, Harry 
Baker, and Rdwards and Codalre are olio 
performer*. '• ' « _ _.' 

Mgnrtino Botii-svAno Thratri (J, W. Oor- 
man, mnnagen.— The- new farce comedy, 
"The Glbsou Girl," Is offered by the manage- 
uieut for current week. Tbe Four Otts 
head the rasl. 

Pickkp Vr. — Kllxn Weatbersby Hinckley 
is finishing her vacation days at Wlnthmp. 

Thomas F, Wright, of Keith's, started 

last Saturday on hi* ant mil vacation. He 
will stop at the IllrshmSu cottage, Bourne- 
dale, Miihs Robert Hinckley, of the Co- 
lonial Then t re staff, Is spending his vacation 
nt Knst Milton, nt the home of Mrs. Nut 

Goodwin Sr. Raymond •Hitchcock was 

in town last week >, William llaneltlne, 

of this city. Is to piny In "The Pit" again 

this season Arthur H. Sawyer, of the 

Criterion Club, a local amnteiiF. orgaulia- 
tlou, has been engaged for' the support of 
NniH-e 0'Neli:...:cMr. ami Mrs. Sevirln De 
Devn nnd their little son are spending the 

Slimmer nt Onset Bay Henry W.-Hnvag# 

will send three representatives In advance of 
"Pu'rslfal." They are llnlph Kdmiinds, G. E. 

MrCune and I). J. Itellly At the close 

of Ills local stock engagement. J. I,. Seeley 
expects to lenve for New York to begin re- 
hearsal* for "The Crosslnn." with Jnmes K. 

Ilnckelt Florence Wllllnms, daughter 

of the late Odel Williams, one nt the pretty 
chorus women af "The Isle of Spice," Is 
seriously III nl the Massachusetts General 

Hospital George Mnrtln, wlu> llll* been 

on I of (he cast of "The Isle of Spirit" for 
the past two weeks, resume* IiIh old- role of 
Turin on .Monday of this week. John Gll- 
roy gisps to New Yolk.- Recent engage- 
ments of Boston snung women arc: Mai leu 
Armstrong, • In the "Mother Goose" com- 
pany ; Jennie Glrnrd, Murlone Priest and 
Lllllnn Lcrnrr, for Ward tt Voke«' "A Pale 

of I'Jnks" Co IMw.ud D, Smllli, Will 

is- irnnsfcrrrd from 1 1n- <ltol>e to'the Ms- 

Jrstli' ns resident ninnager "Tlie Fill- 

IniBtcrs" Is ibe title of the musical ptcce 
lo Ihi glveu liy the Huston Hank Clerks As- 
slclullor. the w«k of Feb. *!, at the Tie 



ball and Donovan, mid Ariuintt and Burke. 

NuTk-w— Manager J. J. Shay, of Baa* 
Polut, Nahaut, bat season, la now- -at JA« 
Itelsv House, Nshant. wbare he Is managlaj 
Sunday concerts and steamboat enrcttalti- 

meats and «tcur*lons Work oa the 

new l.vnn thentro coutlnucs to lie rnshed 
and the foundation ha* been completed. 
■ ii " » '■ " «* 

Taunton.— At flabbatla Park, for weak 
of July '.'5, "Johnny on the Spot" wns the 
attraction, and pleased large audiences. For 
week of Aug. 1. the Whirlwind Rntertnlnef* 
are hooked. The company conslits of Amann 
and Hartley, the Ramaeys, TBI's Marionettes, 
tbe Klngsburys, and Mnranall, the mvatlo. - 

Note.— James p, Gaillgan Joins rb» Kara 
Kendall Co. early In August aa.artlatant 
stage manager.' ••«•••••» - .. ., 

• ti» > 

MINKKSOTA. 



inon I Then t re. The Issik Is by John P. Wll- 
sou. and Ihe music by William Lornlnc. 
Julian T. Klllngc will play the leading rule. 



uier Itoed and Harry Powell; 



jid llsrr, 
' NtckEi.ooiluN (L. B. Walker, muuager). — 
Week of 'Ahg. 1*1 Curlb ' hntls-^Teiilicsseo 
T , roubnilour*i"Turiiey ) wire isM-formeri Kd. 
Giiviii, -'perfect man, >iin«P usual contest bo- 
tWH-n a tlilf damn pretty girls. Hartford 
and Davis, .Fred Shaw; Viol* Hutolllngs. 
Bui els anil Harris, and Welch iind Daly are 
the singe iH-oplo. ■ • . • 

I'oi.nt op Pines (Win. II. o'Nell, mnnn- 
ger).— This resort was closed Aug. :il until 
such time us the Imnrd of selectmen see lit 
io grant 'licenses for Sunday entertainments 
nt this resort; The determination to close 
was reached last Friday night by the man- 
agement. Since the new Sunday law went 
Into effect tbe management has been handi- 
capped liy the Revere board of selectmen to 
grunt licenses for Sunday shows. The Point 
of Pines Is a private enterprise, situated on 
ixrlvate grounds, nnd Is one of Ihe most ex- 
iwiislve Summer resorts lo conduct In New 
Kngland. The Sunday concerts Hint had been 
given -before tho- new law went Into effect 
attracted ' large crowdB. and- without these 
concerts It Is Impossible to contiuiie the re- 
sort without a i>i extremely heavy loss from 
week to week. The ground* will remain open 
for the remainder of the season- fur picnic 
liarllns, but there will be no amusements of 
any kind. 

CniiscFNT Qum (Wm. II. O'Nell, man- 
ager), — Pines IMwm Co. Is located here this 
week.'- "Glrorle-Glrolla" I* the opera selected 
for presentation. 

NoRUMBtOA "Park (Carle Alberle, tnnnn- 



...... A '-line I 'a I Is, wardrobe mistress of 

"The Isle of Spice." celebrated li-r thirty- 
second birthday July '.'tl. and was presented 
a bracelet *«t with diamonds, by member* 
of Hie comimiiy. 

» 

Km- iieiti.ird. Al (lie Pitrclisse Street 
Tlienlre (Hiivld It. Ilullliitun. niiiuiigcr) "The 
lliinllcs" was given all excellent prisluctliill 
In ki week by Ihe Biillliilun Stock Co. Ger- 
trude Dion Muglll, 111 Ihe dlinl role of Nancy 
Wllllumii nnd Hilly Piper, scored a success, 
nnd the oilier members of Hie compniiy did 
excellent work. "Cam I lie" Is this work's Id II. 

Lincoln Pauk (Isaac W. Phelps, mana- 
ger). — Judging from Ihe crowds seen dally 
nt this Summer resort, the attractions are 
more alluring than' ever. The past ' week's 
vaudeville, wns particularly pleasing. The 
current bill Incliidea: Copplngcr and White, 
George and l.lllu Bronuiiu. the Marvelous 
Jennello, Kills and Dayi'il|Kirt, and Jessie 
Stewart. m 

■ Notes.- -Pawnee BIlTs Wild West drew 
capncltv business July 'M, nnd guvu general 
satisfaction. Lillian Smith, billed us Weim- 
iiii. expert i Hie shut, was uccurdwl a- hearty 
greeting hv her friends,' who reinembercil her 
a* a resilient In this city. The show can- 
celed Its date of 'JS at Full River, owing tp 
Ihe great textile operative strike, and showed 

ut Attleboro Instead Billy Kimball, lula 

one of the stage hands at Hhecily's Theatre. 
Is at present advance blller of Prof. Bell's 
Co, of Illusionists and wonders, ut present 

playing ihe towua along Capo Cud, 'ilia 

differences existing between Audrew K. 
Ilathnwny and .Mlebiitil J, MheiNly, of Hhecily's 
local I heal res, are slowly being adjusted. Mr. 
Hathaway bus gained personal control of thn 
new i'urchuse Street Theatre, und the uuuiu 
Sbceilv litis heeii clliiilmitcd from this bouse. 
The future control of ihe Union- Street bouse 
Will be determined upon some time during the 

Iireseut week, when III* Arm of llnlhuwuv A 
llieody will cense lo exist ( 'buries Bel- 

sir, leading man' of tho Hamilton Stock Co., 
will close his engagement with 'this organiza- 
tion Aug. ll, a* also will several other mem- 
ber*. New member* will inks their- placet! 

Thomas K. Shea, the uctor, was In 

Iqwn the past week, utletidlng to mailers 
connected with Ills reul estate luildlng here, 
oh which he proposes to liulhl several upart- 
iiieh t house* ...... .Theodore Flowers, -for- 
merly manager of Flowers' Theatre, was In 
this clty'lasf week, on business pertaining to 
Ibe leasing of Ihe house. He states hv Is 
iiieetlug wllh success the present seusoh lu 
his balloon and parachute Jumping business. 
■ ■ « ■ 

Lowell. — Willi one or two exception* all 
days 'were fair last week, and business at 
Ihe parks was excellent. Rand ceucei-U, us 
usual, draw big crowds mi Sundays. 

' LAKHVIEW TllMATIIK (J. J. I'lvtlll, 11111110- 

ger).— TIkj Nashville Trouhadoura drew vary 
good business Inst week, and offered an ex- 
cellent i-iiiiTiulnmciii. The fuu opened wild 
"The Railroad Porters." with lluiiier and 
Harris. Olio: Carrie Stllh, Magnolia Com- 
edy Four, Sherman Conies. Harper, Rnrrls 
nod Bailey, and Ihe comedy, "Lucy lxuig's 
Illrthdny.' Chas. II. Foster, basso, was de- 
Kervlug of sepclal imintlou. "JpcH and Ihe 
Bi'iinsfslk" opened tho current week, wllh 
James Gilbert aa Old King Cole, and a big 
company of players. 

■Wu.Lo whale Park Theatiih (Rowers 
Brothers, malingers).— -Vaudeville Is draw- 
ing big crowds, and ull enjoy ihe tunny out 
door n museum Is, 

Canoihe Lake Park, Salem. N. II. (New 
Hampshire Traclluu Co., - managers). — "Thn 
Gibson Girl" was the offering Inst weak, und 
the entertainment was highly acceptable. 
The Four (Ilia did excellent work, and re- 
ceived much applause, The- management en- 
tertained crowds of young |sioule 2t\, it 
being "children's day, ' when all children 
were admitted free to I ho pavilion. J, W, 
Gorman's Imiwrltils arc eutcftuining this 
week, the Hat Including: Ward and Curran, 
the Oiilgley Brut hers. Iteed and Kliuw, Henry 
nnd lloon. lyeslln and Howlcy. ■ 

Hampton Beach Casino (Wm. II. Phln- 
ney, manager! . — J. W, Gorman's Tiuedo Mpe 
chilly Co. was Ihe attraction last Week, 
with Mitchell and Mnrron, the Vcdtnars, 
Klmliiill and Donovan,- and tho Dnrrows as 
Ibe cards. Buklness wns Very goad, and (he 
entertainment excellent, 
* 

Worcester. — At lllo Worceaicr Thcutre 
(Felix It. WendrlHchsefer, manager) the New 
York Players, lu their dual week, beginning 
Aug. 1 Ii wllh produce "Pink. Dominoes," Last 
Week "A Doll's House" drew large and Inter- 
ested houses. Rosamond llrockway, one of 
Boston's cleverest society amateurs, and a 
ulemlH'r of the Criterion Club of that city. 
Will assume Ihe role of Mlas Barron, In 
"Pink Dominoes." Her many Worcester 
friends are anxiously awaiting her appear- 
ance. 

- Lake (Worcester Consol. St. By. Co., man- 
agcrsi.- Bill week of Aug, 1 will he Gor- 
man's Comedians. The company Includes: 
John Birch, Kmella Fenuer, Charles I'd- 
wards. In "Taking a Best ;"- Hurt and Burke, 
Pearl Dnnforlh, lledford and Winchester, and 
Carl W. Sanderson, in 'A Club Rehearsal." 
a ' ■ 

Lynn, — At Carman's Rummer , Theatre, 
Salem Willow* (M. J. Doyle, manager), ■ this 
season has proved a very NiicctHisful one, 
and some line enlorlalnmenls have been 
given. This week : Bellman and Moore, 
Fredericks and bis trick pony, Don; Kiln- 



s' t. Paul.— At l ha Grand Opera Home 
(Theodore I.." Hay*, manager) 'Tflrcy "Har- 
well and the George Fawcott Go, presented 
"Knst Lynne" week of July 24 to very good 
business. For week of .11 1 "A Social High- 
wayman," .Tr-Aur. f, and "Romeo and Juliet" 
0, U, und niatlurw l), Patron* have nothing 
but good things to say of the company. 

KMriMi (A. Weinhnizer. manager).— RiiaU 
ness continued fair week of llfi. New people 
for week of 1, the Grycrs nod Marie Lea- 
sing. Thoso Imldlug over are : George Wil- 
son, Alice Hamilton. Myrtle Bdwards, Helen 
Stewart, Mlgnou and Vera Stanley, 

oni'iiEUM (Henry I^ltner, nmonger).— 
Business was gmsl week of "fi. 

Notes.— Ilariinm A Bailey cum* Aug. U.I. 

The attractions at the lake resorls 

draw big crowds when the nights are warm. 
. . WlhrWimil Is offering al rung fea- 
tures Thn season so far has been too 

cool for the best results at the lake 

Mnnnger I, . N, Scot) returned July 20. from 
a booking trip to New York, 
• a 

iiiilntii, — At Ihe Lyceum (C. A. Marshall, 
manager) Ibe Hlllott. & Courtney Co. pre- 
sented "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. HjW* July 21V- 
'JO. It was well singed by Geo. Berry. 
Klcliardsnn Cotton did well with the leading 
roll'. Business was fair, Rlchnrds A 1'rlngle'* 
Minstrels appeared 2.'l, ftir two performance,*, 
to fair returns, Gorton's Minstrel* will give 
two performances fit). "On tho Bridge at 
Midnight" Aug. n, il. The Fall and Winter 
season begins on Aug. lit, wlllh "A Texas 
Steer." 

Mi ■nioi-iii.ii'AN (J. T. Condon, manager), 
will remain dark mil II Ihe latter part of 
August. The Clurn Mulbes Co. closed u two 
weeks' engagement July '.'II. 
- Pun mi Theatiih (W. J. Wells, manager). 
— Business Is not large, but II Is good for this 
lime of year. Company for Aug. 1 nnd 
week: The F.dwnrds, the Gale Brothers. l,oii 
DoiitblH. I'M. and Lucille Lowry, Kftla Moore, 
llenrv Biiickwooil. W, J. Wells and Ihe stock. 
The new iilny for the week Is called "Dlnkle 
nnd McGlniy." 

Bi.iiiii Theatre (Joe Mallland, manager). 
—Them Is no let up lo Ihe business here. 
People ure turned away ulghlly. Powers and 
Fox, In their musical net, take -well, and 
Johnnie Fox, In his hand Jitmtilng, and hand 
dancing, Is a big card, J. V, Mitchell, In 
Ilium rated songs; has caught on nicsly, and 
Allen Ttooue- mill Kdnn KeViy, In "The Lass, 
from Mavo," are a good team. The show 
close* with the moving' picture; "The 'Great 
Train llolihery," well huddled' by J, '.IV Mf- 
cietinn. Mas Wilson, whb was the rllnnlst 
at this housi', is' now at Winnipeg, Man., at 
Mr. Nosh's other house. 

gkstiiv iiiiiiriigiiH' Pony and Doo Show 




born al Clooucr, Minn., July Hi. 

4«» 



CANADA, 

" ' ■■ ■ 

Montreal.— At the Arena ( W. Ncr(hev, 
mnrtager) tho N«W York Comic Opera Cd„fn 
"Jack mid the Beanstalk." came to good lipnaea 
July HMMV "Thn Telephone Girl" Anfil-n; 

Journal Park (l.nvlgnn k Labile, mana- 
gers).— The oitemlaiice during th* week of 
July 24 was large. Tho attractions were: 
Clark mid Florrll*. the lllltouks, the Vive 
Daomail*,' Hilda. De OniO Hros,; (bd f,» 
vlgne'l Military llaml,' '_• Jlj3VtT 

Rivkhsiiim< Paiik (Al. Read, manager).— 
The park did u good iwatk'a'iuisiiiekfitit-HD. 
with thn following attractions: Smith and 
Wilson, Aiidriiiiln mill Lucie, Hume* and 
liewlsi May Augell, Duhiisvduii nnd company, 
HI Tom Ward. , 

| t i ' n 

Wiiniiiii-ur.- At tbe Wlanliiag 'rhMtre 
((V* P.'* Wnlk'cr, manager) "-"TIW) ' R*t(Jlr 
Prliicn" (inerii Co, opened a two week*' en- 
Kiigciaenl July LTV. mid Is doing good liusl 
ucss. A chiiugs of hill every night. 

An.iToiiii.it HiiMvtr.u GAll0Ki».~The Wil- 
lis Stock Co. holds the hoof da, and cohtlunca 
to draw good crowds. ' v . 

Tfrtl Bib Dominion Faik was ooenod Ull 
by Hi* Hbn. Clifford Sitfton, Minuter tiff M 
Interior, and Inriro crowd* w«rc in attend- 
ance. Tint long (1st or platfortu- attractions 
was hurci-Hsfully run off. The fair will con- 
tinue until Aug. 8. 

• » , i ■ 

Toronto,— At ljnnlan's Point (Mat D <*' 
manager) a ■good show and big bualnss* July 
Will). T|l« bill Included: Hslelle. O'Bl'len, 
Minnie Gruuvlllii, Gulluglier and IJI|1, Mnr- 
tln And Hulgeway, and the rjlectrlc City 
Oiilnict. f ■ . '• "•■• 

' Mi.'Niior, Park (W. linnks, triunngcr).— 
This placa of amusement I* drawing large 
crowds. Rill for weak of Aug, 1 : Primrose 
and llolilnff, J. W. Shcrrle, the Bernbnrds 
Ida O'Doy, Ihe Dc Fontaa, and llarrle Bedard 
Co. •• : • '• • 

B '■ 

HI, John.— At thC Otiera House (A; (). 

Skinner, manager)— J. w. Canklln's colored 
ciiinnlluns, III ' "On the L«ve«," ' gave I two 
perfnrinaiincs July 211, to vary good luislnels. 
Kntlieriiii" Holier and company am duo' Aug. 
IIWTJ. "The Volunlcer Organist" 2l»-;il..,.. 
"On thn Uvea" Co. left July M for Dlgby, 
N. H. Sirs. Win. Hums (colored), of fills 

city. Joined them hers 

tluciiic — At thn Auditorium Theatre 
(A. J. Small, manager) Paul CMfmmive and 
his French stool; company, In repertory, 
ended l heir season here July BO/- Their slay 
In Quebec wan a very profitable ono, and 
tbe audiences wars well pleased, The com- 
pany's rolurn will bo eagerly looked forward 

' •»» , r ' 

MmsiB and Moan) at write from Kngland 
that' their act Is' a big auccca* over there. 
After playing their time In the province*, 
they will open at tha Tlvoll, London, for four 
weeks, commencing Sept. 12, and have con- 
tracts for return engagement* In Europe for 
11)00 and lUOO. « • - • -...' • 

■+>» 
ltl.lll <:■:■> HATKH TO LOtlHVII.I.K. 

Via I'rnna>lvanla Hallronil, Aeronat 
lllennlitl l;iic»iii|inirnl, Kularhl* 

otVytMmm- ■ '-.'■• ■• -.,':,.--• 
On account of the Biennial Knrnmpment, 
Knlglit* of pyihin»/nfijoiilMTllle.' Wy;; Aug. 
HI to 211, KMM, the Pen ti sylvan In llallroOd 
Company will sell excursion ticket* to Louis- 
ville and return, from, all stations on II* 
lines, from Aug. 12 to in. Inclusive, at rate 
of «bv/le for*, Mat* 17.M' for the round tril. 
These ticket* will be good tor return paaaan, 
lo lenvi- Loidsvllle not later than Aog; ill, 
when validated by Joint Agent at Lonbrvllle 
B|K)n deposit of ticket- with Joint Agent, not 
later than Aug. 31, and payment of 00 (Ml*. 
an rxtciislon of rnturn Built mar be secured 
to leave Louisville to Sept. ID, Inclusive. 



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Berry | Berry 



FATJIIHE 



Formesly Rerry and Hughes, 

COMEDY MU8ICAI, DUO, 

AT LIBERTY FOR COMING 8EA8ON, 

Last season wtlh Sorlbner A Drew's Tiger Lilies Co. PASTOR'S THEATRE THI8 WEEK. 



MURRAY K MACKBT 

W A IM T 

Good, Useful Repertoire People. 

Rehearsals Aug. It. Tell all In first letter. Must be abls to Join at once. 

JOHN J. MURRAY. Mgr. Murray A Mackey Co., Parkersimrg, W. Va. 



REILLY & WOODS' BIG COMPANY. 

All neraone engaged for the above, report for rehearsal at MANHATTAN LYCEUM, 6 Kasl 4th St., 
N.Y., MONDAY, AUGUSTS. Acknowledge this hv letter. 

PAT RE1LI.Y, Manager, Sottth Atlantic Clly, N. J. 



Miniature Railroad Co. 

407 BROAOWAr, NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. 




COLO MEDAL 

SPECIAL 



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Hauling Capacity, 20 Tons. 

Earning 8 1 ,000 In six days. 

With prope r oare wil l last aByra, 

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SffMtiM, Tnin Agents b Cunssers Supplies 

We Always Have the Latest Novelties. 
Send for Our New Catalogue. 

til VERBAL SUPPLY CO., t*Xt1Piai\ 
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CONTRADTS 

nOKBTS, PASSES, CARDS, Etc SAMPLES. 
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BEN HORNER'S BAND 

En Bonis Q0LLHAR BROS.' CIRGU8, 



Waited, Pictnro Ba chines, Films, 

Phonograph?!, Gramophones, Records, Mechanical 
Figures auil odd show goods, also for sale. Address 
Box J&, PostottlceJ'lina., Pa. 

asi- ,8 f R AMMAN, 

ATTOBNET, BBS Broadway, .New Sort City, 



SPECIAL CALL 



OP 



RODNEY & KELLOGG ATTRACTIONS. 

PEOPLE ENGAGED POR EASTERN AMD WESTERS "MICHAEL STROOOFF" 
CO-H WITH THE TWO PAMOUS HUZZAR HANDS, PLEASE 
' ACKNOWLEDGE CALL BY LETTER. 

IE I NT Two A No. 1 LeadlogMen, two Heavy Men, four Comedians and eight General Business 
iMHa Actors; those Douhllng In BRA88 given preference. Also two Leading Ladies, two Ucavles 
and four General Business; TWO A ONE BAND LEADERS; NONE TOO 00OD. 

FOR THE RODNEY STOCK COMPANY, "EASTERN," 

niaisji A No. 1 Leading Man and Woman, Singing and Dancing Comedian and Soubrette: TWO OR 
IfAUll THREE CHILDREN, WITH HOT SPECIALTY, TO FEATURE. All most be first class. No 

m Performe'irsfor sny of the above address at once, O. BERT RODNEY, Manager, 

Tribune Building, care of National Show Print, CHICAGO, ILL. 
For HfOMsatlon regarding time for any of the above attractions, address - ■ ■• 
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MANUSCRIPT OF SONG POEMS, 
ORIGINAL MELODIES, 

Or COMPLETE WORKS, 

And ir they have any merit we have the facilities to make them go. All letters 
answered promptly. 

PIONEER PUBLISHING CO., 

208-ilOO Baltimore Bldg., CHICAGO, III, 



MAJOR SISTERS 

At Liberty for Coming Season, 

1TOVELTT DANCXXTG ACT. 

Perm, address, NEW YORK CLIPPER, or week or Aug. 1, 

SOIIJIER PARK, Montreal, Canada. 

DOMINION THEATRE, 

WINNIPEG. MAN., CANADA. 

ROW BEING BUILT AT A COST OP $00,000, 

Thi Most Beautiful Theatre in the Northwest Devoted to High Class Vaudeville. 

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OP AX e KYLE. 
EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES AND BOOKING AGENTS, 

IRELAND * ARMSTRONG, 

204 Schiller Bldg., CHICAGO, ILL. 



NOTICE, PERFORMERS PLAYING WASHINGTON, D. C. 

LARGE ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS. 
FINE TABLE BOARD. MODERATE RATES. 

ED. WATERBTJRT, Proprietor* 

THE WATERBDRY, 

Two blocks from Chase's, two blocks from Kernan's, one block from National, three blooks from 
Lafayette, two blocks from Columbia, four blocks from Academy. 

515 13th St., N. W„ Washington, P. C. 



-ML . H. BRO CK 

MANAGER or AGENT, 
T LIBE 



Owing to cancellation of my engagement with W. B Watson's AMERICAN Bl'RLESQUERS. Address 

WESTCHESTER HOUSE, Bowery and Stanton St., N. Y. C. 



Aug. 30, 31; Sept 1— DELAWARE— Aug, 30, 31; Sept 1, 

GRANGE FAIR and PICNIC 



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Attraction. You set the price anil. If rcasouiihlc, we pay tt. Address 

Brandy wine Springs Park, It. W. CROOK, General Manager Peoples' ity. Co., Wllm., Pel. 



BENNETT and RICH, 

MEETING WITH GREAT 8CCCE8S PRESENTING THEIR COMEDY ACT, . 

Xlxe German Recruit 

ADDRESS ALL AGENTS. 



WANTED, DRAMATIC PEOPLE. 

For PRESCOTT ft VEAZEY'S ATTRACTIONS, 

Capable Woman for Strong Peatnre Role, Character Womaa, Two Ingenae 
"'omen, Heavy Man, Juvenile Man, Character Man, Hustling, Sober Advance 
Man. One play only. We do not pay board. Manager* In Month .end open 
lime. Addresa PRESCOTT <v VEAZKY. 

No. 137 Carondelet St., Room No. IB, New Orleans, La. 



MURRAY COMEDY CO. 

WASTED— Han for Heavies, Character Man. Pianist. Light Juvenile (with specialties), a Host- 
ling Agent, a (iood Hot Specialty Team. ALL MUST BE FIRST CLASS. Send photos and full partic- 
ulars. Season opeus Sept. 6. Time all rilled. Address 

CH AS. LAMB, Mgr., care of Dollog Park. Springfield. Mo. 



IAI AaJTC T\ Fon GROSN-LYALL STOCK CO., Al Leading Man, Deary Msn 

If HI. I CU and Woman, Comedian with specialties Character Man and Woman. 
S. and I). Soubrette, Agent. Others write. Preference given those doing strong specialties. Most 
in 1 alile in ilrcss parts mid maki- good. Stale lowest salary. Pay your own. Season opens Ang. 14. 
RrhearnalH Aug. ?. Monte Lewis, Jack Lou In, wire. 

IIARRBLI. II. I.YAI.L, Manager, care Pollard's Agency. Ml F. -till St , Cincinnati, II. 



00 YOU WRITE SONGS? 



WE PUULISH THEM ON ROYALTY. 
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AUGUST 6. 



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TABLE OK COHTBST8. 

\l Iss UHplwr'M Anecdotes, Etc , 

VaiitlCTllle aud Minstrel.. TM 

The Leffel Trio— 8ketcb 534 

World of Playera 834 -i!ii 

Queries Answered B30 

our Chicago Letter... IU8 

Blanche Bine— Sketch 830 

Oar London letter , KM 

Clipper Post office 348 

Litest bt Telegraph ft39 

On tbe Road B39 

Vaudeville Route Mot li.1A.n40 

Chess and Clieekern Ml 

Sr» Tor* City— Ret lew and Comment .144 

With the BUI Posters Ml 

ruder the Tent* Ml 

Deaths in tbe Profession 1144 

Miscellaneous M4 

THEATRICAL CORRESPONDENCE. 

Oklahoma 538 

Oregon MO 

Ohio JiJi 

Maine MJ 

Louisiana M7 

Rhode Island B37 

District of Columbia S37 

Massachusetts ., B37 

Minnesota M7, M4 

Canada ,,............•.......•»•.. ■*> '17 

Indiana M§ 

renn»Tl»onli ■< 4.S 

California B48 

Mlrhlitan M8 

New York Slate MR 

Colorado M8 

Alabama ...i MO 

Virginia. Wisconsin Ml 

Missouri, Texas. Norlb Carolina M4 

Xentuekv, Tennessee. Washington 544 

Illinois. West Virginia 544' 

Iowa, North Carolina 544 



LATEST BY TEL EGRAPH. 

GOLDEN HATE GLEANING!!. 

"Mice and Men." "The Baffalo W> •- 
tery." "The Lady of Lyon.." "Ser- 
jeant James," "Shenandoah," "The 
Toreador" and "The Whirl of the 
Tona." 
especial Detpatehen fo Thk Nkw Yotk Clipper 
Ran Fbancisco, Aug. 2. — At the Colum- 
bia Theatre. Henry Miner & Co. ire in their 
second week, retaining "Mire and Men." 
Veil week marks tbe first production of 
•■Joseph Entaugled," and tbe appearance of. 

California Theatre. — This la the third 
and last week of Jules A Elmer Walters' 
Co , wben the piny will be "Tbe Buffalo 
Mystery." On Monday. Aug. 2I». Florence 
Robert*, begins a four weeks' engagement. 

alcazar Theatre. — Current Is tbe sixth 
week of White Whittlesey, when the ploy 
will be "The Lady of Lyons," and Eugenie 
Thais Lawton, of the Central Theatre, w<ll 
plgy the role of Pauline. It Is understood 
that when' Mr. Whittlesey goe« on the rood 
after the termination of his engagement 
here, that Miss Lawton will be his lending 

Central Theatre. — "Sergeant James" is 
this week's offering. 

Grand Opera House. — James Nelll and 
Co. are In their fifth week w'tb "Shenan- 
doah" as this week's bill. 

Tivor.i Opera House. — This Is the first 
time here of "The Toreador," which opened 
last night. 

Fischer's Theatre— On Monday, Aug. 1, 
"The Whirl of the Town" opened for the 
first time here, with Dorothy Morton, Nora 
Hayes, Bobby North, C'has. 0. Rice, Fred 
M. Cady, Ben Dillon, Edwin Clarke. It was 
the first appearance of Lionel Lawrence, and 
the reappearance of Flossie Hope, 

Orpheum. — Bill for week beginning July 
31 : Olive May and J. W. AlbaugC. Les 
niopas, Hughes Musical Trio, McCabe. Sa- 
bine and Vera, the Empire Comedy Four, 
Marcus and Oartelle, Charmlon. Abranoff, 
Decker nnd Russo, and tbe blograph. 

Chutes. — Programme for the week begin- 
ning Aug. 1 : Campbell and Johnston. Lowe. 
J. 'r. Devlne. Sully and Phelps, Foster and 
his dog, Edna Grant, and the anlmatlscope. 

Notes. — Flossie Hope, formerly of the 
team of Hope and Emerson, dancers, at 
Fischer's, has been re-engaged at that bouse, 
nnd will make her reappearance In tbe next 
play. .....It has been definitely arranged 

that, tbe tour of the Ben Greet company of 
London players, under the management of 
Chas. Frobman, will begin In California, the 
entire organization coming here direct from 
London, opening at the Greek Amphitheatre 
of tbe University of California, at Berkeley, 
on the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 1, wltb 
a prqdurtlon of "Hamlet." The season In this 
city Vlll begin at Lyric Hall Monday, Oct. 
3, when "Everyman will he given for one 
week, a second week belm* devoted to Eliza- 
bethan productions of Shakespeare's master 
pieces. The company will then tour tbe 
.states, and be under the local direction of 
Will L. Greennaum. Returning to this city, 
they Will present for the first time a miracle 
play, entitled "The Star of Bethlehem." writ- 
ten by Professor Gayley, of the State Uni- 
versity A new theatre, now in course 

of construction In tbe mission district of 
th|s city, corner Twenty-second and Mission 
Streets, will be completed Inside of ninety 
days. It Is being erected by J. Cbas. Green, 
for the Mission Amusement Co., of wblcb E. 
Fried Is general manager. It will be devoted 
to vaudeville, and will have a 50x20ft. stage, 
the auditorium seating eight hundred per- 
sons. This location will enable many persons 
residing at a distance from the centre of the 
city to attend a place of amusement near 
their homes. 

a 
FROM OTHER POINTS. 



Rain and Humidity Keep Down the 
Attendance In tlie East, Bat West- 
ern Points Report a Gonii Week's 
Oiieailnar. 

Boston, Aug. 2. — Extreme hot weather 
made the Indoor patronage light.. "Wood- 
land'' began, its fifteenth week at the Ire- 
mint, with a' goodly slied gathering. 'Ihe 
some may be said of "isle o! 8plce.' r at the 

nioue ; . ..Stock houses a little below 

standard. The bills: Castle Square. "Hazel 
Klrke." and Bowdoln Square. "Rip Van 

1 Inkle." .The vaudeville, stock and 

museum resorts suffered more or less from 
the beat. ...The out door amusements were 
largely patronized. 

Philadelphia, Aug. 2. — Very hot weather 
kept down attendance at tbe theatres last 
night, while storms cut Into business at tbe 
outdoor parks, consequently crowds were 

scarce. .• Vaudeville at Keith's, "Mr. 

Barnes, of New York" at the Bljon. and the 
J'lly Clay Burlesquers at the Lyceum all 
made good and drew good patronage. 

Kansas City, Aug. 2.— Richards A Prln- 
gle's Georgia Minstrels opened the season at 
the Glllls, Saturday night, July 30, to a big 
house, and both parks were packed Sunday. 
......At Forest Park, in Hopkins' Theatre 

lapluta was the headllner of a good vaude- 

Jlllo bill At Electric Park the Bands 

nossa started its fourth week At Sports- 
man Park Paln'B "LsbI Days of Pompeii' 
had good attendance for tbe third and last 
week. 

Washington . Aug. 2. — Tbe Bon Ton Bur- 
lesquers opened last night, with two perform- 
ances, at the Lyceum, to large business. Tbe 
Lyceum commences Its season under very fa- 
vorable conditions. All the other bouses are 
»» Wt closed. 

LouisviLM, Aug. 2. — Preatore and his 
band opened at Jockey Club Park before a 
good crowd. 

♦ «♦ — 

— Master Cbas. King, formerly of Hlgglns 
5. 0d ^' D ff- "•» a&fi wfth H. M. Rleis' "Cir- 
cus Qty" c«». . 



jj m Road. 

All Rostra Mast Reach la Not Later 
Than Monday. 

DRAMATIC. 

Albee Stock— Providence, R, 1., Aug. 1, Indel- 

olie. 
American Block (Oliver Martell, mrr.)— Sloox 
.,£']'• J*- Au «- »• Indefinite. 
Alhlna Stock— Peterson, N. J.. Aa«. 1, Indefinite. 
Buhler, Richard. Stock (Adam E. Fox. mgr.) — 

Atlantic City, N. J.. Aug. 1, indefinite. 
Bunting, Emma (Earl Burgess, mgr. )— Cortland, 

N. V.. Aug. 8-27. 
Baldwin-Melville (Walter S. Baldwin, mar.)— 

Cleveland, O., Aug. 1, Indefinite. 
Baldwlo-Melvllle (Walter S. Baldwin, ap.)- 

Baffalo, N. V., Aog. 1. Indefinite. 
Brackenrldte. Cbas., Stock (Breckeorlilgr, mgr.) 

— Sbreveport. La., Aug. 1-6. Muiccgee, In. 

Burhonan. Lorraine. Stock (Robert Mansfeld, 
mp.)— lola. Kan., An«. 1. Indefinite. 

Bufflntoo Stock (D. R. Bullnton, mgr.)— New 
Bedford. Mass., Ann. 1. Indefinite. 

""" Stock I Murray A Mackey, mgra.)— Mans- 
field. 0.. Aug. 1-27. 

Bellows Stock (Walter Clark Bellows. mzr.)— 
Denver. Colo., Aug. 1, indefinite. 

Broadway Stock— Denver, Colo., Aug. 1, Indefi. 
nlte. 

"Buster Brown" (M. B. Raymond, ngr.)— Chi- 
cago. III.. Ana;. 1-27. 

Chaae-Llster Tlieatre, A (Joseph Farrell. mar.) 
—Waterloo, la., Aog. 1-0, Iowa City 8-13. 

Carts Dramatic (M. H. Curia, mgr.)— Belle 
Konrclie, So. Dak.. Aug. 1-3. Wbltewood 4-fl. 
Slurgla 8-10. Rapid City 11-13. 

Cntter * William* Stock (W. R. Cutter A J. W. 
Williams, mars.)— Winchester, lnd., Aug. 1-fl, 
New Csstle 8-1.1 

Casino Stock (Robert Kane, mgr. )— Holyoke, 
Mass., Aug. 1. indefinite. 

Cnrrler. Mrs. Wen.. Stock (Win. Currier, mgr.) — 
Hnmlltoo. Can.. Aug. 1. Indefinite. 

"Child of the Slum*" (F. E. Johnson, mgr.) — 
N. Y. City Aug. 1-0. Baltimore. Md.. 8-13. 

DllaerCorDcll— Olean, S. I., Aug. 1-fl, Hmeih- 
port. Pa.. 8-13. 

Dale. Marie (W. E. Martin, mgr.)— Pine Blur, 
Ark.. Aug. l-o. 

De I.acour, Twin Slaters. Dramatic (De Lacoo? 
A Fields, mgra.)— Mlddletown. lnd.. Ang. ill. 

Douglass, Byron, Stock— Portland, Me., Ang. 1, 
Indefinite. 

Eclipse Stock (Lloyd A Center, mars. )— McCnr- 
taln. lnd. Ter.. Ang. 3. Sptro 5. Stlllwell 8. ». 
Slloam Springs. Ark., 10-l.T. 

Erans, Brandon (Harry Rennela. mgr.) — Newport 
Neva. Vs., Aug. 1. Indefinite. 

Edaall-WInthrop Stock (D. B. EilsaU, mgr.)— 
Cbarl.it le. N. C, Ang. 1-27. 

Elleford Slock— Portland. Ore., Aug. 1, indefi- 
nite. 

Eldon's Comedians (0. H. Elilon. mgr.)— Rich- 
mond, Mo., Aug. 1-8, Islington 8-lli, 

Electric Park Stock — Leavenworth, Kan., Aug. 1, 
Indefinite. 

Edwards" stock (Jefferson Hnll. mgr.) — Martlns- 
bnrg, W. V'a.. Ang. 8-27. 

Empire Stock — Columbus. O., Aug. 1-Sept. 3. 

"Eternal City" (I.lebler & Co.. mgrs.)— N. Y. 
City Aug. 4-20. 

French-lrrina: (Don Macmlllon, mgr.) — Dubuque. 
la.. Aug. 1-3, l.a Crosse. Wis.. 4 11. Sparta K-W 

FlskeStock (E. D. Flake ft T. V. Stock, mars.) 
—St. Johns. N. F.. Aug. 1-17. 

"Foxy Grandpa." Wm. A. Brady's — Atlantic 
City. N. L, Aug. 1-fl. 

"Fnr Her Sake" (Pilgrim A Elliott, tugrs.t— Cen- 
terTllle. la., Ang. 3. Osceola 4, Red Oak 5, 
Cleowood 6. Blair. N'eb.. 8, Denlwn. la.. P, 
Onawa 10. Walnut 11, Anita 12, Atlantic 13. 

laser. Vaugban, Slock— Cleveland, 0., Aug. I, 
Indefinite. 

Gsrrlek Stock (Jay Kusell. mgr.) — Mount Ver- 
non. O.. Aug. I, indefinite. 

Oarslde, Oondlt k Mack Big Stock (J. S. Oar- 
side, mar.)— St. John. S. D.. Auc. 1-0. 

Onddlng, Fred, Comedy (W. Walter Sbuttlewortb, 
mgr. ) — Lansing, Mich.. Ang. 1, Indefinite. 

"c.lrl of tbe Streets" (Decker A Yeronee, mgrs.) 
— Columbus, o.. Aug. 11-13. 

Howard Hall (Henry Plersoo, mgr.) — Boston, 
Mass.. Aug. 8-13. 

Haswell, Percy. Stock (Ceorie Fawcetl. mgr.) 
—St. Paul. Minn.. Ang. 1-Sept. 3. 

Herrmann lEdsard Tbnrnaer. mgr.) — Manhattan 
Beach, \. Y.. Ang. 1. indefinite. 

Hoeffler Show (Jack Hnefiler, mgr.) — Appletnn, 
Wis., Aug. 1, indefinite. 

Hoeffler. Jack. Eastern (W. Main, Bgr.)— Mar- 
slialltovrn. la.. Aug. 1-1 J. 

HoeHler, Jack. Western (Jack Hoefller, mgr.) — 
Mar.kato, Minn.. Ang. 1-13. 

Hulbert. Laura, Stock (Charles W. Burrlll, mgr.) 
— Kankakee, III., Ang. 1. Indefinite 

Duntley-Moore Stock— Atlantic City, N. J., Ang. 
1. Indefinite. 

Helsman Stock — Montgomery, Ala., Ang. 1, In- 
definite. 

Hyde Park Theatre— Anstln, Tex., Aug. 1, In- 
definite. 

Henderson Stock (W. J. k B. R. Henderson, 
■grs.) — Connersrllle. lnd.. Aug. 1-B. 

Hloltmnn Dramatic (Ony Hickman, mgr.) — Ot- 
tnmwa, In., Aug. 1-13. 

Hulbert, Myrtle— Peoria, 111.. Aug. 1-0. 

"Heart of Chicago." Lincoln I. Carter's— Colum- 
bus. O.. Aug. 1-3. 

"Holy City." Eastern (Cordon A Bennett, mgrs.) 
--Woodstock, 111.. Aug. 3, Slarengo 4, BeWulere 
B. Rockford 0. Portage. Wis.. 8. Stetena Point 
A. Warsaw 10, MursbOeld 11. Rblnelander 12, 
Ashland 13. 

"Holy City." Western (Gordon A Bennett, mgrs.) 
— Sprlnirfleld, III.. Aug. 4, Lincoln r>. Blooming- 
ton 0, Pekln T, Pontine 8. Princeton 9, Dixon 
10, Freeport 11. Kewanee 12. Danrllle 13. 

"Hottest Coon In Dixie" (Eugene Spofford, mgr.) 
—Chicago Heights. III.. July 31. Oxford, lnd., 
Ang. 1. Hoopeston, 111., 2. Danville 3, Clin- 
ton, lnd., 4. Terre Hante a. Bedford fl. West 
Baden 7, Bloomlngtnn 8. flreeoraslle 9, Craw- 
fordvllle 10, Lafayette 11, Huntington 12, Fort 
Wnvne 13. 

Imperial Stock (Col. fleorge Hamilton, mgr.)— 
St. Loale. Mo.. Aug. 1. Indefinite. 

"In the Shadow of the Gallows"— Columbus, O., 
Ang. 4 il. 

"Jumea Boyn In Mlasourl" (Frank Gatiolo. mgr.) 
—Charlotte, Hldi.. Ang. 3. Battle Creek 4. 
Coldwater 8. Lanalog 0, Saginaw T-10, Fort 
Watne, lnd., II, DanTllle. 111., 12, Terre 
Hante, lnd., 13. _ . , „ ,, 

Karroll. Dot (J. O. Welsh, mgr. )— Providence, 

R. L, Aug. ML . _ 

Klintslev-Huasell (E. B. Ruasell, mgr.)— Cham- 
paign. III.. Aug. 1-fl. Danville 8-13. 
Keller Stock (A. M. Keller, mgr.)— Mevada, Mo., 

Kennedy Players (J. R. Shannon, mgr.)— Daven- 
port, la.. Aug. 1-14. 

Lyceum Stock IE. G. Groijean, mgr.)— Altoona, 
Kan.. Aug. IB. Sedan S. Jefferson, O. T.. 9-13. 

Lake View Stock (Lew Silver, mir.)— Sbelmy- 
gan, Wia.. Aug. 1. Ineflnlte. 

Lorraine, Rhe— Hamilton. Can., Aug. 1-20. 
■Little Outcast" (George K. Gill, mgr.)— St. 
Louis. Mo.. July 81 -Aug. 6, Chicago. III.. 7-27. 

Miller, Henry, k Co. (Charles Frobman, mgr.)— 
Sun FranclKCfl. Cal.. Aug. 1, Indeflnlle. 

Murray A Mackey (John J. Murray, mgr.)— Park- 
ersb'urg, W. Va., Ana;. 1. lodeanlle. 

Marks Stock (Tom Marks, mgr.)— Sault 8te. Ma- 
rie. Mich., Aug. 1-n. , _ _ „ . 

Marks Brothers (Joe Jlarka. mgr.)— Perth, Ont.. 
Aug. 1. Indefinite. . 

Myers Stock (Him Allen, mgr.)— Seranton, Pa., 
Aug. 1-fl. Wllkesharre 8-lS. 

Melville Dramatic. (M Melville. tngr.)-Perry. 
Mo. Aug. ML New Uudoo 4-8, Palmyra 8-ll>. 

McGnlnness-Woodruff— Huntsvllle, Ala.. Aug. I- 

MIHe'r-Br'yan Stock (Frank F. Miller, mgr.)— Ba- 
ton Itouge, I *.. Aug. 1, Indefinite. 

Murray Comedy (J. R. Smith, mgr.)— Lima, O.. 
Aug. 1, IndeBnlte. . 

Majestic Stock— Detroit, Mich.. A«g. I, Indea- 

Maxnm k Blglita* C-Bnedlans (W. K. Maxam A J. 

W. Slihtn. mars )— Fertile. Mlno.. Ang. Id. 

Ada 8-10, Thief River Falla ll-l.l. 
"Mrs; Wlgga, of the Cabbage Patch" (Llebler A 

Co., mgrs.)-<!hleago. 111.. Aug. 1-27. 
Nelll. James (Charles Astor Parker mgr. >- 

San Francisco. Cal.. Aug. 1. ln . aell »"»^„,„ 
North Brothers Comedians (Frank C. Carter. 

mar.)— Dallaa, Tex., Aug. 1-fl. Pittsburg. Kan.. 

8-13 
National Stock (Charles B. Schad, mgr.)— Eliza- 

aWW'Ul ("• * «•««. 
mgr.)— Springfield. .III.. Aof. 1-12. 

New York Players (Hunter A Bradfield, mgra.)— 
Worcester. Mass., Aug. 10. . _ 

North Brothers Coroelans. Northern (Edward Pat- 
terson mcr.)-8loux Falls. So. Dak.. Aug. I. 

N.Monal Stock (J. AlbertDawwa, mgr.)-Hlnck- 

ley. ill.. Ang. I. Indefinite. 
Oriental Stock— Hunter. N, I.. Aa* 8. 



OrrlnOber Stock (lluab Kttluger, mgr.)— Still- 
water, MIiiii., Aug. I, lmletlnllc. 

"On the Brklzv at Midnight." fcsMeru (Frauk 
(lauuilo, mar. )— Chicago. III., Aug. 1-20. 

"On tbe Bridge at Mldstgkt," Western (Frank 
Hondo, mgr.) — West Superior. Wla., Aug. 4, 
Dttlutb, Minn.. B. fl. Hlblilng 7. Bralnerd 8, 
Crooks ton 9, Grand Fork, No. Dak., 10, Graf- 
ton 11, Winnipeg. Mao.. 12. 13. 

Payton'a, Corse, Stock (David J. Ramtge, mgr.) 
—Springfield. Mass.. Ang. 1-13. 

Paige. Mabel (Henry F. Wlllard A Co., mgrs.) 
— Montgomery, Ala., Ang. 2*27, 

Pay ton Slaters (Col. Franz Robertson, mgr.)— 
Mineral Wells. Tex., Aug. 113. 

Peters Stock (Will A. Peters, mgr.)— Charlotte. 
N. C . Aug. 1, Ineflnlte. 

Paxtang Stork (N, Appell, mgr.)— Harrlsburg. 
Pa.. Aag. 1, Indefinite. 

Poll Stock — Brlgeport, Coon., Aog, 1, Ineflnlte. 

Phoenix Park Stork (George II. Bell, mgr.)— 
Jacksonville, Fla„ Aug. 1. IndeBnlte. 

"Pretty Peggy" (Arthur C. Alston A J. Em- 
mett Baxter, mgrs.) — Newburgh, N. X., Ang. 
15, . 

"Queen of White Slaves", (A. H. Woods, mgr.)— 
N. Y. City Aug. S-13. 

"Queen of tbe Jnngles" (Weber A Oolllos, mgrs.) 
Asbury Park, N. J.. Aug. 2-3. Montlcelio. N. 
Y.. 0. rVtksklll 8. ». Liberty 10, Ellcnvlile II, 
Cateklil 12. Newtiurgi. 13. 

hyan stnek' (Daniel R. Ryan, mgr-)— Utlea, N. 
Y.. Ang. 1. Indefinite. 

Raymond. Ed.— Seattle, Wash,. Aug. 1. Indeflnlle. 

"Royal Slave," Northern (Gordon * Bennett. 
mars.) — Frankfort, Mich., Aug. 3, East Jordan 
4. Boyne City 5. Charlevoix (I. Petosky 8, 
Traverse City 8, Mancelona 10, Tbowpsoiivllle 
11, Big Raplda 12, Mount Pleasant 13. 

"Royal Slave." Southern (Gordon A Bennett, 
mgrs.)— Union City, Mich.. Aug. 3, Three Riv- 
ers 4, Coastantine S, Hastings 0, 

"Rabbits Font" (Pst Chapprlle, mgr.) — Cleve- 
land, Tenn.. Aug. 3, Cbattannoga 4, Tullaboma 
3, McMunnsvllle 0. 

Snow. Mortimer, Stock— Troy, N. Y., Ang. 1, In- 
definite. 

Spnoner Dramatic (F. E. Spooner, mgr.) — Phoe- 
nix, Ariz.. Aug. I -Sent. 3. 

Spencer Stock (.lames Hpeucer, aigr. ) — Wllriwood, 
N. J„ July 18 Sept. 10. 

Sterling Stock (William Trlplett, mgr.)— Doug- 
lass. Ken.. Aug. 1*3. 

Shirley, Jessie — Spokane, Wash., Ang. 1, Indefi- 
nite. 

Sbeedy Stock— New Bedford, Mass., Aug. 1, in- 
definite. 

Sites. Will C. Stock (Gilbert A Sites, mgrs.)— 
Center Square. Pa.. Aug. 1-Sept. 10. 

Taylor Slock (Albert Taylor, mgr.) — Deolson, 
Tex., Aug. 1-11. 

Troy, Donna. Stork (James L. Glass, mgr.) — 
Marvsvllle. «.. Ang. 1-13. 

"Two Merry Tramps" (Sherman McVenn, mgr.) — 
l.nillngtoii. Mich.. Aug. 8. Manistee 9, Kal- 
kaska 10. Traverse City II. 

"Texas Sleet" (M. Rice, mar.)— Traverse City. 
Mlcb.. Aug. 3. Petoskey 4. Sanlt Ste, Marie 
ft, Marqnetle <l. labt-emliig 8. Calumet 9. Han- 
cock 10, Asiilaud, Wis., 11, West Superior 12, 
Duiuili. Minn., 13. 

"Town Officer" (Eilwln F. Wentwortb, mgr.) — 
Sclioborle, N. Y.. Aug. ). Sharon Sprlucs 4. B, 
Cnblesklll il, Scbrnevua S. Stamford 9. Coop- 
erstnwti 10, Cberty Vsley 11, Fort Plain 12, 
Oneida 13. 

"Tea Nights in a Bar Room," Beecher A Stan- 
ley's (Walter J. McDonald, mar.) — Oak. Neb., 
Ang. 3. Davenport 4. Sblckley A. Geneva 0. 

t'lrlch Stock— Los Angeles, Cnl.. Aug. 1, Indefl- 
nlle. 

"Uncle Tom's Cabin." Stetson's. Western (Wm. 
Kibble, mrr. ) — Mancelona, Mlcb., Aug. 3, Kal- 
kaska 4, Cadillac ft. Mount Pleasant 0. Ithaca 
8. Cornnna fl. Howell 10, Nnrtbvllle II, Ply- 
mouth 12, Wayne 13. 

"llucle Tom's Cabin," Stetson's. Eastern (Geo. 
Peck, mgr.) — Freeport, X. Y., Ang. 3, Amlty- 
vllle, 4. Babylon A. Fay Sbore 0, Patcbogue 8, 
Southampton u, Sag Hnrbnr 10. 

"Uncle Tom's Cabin." Stetson's, Eastern (George 
Peck, mgr.) — Freeport, N. Y„ Aug. 3, Amlly- 
vllle 4, Babylon S, Bay Shore 0. 

Van Dyke A Eaton (F. Mack, mgr.)— Rack Is- 
land, III.. Aug. 1-27. 

Valamont Stock— Willlamsport, Pa., Aug. 1, lo- 
deflnlte. 

"Vlvlno'e Papas" (Rich A Harris, mgrs.) — Chi- 
cago, ill., Aug. 1-20. 

Welch. Joe (Sullivan, Harris A Woods, mgrs.) — 
Buffalo. N. Y.,.Aug. 8-13. 

Wilson, Frederick-- H. (0. M. Cotton, mgr.)— Al- 
bion. Mlcb., Aug. 1-0. Elkhart, lnd., 8-ISI.. 

Wiedemann Big Stock (Willis Bass, bus. mgr.) — 
Seattle. Wash., Ang. I -Oct. 8. 

Woodward Stock (0. D. Woodward, mgr.)— Kan- 
sas City, Mo.. Aug. 1, Ineflnlte. 

Weber Slock (Walter D. N'ealand, mgr.) — Sclien- 
ectady. K. Y.. Aug. I, indeflnlle. 

Walsh Stock, r.usece Powers— Woodstock. Ont., 
Aug. 1. Indefinite. 

Walters', Elmer A Jnle, Attractions — San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., Ang. l-ll. 

Wlnnlngcr Bros. Own (Frank Wlnnlnger, mgr.) 
— Escanaba, Mich., Ang. 1*14. 

"Wayward Sou"— Detroit. Mlcb.. .Inly ftl-Aug. 0. 

"What Women Will Do" (II. M. Hidden, mgr. ) 
— Cmwfardsvllle, lad., Ang. 3. Indianapolis 
4C. St. Lonls, Mo., 7-13. 

MUSICAL. 

Brooke's Chicago Marlae Band (Bert A. Hull, 
nigr,)— Chicago. HI., Aog. 1, iiulefinlle. 

Baiulo Rosea — Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 1, IndeB- 
nlte. 

Butler, Helen May, and her Ladles Military Bund 

. (J. Leslie Spshn, mgr.)— -Terre Haute, Intl., 
Aug. 1-0, Vlncennea 7-1,1. 

Black Pattl Troubadours (Vneckel A Nolan, mgrs.) 
—Part Jervls, N. Y„ Aug. 3, Mlddletown 4, 
Palersou. N. J., a, V, y. City N-13. 

Canadian Colored Concert (William Carter, mgr.) 
— Hamilton, Ont., Aug. 1, Indefinite. 

Concert Boys Band (L. Mercagilano, director.) — 
Dreamland, Coney Island, N. Y„ Aug. 1, In- 
definite. 

Duss Orchestra (J. S. Dues, director.)— Aabury 
Park. N. J., Aug. 1-13. 

■'Forbidden Land"— Chicago, III., Aug. 1, IndeB- 
nlte. 

"Girl from Dixie"— Manhattan Beach, N. Y., 
Ana. 10. 

Imperial Opera — New Orleans, l.a., Aug. 1-Sept. 

"Isle of Spire" (B. O. Whitney, mgr.)— Boston, 
Mass., Aug. 1, Indefinite. 

Kilties Band (T. P. J. Power, mgr.)— St. Louis, 
Mo., Ang. 1-13. 

Lyric Opers (Harry Lea Velle, mgr.) — 'Cycle 
Park, Dallas, Tex., Aug. R-Sept. 11. 

Mniihattau Opera— Elmlra, N. Y„ Aug. 1, Indefi- 
nite. 

McKee's Boston Ladles' Symphony Orchestra 
(Frank W. MrKee. mgr.)— Atlantic City, N. 

' J., Aug. 1-Sept. 15. 

"Maid ami the Mummy" — N, Y. City Aug. 1, 
Indeflnlle. 

New York Opera— Montreal, Can., Aag. 1, In- 
definite. 

Nuval Reserves Band (V. Roaatl, director.) — Cape 
May, N. J., Aug. 1-Sept. 2. 

I'helaii Opera (E. V. I'bvlao, mgr.) — Portland, 
Me., Aug. 1. IndeBnlte. 

Phasey Band (Hstulel V. Pbuaey, bandmaster.)— 
Clareiuont Park, Bronx, N. Y., Aug. 1-Sent. 10. 

Pryor's, Arthur. Band — Aabury Park, N. J., 
Aug. 1-Sept. ». 

Phlnaey's United States Baud (Fred S. Phlnney, 

mgr.)— Lima, 0., Aug. 1, 2, Milwaukee. Wla., 3- 
13. 't ' 

"Plff, I'auT, Pouf" (F. '0. Whitney, mgr.)— N. 
Y. City Ang. I, Indefinite. 

"Prince of Piltea" (Henry W. Savage, mgr.) — 
l/>ndon. Raj-.,' Ang. I . IndeBnlte. 

Robson Opera— Grand Haplda, Mich., Aug. 1-fl. 

Shannon's Twenty-third Regiment Band— Man- 
hattan Beacb. N. Y.. Ang. I, Indefinite. 

Rlafer'e Brooklyn Marine Band (C. M. Barnes. 
mgr.)— Brighton Beacb, N. t., Aug. 1, In- 
definite. 

Thome. Dalse. Opera (Lyman Kennard, mgr.) — 
Mobile. Ala.. Aug. 1, Indefinite. 

United Slates Marine Band — Cbevy Chase, Mil., 
Aug. I, IndeBnlte. 

Wills Musical Comedy (John B. Will*, Bar.) — 
I.aacaster. Pa., Aug. 1-0. 

"Woodland" (Henry W. Savage, mgr.) — Boston, 
Mass., Aug. 1, IndeOnlle. 

VARIETY. 

Boa Tona (Ed. Rusj, mgr.) — Plitsbnrg. Pa., Ang. 
8-13. 

De Leon's Comedians (I. Kent Cobn, mgr.) — Ko- 
kotno, lnd., Aug. 1. Iiulefinlle. 

Gay Morning Glories (Sam A. Rcrlbuer, mgr.) — 
S. Y. City Ang. 13-20. 

Gorman's Comedians — Worcester. Mass.. Aag. 1-fl. 

Hyde's Comedy (Robert D. Hyde, mgr.) — Ply- 
mouth. Me.. Aug. 4-11. Pittsflelil 8-10. 

Imperials (Harry w. Williams Jr., mgr.)— Pitta- 
imrg. Pa.. Aug. 1-0. 

Southern Vaudeville (K. P. Carl, mgr.) — Greens- 
boro. N. C, Aug. 1-7, Glomnvllle m.i:i. 

Wlltuo'a Georgui Herenadera— South Fraailagbam. 
Maas., Ang. Id, West Bronklleld sin. 

Wilton's (Jlobe Ttottera— West Brookfleld, Mass., 
Aag. 14. 



Wilton's Counsly- Wrlnler. Mats., Aug. I « 
MINHTUISLS. 

Brxaul A Seville's (Uus H. Savllle, augr.)— Bea- 
ver Falla, Pa., Aug. 10. 

Dockstader's (J. H. Decker, mgr.)— Albany, N. 
Y„ Ang. 3. 

Vleld's. Al. O.— Marlon, lud., Aug. II, Mansfield 
12, Akron 13. 

Faust, Ted K. (O. D. Cunningham, mgr. I— To- 
ledo. O.. Aug. 10. Saudusky II. Tlfflli 12. Chi- 
cago, III., 13. 

Field A llanson'a (Maurice Boom, mar.) — Middle- 
town, Conn., Aog. 1-fl, Mrrldrn 8-13. 

Gnrlon'a (O. C. Pearl, mgr. t— Grand Forks, No. 

&ak„ Ana 3. Winnipeg. Man., 3, 0, Fargo, No. 
ak.. H, Jameatowu V. 

Iloverly's (W. Franklin Ryley, mgr.)— Pittsburg, 
Pa.. Aug. 1-0. 

Imuerlala U. W. Gorman, mgr.) — Boston, .Mass., 
Aug. 1-0. 

Kersanda'. Btly (0. Jay Smith, mgr.)— nelvl- 
ilrrc, HI.. Aug. 3. Dixon 4, Mendota ft. Kewa- 
nee u, Peoria 7, Bloouilugton S. Pana 9. Anus 
10, Calm 11. Cartervllle 12. Mnrpbyslioro 13. 

Marlon A Pearl (Billy Pearl, mgr.)— PItlaburg, 
Pa.. Aug. 1-0. New Castle 8-13. 

Utopians (T. W. Dluklns, mgr.) — Washington, D. 
0.. Ang. S-13. 

Ward's, Harry— Smith Beud, lnd., Aug. l-ll, 
Springfield. 111., T, Decatur 8, Mount sterling 
9. lu, Hannibal. Mo., II, Qnlncy, III.. 12, 
Klrk-Tllle. Mo. 13. 

Wilton's Ideals— Southbrldge, Mass., Aug. 1-0, 
Westboru 8-13. 

TENT SHOWS. 

Barnum A Bailey's— Madison, Wla.. Aug. 3, 
Janesvllle 4, Rockford, III., S, Racine, Wis., 
il. Milwaukee 8. Fou Dn Lac 9. Oshkoah 10, 
Green Bay 11, Marinette 12, Escanaba, Mich., 
13. 

Buffalo Blll'a Wild West. Col. Wm. F. Cody- 
Glasgow. Scotlnud, Aug. Ill, Edinburgh HI3. 

CnmpMl Brothers— l.amolne, la., Aug. 2, Mount 
Arr 3, Grant City, Mo.. 4, Bethany B, King 
City 0, Mound City 8. 

Ely's, George S .— Cliene.yvllle, HI., Aug. 3. 

Foreiuugh A Sells Brothers— Burlington, Vt., 
Aug. 3. Montpeller 4, White River Juurlluti 
B, Bellows Falls o, Rutland 8. Saratoga. N. Y.. 
9. ..Amsterdam 10, Gloversvllle 11, I'tlca 12, 
Watertnwn 13. 

Gollmur Itrnthers — Council Bluff, la., Aug. 4, 
Manning ft, Oelvreln 0. Plattevllle, Wis., S, 
l.nocaster 9, Waterluwn 10. 

Hoig'S— (Iran. Mo.. Aug. 3. Mnrley 4. Blwlgelt ft. 

Jones'. Augustus— Glen CauipMI. I'n., Aug. 3, 
Cresson 4. Portage 3, Johnstown il, Stnystnwu 



S, Somerset It. 
{rllg- 



Kiilg6fa. C. H.— Eldorado, O.. Aug. 3, New 

Paris 4. Webster, lnd., fi, Fountain Oily II, 

I. vnii 8. 
Mslii. Walter L.— Bismarck. No. Dak.. Aug. 3, 

Dickinson 4, niendhe, Mont., ft, Miles City 

fl. Great Falls S. 
Mackay's (Audrew Mackay, mgr. )— SI. I^iuls, 

Mo., Ang. 1. IndeBnlte. 
Meluuro's— Motley, Mlun.. Aug. 3, Lincoln 4, 

ltamadall ■'• Koyallnu it, Glliuaii 8, Foley II, 

MMIrtl 10. 

Rohlusnn's. John — Cbauiliersburg. I'n., Aug. I, 
llagerslown. Mil.. 2. Alexandria. V ii . , 3, I'riHl- 
erlcksburg 4. Kliliinond ft. Petersburg H, Suf- 
folk 8. Norfolk II, Portsmouth in. 

Bice's Dog. Pony and Monkey (Charles Rice, 
mgr.)— Manhattan Reach, Cleveland, <>.. Aug. 

I. Indefinite. 

Spark's, Jobn— Whltesvllle, N. Y., Aug. 3, 
Smith's (E. G. Smith, uigr.)— Mnrlonvllle, I'n.. 

Ana. ft. Krlletlvllle II, Nebraska 8, Endeavor 9. 
Welsh Brothers — Hover. N. J., Aug. 3. Wrstrli-lil 

4, Kevporl B, Red Bank n. Long Rrnticb *. 

Asbury Park 9, Toms Itlver 10, Mount Holly 

II, lliimiiioutun 12, Woodbury 13. 
Wheeler's. Al. F.— South (ttselle, N. Y.. Aug. 

3, Clmlnn.'.tns 4. Ralnbrldge B, Morris il, (111- 
liertville 8, Olego O, I'na.lllln 10. Sidney Cen- 
tre 11, Franklin 12, Treadwell ill. 

MISCRLLANROIIS. 

Rostock's Trained Animal Arena (F. G. Rostock, 

mgr.) — Dreamland, Copey Island, N. Y., Aug. 

I, IndeBnlte. 
Buvllas' Big Sensation— Klluvllle, lnd., Aug. 3, 

Thornton 4, Dartlngtnn ft. Linden n. 
Coyle's Museum (E. R. Coyle, mgr.)— Wlunlneg, 

Man., Aug. 1-B. 
De Mack's, Billy, Big Show— Adair, lnd. Ter., 

Aug. 1-0. Big Cabin 8-13. 
Great Mntidy Show IP. J. Mundy, mgr.)— Winni- 
peg, Man., Aug. 1-B, Superior, Wis., 8 13. 
Great Falkluer Show— l'lelscbmaus, N. Y., Aug. 

B. 
Hotch-Adauis Carnival Co.— Wheeling, W, Vn., 

Aug. HI. 
Mllle A Kenneth Co. l.l. A. l.plgbton, tngr.)— 

Milton. S. il., Aug. 1-3, Milton Mills 4 il, Snll- 

bornvllls- S-10, Onlerylllc 11-13. 
Pain's "Burning of Homo" (II. B. Thcarle, gen. 

mgr. )— Pill shnrg, I'n., Aug. 1-0. 
Plcn* Amusement Co. — Oouverneiir, N. Y., Aug. 

1-8,' Carthage 8-13. 
Kl'crbeck's Show — Mnnlstiqne, Mlcb,. Auv. 7-9, 

Rapid River 10, Hernmnsvllle II, Duiibnr. 

Wis., 12, Rlilnelat'der 13. 
Swallow A Markle's Floating Palace— Naples, 

III.. Aug. 4, Mereilnsln ft, Havana u, KlugHlmi 

7, Peklu 8. Peoria 9. 



Arinstroug, Alblellc Turk, lluffulo, Alag. Id. 

A) ling, llerts-rl. Shea's. Buffalu, N. Y., Aug. III. 

Baader A La Velle Trio, Carulval, Stuart. , la., 

Aug. 1-0. 
Bard Bros., Keith's. Boston. Mass., Aug. 1-0. 
Baker, Rout., Godfrey's Pavilion. Grand Rapids, 

Mich.. Aug. Ml. .. 

Baker. Ben, Proctor's 23d Street, N. Y. 0., Aug. 

1-0. 
Ballerlnl. Mile.. Keith's, N. Y. C . Ang. 1-0. 
Barrlngton. Jos. P„ Palace. Bridlington, Bng., 

Aug. lu: Empire. York, 8-13. 
Bnnietis, Musical, Riverside Park, Bangor, Me., 

Aug. Ml. 
Barnes * Washburn. Pleasure Beacb, Bridgeport, 

Conn,. Aug. Ill; Proctor's fith Ave., N. Y. C. 

8- 13. 
Barrett Slaters, Ponce De Leou, Atlanta, Ga., 

Aug. 10. 
Barry A Wolford Trio, Alrott Beach. N. X., Aug. 

Balfoiir A Grraril, Howard. Boston. Aug. 8 13. 
Barry A Masou. GmlfMy's Pavlllou, Grand Rapldg, 

Mlcb., Aug. IB. 
Barretts, Juggling, C. O. II., Chicago. Aug. 1-0. 
Baker Tronpe, llnvernntor's, Atlantic City, Aug. 

Ml. 
Ballard. Dorothy. Temple, Detroit. Aug. 1-0. 
Bean A Hamilton, Temple, Detroit, Mlcb., Aag. 

Ml. 
Ilenner, Emily, Lake, Worcester, Mass., Aug. 

Ml. 
pirn.tclns. The, Casino Park, Kalamazoo, Mich., 

Aug. Ml. 
Bellclalre Bros., Keith's. N. Y. O, Aug. 1-0. 
Ilenrdsley Sisters— Morrlsou's, Rorkaway Beacb, 

N. Y„ Aug. HI. 
Belcher, Frank, Shea's, Buffalo, Aug. 1-0. 
Bentley, Musical, C. O. 11., Chicago, Aug. 1-8. 
Belmont, Atina, Empire, Glow-eater, Mass., Aug. 

113. 
Belmont, Joe, Keith's, Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 

Ml. 
Bell, Senator Frank, Onkford Park, Jeonetle, 

Pa., Ang. Ml. 
Ih-rry A lleiry. Pastor's, N. Y. 0., Ang. 10. 
llriiibnni A Freeman, Csenr d'Alene, Spokane, 

Wash., Aug. 1-0. 
Bluuey A cbapinsn, Hlverslde Park, Anderson, 

lnd., Aug. Ml. 
nickel A Watson, Forest Park, St. IauIs, Mo., 

Aug. 8-13. 
llljiiu Comedy Four, Southern Park, PItlaburg, 

Aug. Ml. 
Birch. Jobn, Luke, Worcester, Mass., Ang. l-ll. 
Illotidell, Llbble Amubl, Proctor's, Newark, N. 

J.. Aug. Ml. 
Bunifiuv. (leu, o., a Bertha Waltalnger, Farm, 

Toledo. n„ Aug. 10. 
Police A Ilyers, Casino, Providence, R, l„ Aug. 

Ml. 
Rnstona (31. Doyle's, Atlnnilc City. Aug, 1*0. 
Bowers A Curt la, Trent City, Cal., Aug. I fl; 

Burton II. II., Fresno, 8-13. 
n.oietll. Will.. A Co., Proctor's 23d Street, N. Y. 

a, Aug. mi. 

Roltomcly Brow., Doyle's. Atlantic City, N. J„ 

Aug. Ml. 
Ilosunkn A Itiulellffe, Jnrolia', I'enrln, ill., Aug. 

Ml. 
llriidys. Tbe. C. II. ||.. Chicago. 111., Ang. 8-13. 
Ilriiuiell a Kluilierly. Doyle's, Allsutlc City, Aug. 

Ml. 
Ilrenuans, Musical, Gins Park. Baltimore, Md., 

Aug. I It. 
Brlllnun, Tbe. Shell's, lluffulo, X. Y., Ang. 1-0. 
Ilriigilous |4I, Four Mile Cns-k I'nrk, Erie, Pa.. 

Aug. in. 
Ilroivu A Bnrtideltl. Solinier Park, Montreal, Oau.. 

Aug. l-ll. 
Bruce A Diilgiienu, Keith's, Boston, Mass., Aug. 

Ml. 
llrownluir Sisters, Pnu'tor's, Newark, N, J., 

Aug. s- 13. 
Brotmt Trio, Culllna' Garden, Columbus, 0., Aug. 

Ml. 
nrowti A llnrtoleltl, Sohmer Park Montreal, Can., 

Aug. I-U. 
Brown A Lillian Wright, Lnkemnnt Park, Allisma, 

Pa.. Aug. Ml. 
Brandon A Crouch, Doyle's, Atlantic Oily, N. ,T„ 

Aug. 10. 
BraildiH'k A Feenry, (litvernalor'a, Atlantic City, 

Aug. Ml. 
Burkes, Juggling, Victoria, San Jose, Cal., Aug. 

Ml. 
Buckley, Mr. A Mrs. (lhas., A (In., Pastor's. N. 

Y. City Aug. 1-U. 
Burns, Harry, Electric Park, Vlncennea, lnd,, 

Aug. MI. 
Burliui A Brooks. Sprlnalmnk Park, South Beud, 

lnd., Aug, l-U ; Ion Sberlilgti, Highland Park, 

III., 8 1,1. 
Bush A Gordon, Ingersoll Park, Den Moines, la., 

Aug. 1-13, 
Burden A Hebtin, Doyle's, Atlantic City, Aug. 1-0. 
Burt, Aniiu, c.Hi.ir I ..hi . Saudusky, (>., Aug. 1-0. 
Burliui A Hurion, Colitaihla, SI. Louis. Aug, 1-U, 



Qiudeville Route list. 



Burdock Slaters, Doyle's, Atlantic city, Aug. Ml. 
Burger, Prof. I,., A Son, Novel ly, Dei 
Aug. Mi. 



This Hat la made tap ai nearly ac- 
curate as It la poaalble to make m Hat 
of van devil I r booLlngi. To Insure In- 
sertion In this department tbe nana 
at the theatre or park, aa well aa Ihe 
city or town, MUST accompany each 
booking; sent na. 

Abramoff. Orpheum. Sun Francisco, Aug. 1-fl. 
Adlrr, Flo, Sans Soncl, Chicago. Aug. Ml. 
Adams A Swinburne, Doyle's, Atlantic Oily, Ang. 

Ml. 
Aduios A Drew, Delmllng's, Rockaway, N. Y., 
- Aug. 1-U; Pastor's, N. Y. C. 8-13. 
Adams, Mulsdle A Co., Proctor's 23d Street, N. 

Y. I'., Aug. l-o, 
Addison A Thompson, Electric, Spokane, Wash., 

AUg. 1-0. 
Adams. Frank A Ida, Sprlug Brook Park, Soulli 

Bend. lud.. Aug. 1-0. 
Addison A Livingston, Edison Theatre, Sjsikonc, 

Wash., Aug. Ml. i 

Aherna, The, Oleuiangy Park, Coliimbits, ()., Auc, 

Ml. 
Alox A Zola, Onveriiator'a, Allonllc (Illy, Aug. 

1-0. 
Alalmma Comeily Four, A. A H., lluslon, Mass., 

Aug. Ml. 
Alton A ThelniB, Heiiilcrsou's, Coney Island, N. 

Y., Aug. I II. 
Alexander. Geo. B., A Co,, Park Theatre, lis- 

youiie. N. J., Aug. 8-13. 
Allen, Dooiie A Co., BIJou, Marinette, Wis., Aug. 

l-ll. 
Allen, I.cuii A Bertie, Beacon Park, Webalcr, 

Mass.. Aug. Ml. 
Allien A Lee, Vulley Park, Jubnslown, Pa., Aug. 

Ml. 
Aldrli'h, Cbas. T„ Paradise Knof, N, Y, (I.. Aug. 

Alexander A lloffman. Proctor's Bib Ave., N. 

Y. C. Aug. 1-0. 
A Hun I os A llsltruin, Kellh's, Boston, Mass., Aug. 
' 1-0. 
Alliums. The, Crystal, Denver, Oil., Aug, III, 

Aug. Ml. 
Ahiu A Armour, Central Park, Alleulown, Pa., 

Aug. 1-fl. 
Alexandrine, Mile., Luna I'nrk, Outer Island, 

N. Y„ Aug. I II. 
Allen A Delmaln, Athletic Park. Buffalo, Aug, 

1-0. 
Allalne A Cavllle, Novelty Grand, Fresno, Cal., 

Aug. 1-fl. 
Alfnno, Prof. A.. Olympic Park, Newark, N. J., 

Aug. Ml. 
Allyns, Geo. A Sophia, Oiney Island, Cincin- 
nati, Oh Aug. Ml. 
Aoiums, Myra, Freehoily Park, New|iort, II. I., 

Ang. Ml. 
Aniulla A Manoln. Ulahna Park. Salt Lake City, 

E, Aug. Ml. 
American Beauties, Way's, llcnersnn's, Oiney Is- 
land, S. Y.. Aug. ML 
Amnions A While, Elmer's Park, Burlington, la., 

Aug. Ml. 
Andrews. BIJou. Norfolk. Va., Ang. l-ll. 
Antonio, Mile., Luna Park, Oiney Island, N. V., 

Aug. 1-fl. 
Armlnta A Burke, Solent Willows, Salem, Mass., 

Ang. 1-fl. 
Archer A Crooker. Nunley's. South Beach, S. L, 
Ash A Phillips, ilufernalor's. Atlantic City, Aug, 

1-0. 
Ascot t. RaMsr, A Co., Pastor's, N. Y. Clly, Aug. 

10. 
Asblon, .losle, Luna Park, Oiney Island, N. V., 

Ang. Mi. 
Austin A Peters, Ross Park, Bingbaotou, N. Y., 

Aug. 10. 
Avalu* (2), Cleveland's, Chicago, Aug. 1-fl. 



Byrne A West, Clly Park, Saratoga, N. X„ Aug. 

Byron Comeily Four, Dreamland, Coney Island. 

N. Y., At|g. Ml. 
Caffey A Grant, Doyle's. Atliiiillc City, Aug. Ml; 

Chestnut Hill Park. I'lillu.. 8-13. 
Curler A Itoaa. Wrosl's, Peoria, III., Aug. 1-fl. 
Cain A Hunter. Manilla Park, Tontaipta, Pa., Aog. 

Campbell, flits, Waldmneer Park, Erie, Pa., Aug. 

1-fl. 
Oaroiunlella, Lagoon Park, Cincinnati, 0„ Aug. 

1-0: Oak Summit Park, Evanavllle. lnd., 8-13, 
Caldwell. Fred, lllaliu, Elmlra, N. Y„ Aug. Ml. 



"aT- 
Cnrlln A Otto, Casino, Toledo. ()., Aug. 1-fl. 
arrlck, Hi 
Aug. Ml 



Carrlck, Baby, Ocean Pier, Atlantic 



tig. 1-fl. 
City, N. 



J.. 



Cameron A Toledo, Crystal, Denver, Colo., Aug. 

1-0. 
Carter, Mr. A Mrs. Carl, Ediplre. Seattle, Wash,, 

Aug. 1-0: Edison. Everett, 8-13, 
CoHtuuns, Tbe, Otiveriistiir's, Atlantic Clly, Aug. 

l-ll. 
Carlos, Cbas., A Dogs. Woolwurlh's, Lanesiter. 

I'a., Aug. 1-0; Olensi Park, Jamestown, N. Y., 

H-13. 
Carney * irlynn, Doyle's. Atlantic City, Ang. 1-0. 
Cablll, J, P.. Southern Park. Flltshnrg, Aug. 1-0. 
Cautpliell A Jolitislon, (littles, San Fran., Aug. 

1 Jl. 
Carey A Oilier, Ouvertiator'a, Atlantic City, Aug. 

I- III. 
Carrie, Mile.. Cheater Park. Cincinnati. 0., Aug. 

Ml; l.ukcrlew Park. Ft. Wayne, lnd., 8-13. 
Carter A Blufonl, Oiitrul Park, Dunkirk, N. »'., 

Aug. Ml. 
Casey A \* Clair, Coslno, Toledo, O., Aag. 1-0. 
Castle A Collins, Stinimll Park, Utlea, N. Y., 

Aug. 1-0. 
(liirlelon. AL, Spring Brook Park, Sprlngflald, 0„ 

Oistefiat A Hall, Ouvernator'a, Atlantic Clly, 

Aug. 1-0. 
('aids, A. K.. (1. O, ll„ Chicago. Aug. 1-fl. 
Cainlllo A Fnna, I. nun Park, Coney Island, N. Y., 

Aug. 1-0. 
Caviiu, Minis., Empire, Ashtabula llarlinr, O., 

Aug. 1-0. 
Chudwlek Trio, Central Park, Allentown, Pa., 

AtNf. 1-0. 
Chriatoiilier. Boyd Park, Peru, lnd., Aug. 1-0, 
Cherry A Bales, Lima Park, Coney Island, N. Y., 

Aug. Ml. 
Chnrlters. The, (I, 0. II.. Chicago. Aug. 1-0. 
Clinmeroys, The, Lake Chuiiucey, Westlaro, Maas., 

Aug. Ml. 
Chliupillln, Princess, Elilrldge Park, Elmlra, N. 

V„ Aug. 10, ' 

charmlon. Orpheum, Sun Francisco, Aag, Ml. 
Claudius A Oirhlu. Temple, Detroit. Aug. Ml, 
C|ark. John I'., Reeves' Park. Fosriirla, (1„ Ang. 

Ml; Park, Erie, Pa.. 8-13, 
Clemo A Cassela. Wltitergmve Park, Louisville, 

Ky„ Aug, Ml. 
Clltuon A Wilson. Rlnllo. Elmlra, N. Y„ Aug. 

Coiies, Billy, A. A S„ Boston. Mass., Aug. Ml. 
Corlnne, Shea's. Hnffaln. N. Y., Aug. Ml. 
Courllaud, Harry, Doyle's, Atlantic City. Aug. 

1-0. 
Connelly Slaters (3), Lagoon Park, Cincinnati, 

ii.. Aug. Ml. 
< 'onrrr. Marie. Blallo. N. Y.. Aug. Ml. 
Conn A Cinirnd, Keith's, Philadelphia, Pa., Aug, 

Cnwnn, Frank, Shaffer's (tardea, Columbus, ().. 

Aug. 1-13. 
Collins A Hurt, Paradise Roof, X. Y. 0., Ang. 1-0. 

Colby Family. Hans Sand, Chicago, III., July 

:il-Ang. 0. 
Cooke A Rolbert, New Moulin Ronge, Paris, »., 

Aug. 1-31. 
Cox, Ray, Temple, Detroit, Mich.. Aug, 10; 

Monroe Park. Toronto Can., 8-13, 
Cole, Dnllne, Dreamland, Coney Island, N. Y„ 

Aug. Ml. 
Cox, Kay. Temple, Detroit, Aug. 1-0. 
Collins A Vnek, Electric Park, Albany, N. Y., 

Aug. Ml. 
Cogan A Bancroft, Four Mile Creek, Erie, Pa., 

Aug. Ml. 
Crane, Mr. A Mrs. Gardner. Avon Park, Youngs. 

town, O., Aug. 1-0; Farm Tbealra, Toledo, 

7-lfl. 



540 



Cole A Johnson, 0. 0. 
Cox Fenny. Urand, 



H.. Chicago, 
VlntorU. ■». 



jjlUlnghain. Wish.. 1 



AM. 1* 
0., AUf. 



THE. 1$WK YQBK CUPffffP- 

•i Lut/toronto, S AM. UhWn™, OMwfc Park, Oaklind, Me.. AM. gM feSlRj 



Ap^ysT6. 



lr. A Un., 



o Park, Youngatown 

Brook 



V., 

am* 

Ang. 

Aug. 



hlgJiD 



island, N. 



Cnw> 

Crft£ : Riciiy W.. Lakeside Perk. West 
add, Mass.. Aug. 1-8; Hallway Pirk, ". 

Cuolt^'Musleal, Hcnderson'1, Coney HI*"". "•• 

D's'intf^Vs, 'Belt, Oakland, Oil.. AM. 1* 
Daniel", Blanche, Casino, ProTldence, B. I., AM. 

Darrow, Mr. A Mrs. Btttirt. Nornmhega Park, 

Auburodale, Mm;.. Aug. 1-fl. B-imi,. 

Datla A Wlison, Queen City Oirdens, BItnlri, 

l)^i.ii:' MiSy 'Walto. Klmhr. N. Y.. A ug. 1-6. 

Davidson, Abbott, Bldrlilge Park, Hljalra., «• 

Aug- 10; Renwlck Park, Ithaci, 8-18. 
Jjiinforth. Peart, Like. Worcester, lite, 

Duly", Three, Coney Inland, Cincinnati, 0., 

Duly.' Thornton, Atlantic Garden, N. Y. 0., 

Deiroj, Hlile. Rlallo, Elmlri, K. V.. AM I/O. 
Kinney A Ostella, Washington Park, HlcbUfl 

City, Inil., Aim. I4.-'- , , . 

Donne. Sydney, Shea's, Buffalo, Aug. 1-fl. 
Do Mott. Louise, Luna Park, Coney 

Drliiiore. John ft Emily, Coney lalaod, Cincinnati, 

Mturelhfft fjlessando. shea's. Buffalo. Am. 1_0. 
Demunlo * Belle, Cascade Park, New Ciitle, Pa., 

Dovlii' Slatera, Shea's, Buffalo. Am.' |*' ' „ 
Dutlne. J. T., Chutes, Han Fran., Aw 1-0. 
De WpIsp. Jennie. Scbiefcr's Garden. Columbus, 

()..' Aug. 1-0; l.lndanwald Park, 8-1.1. 
l)e V Voy. Kuiotelt A Co., Clevelin-d's, Chicago, Aug. 

Decker & Raaso, Orphcum, Han Fran.. Aug. 1-0. 
De MM Slatera, Bleetrlc Park, Albany, N. \ 

Aug. 1-0; Morrison's. Rockaway Reach. 8 
DelbeM Slatera, Kelth'a, . Pblladeljbll, Pa., 

Delators A Dan-ell, Couay Island, Cincinnati, 

Drveiir A Shurlx, Doyle's. Atlintln City. Aug. 10. 
DelaiHl, Obis.. A Co.. 0. O. hi, Chicago, A tig. M. 
lie Mutbs. The. Tumbling Dam Park. Btldgjton, 
N. I„ Aug. 1-0: Caalno Park,- Cape May. 8-13. 
De Wit. Burna A Torrence, Farm, Toledo, 0., 

Dlion ' A ilolinca, Woolwortb's, Lancaster, O., 

DuMuli A Ituaacll, Freebody Park, Fostorla, 0„ 

I.. Aug. 10. 
l)oj li- A (.ranger, 

lAa.ne.' Allen, Bl>>u, Blarlnelte, WHa., Aug. I- 
ii: iiniiiioKh s-13. 

lluliprty'a Foodies, KcllU'i, Boston, Mom., Aug. 
It).- 1 

Dohui, Roger A Belle, Spring Lake Park, Tren- 
ton, N. J„ Aug. 10. 

Dorothea Misters, Meyers' Lake, Canton, 0-, Aug. 
1-0. 

Doyle, Dancing. Casino. Toledo, 0., Aug. T-13. 

Drews, The, Weaat's, Teorla, III.. Aug. }•«. 

Iiiimniit Mlstcra, Henderson's-, Coney Island, N. 

y., Aug. MS „ _ „, 

Duinoii, Daisy, Proctor's S3d Street, N. T. City, 

Aug. 111. 
Diipre* A Duprec, Ererett, TIIBn, 0,. 
Dunworlh, Fred, Proctor's, Newark, 

1-0. 

Dunbar A Beecltcr, Bijou, Norfolk, Vn,. Aug. 1 -as. 
■Karl' A Wilson, Keith's, Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 

1,0.- 
rMwal-d*. Cbas., A Co., Lake, Worcester, Mail., 

n l y!; 



1-6 i 



Oonlon, Don, Ilanlon 
I rt - ■ lag" "" "" ' 

' Urinat, Loula, New York. 

' flrego'ry A (loafs Proctor' 

Aoaj. l-«. ■■■ 
Oranellle. Minnie, Bronson 

Aug. 1-0. --• ' . 

Orau. Kto. Brighton Bestb 
ciraftl. Well. Auditorium, N-~-.-. - .,-. 
flregaons. The, » arm. Tqledo, 0.. Aog. 

H»rlnabaDk-Park, Iondna, Oat.. 8-13.- - ■ 

(.rant! 'klna, »uW,^8.* ; Pf«neIae», AM. l-«. 
ilnerrero, Rosirio, Neir York Hoof, N. T. 0., AM. 

Ilsnrey A Doane, MoMey Part, Rome. 01., Aog. 

Hathaway, Belle, raator'a. N. Y. 0.. Ang. 10. 
Hirrlgan, Caalno, Toledo. O., Am- »•»• ' .„ 
Hart. Hadlo. Park, Caalno, DenTaon, Tea., Aug. 

Hainri.oii.1 A Forrester. O. O. ;H., Chicago. Aug. 

Ml; Coliunlila, HI. Uul". H-I'l- , „ _ .... 

Ilavwarri A Hayward, Pastor'a, N. Y. 0./ Aug. 

Hart.' Kitty. Bljon. Osbkoah, Wis., Ang. l-«; BL 

km, Marinette, 8-13. _ , „ 

Halbaw.y A Walton, Freebooy Park. Newport, 

Harris "A aferlo, 'flarrlck, Atlantic City. N. J., 

Ilnrdir. Toto, Uolllna' Uarden, Columbua, 0-, Aug. 

im; 0. O. H.. Ohlctgo, III.. 813. ...... 

Hirt, Willi* A Kdllb, Bteeplechaae Pier, Atlantic 

City. Aug. 1-0. •'■ _ , _. , . 

Hamnn A Drew, Bprlna Drove Park, BprlniBeld, 

lla'fnes^'cre'wi. Kalth's, N, Y. C, Aug. »■«.,. 
Hart, wlllle A Edith, Hteeplecbane Pier, Atlantic 

Hpti-V 'Brotbpr| A ul's|ilO.' Norfolk. V;..AM. J" 

Hehttn A Hayes, Lajoon Wsliil, Albany, N. 
XlU. 1-0. 




La'fiSr. rrifc. aid dM. "9K&J S'^ia^JLVrS' 
InaMn. Ps;, Aug. Ml Carnlwl, Wlynesburg, 

ft, "IB ..) 

Li Teli Brotbera, Park. Trenton, N. I., Am- JO: 

Olympic Park, Hilton. 8-1.1. „„ . „ , 
I* Belle, Wta.. Olympic Park, Newirk. N. J.. 

I,. A !rfoliievThe. flohniber Pitk. «™*T£ £'"." 
AUg, 14 i Uke Ontario Pitk, Klngalon, Can^ 

La Boy«, The, Proctor'a 23d 8treat/N. Y. 0.. Aug. 
LaUbert A Pelrce, Sea Beicn Park. Keyport, N. 
Lloyd * n Lnwr*nce, Clereland'a, Chicago. Aug. 1-0. 
Le Olilr A Bowen, Doyle'a, Atlantic City, Aug. 

Le-Milm A H.ildsworth, Caalno, Aklu, K. Y., 

I^AlV*.' Hddle. Chester Park, , ChjcllDiU, 0.. Aug. 
\*: Lakerlew Park. to. „ Wayne. Ind.. .-13. 
rorrie. l;lttle, Proctor'a 23d Street, N. Y. 0„ 



Park. PHUburg. Aug. IS. 
atandard, St.,Louht, Mo., 

mplp.^A^Ubuiik? Prto'' °" 

Beach Caalno, Brldgo- 

(3ro»c, Tamaqiui, Pi.. 

Ooeap Pier, Atlantic City, 

TttT F'oreat Ca.ino. Boeky Point, B. I 

Milton, Ingtraoll Park, 

N. J., 



Stlckiiey. Bobt. Jr., Luni Park, Coney l,] a » 

N, V-, Aug. 1-0. • ( ■> ' 

Mart elous, Luna Park, Coney Island, N 



Btonea, 



Stiu ey *f W laon. 0. 0. U-.Cb 
Sully A Phfips. Chutea, Ban Pri 
am Varolly, WaTdameer Park, 



Chicago, 
TfUgka, Aig."l«. 



Aug- 10. 

*7«r..rpVfA 1 „,: 

Bocky Point, 



II. 1., 



Dps 



Atlantic City, 



III., 



Aug. 
AUK. 

111. 



1-0. 

l-e. 

Aug. 



ueri, uniino. norm,*. ••.,«»•.•-». 
Eaj| LJijooa lalahd, Albany, N. 1., 



Ilaj-iSi Toniiny. Celoron, Jameatown, N. Y., 
' Youngatown, O.. 8-10. 



Aug. 



1.1. 
Aug. 

Aug. 



Far pi, Toledo, (>-, Am. 1-0; 
ittverilde Park, Montreal, 
Joe* a". Athletic Park, Buffalo. Aug. 
N, Y. C. 



Aug. 



O., 



liNrea' Park, Foatorla, ()., 



Aug. 
N. "j., 



Aug. 



Aug. Ml. 
Kllhoro Hlstera. Woolnorth's Boof Garden 

caster, Pa., Aug. 1-6; Hbea'a, Buffalo, 

N-in. 

toldrlilgp, Prras, Foi-est Park. 81. I/>nla, Aug. T-13 
Klectrli: Comeily Four, Keith's, N. Y. City, Aug. 

l-o; Kelth'a. Pbllideljbui. Pa„ 8-1B. 
■Kltn-ni, Brooke, Mlewlhl Park, Newark, O., Aug. 

1-0. 
Klllutt A Falla, Ouvernator'a, Atlantic city, N. 

J.. Aug. i li- 
Umpire Conioily Four, Orpheuin. 8an Francisco, 

|>I., Aug. 1-13. 
r.uiiierni-H of Music 1 1, Root Harden, N. Y. 0., 

Aug. 1 II. 
K.i.plfe Oily Qunrtetlp. Kurtl g A Searoon'a 

Arernu lllcr, llockawiiy. N. Y., Aug. 1-0. 
Kugllsli (llrla (Mi, Temple, ltetrolt, Aug. 10. 
Kruaat, Charles, Pgalar'a, N. Y. City. Aug. 1-0. 
ISntelle, Kllaabeth, Mora Park, Youugetowu, 0., 

AM. 1-4J. ■ • 7 "' 

Kverett Hilatera, Monte Carlo Theatre, Nome, 
■ Alaaka, Aug. 1-30. . 

Farley, Jauiea A Bouue, Lakeside Park, Weat 

rtrookHpTd, Maw... Aug. 1-0. 
Fslanlo, Keith's, N. Y. 0„ Aug, 10; Phlla., 8- 

ill. .■ , ■. 

Fa(k. I-Jlpumir, Paradlne llouf, N. Y. 0., Aug. 10. 
Fiiriiuin. Hud, Maiiuliui's Park, HI. Louis, Aug. 

I-'sUtns (!1), Orpheuin, Han llprnnrdluo, Oal,, Am* 

1'alrpilililH, Tlie, Bellner Park, Sheboygan, Wis., 

Fr'iinftls "(i), Doyle'a, Allniitle City. Ang. 1-0. 
I'enis, l->l., IliJ.ni. Oalik.Mh, Wla„ Aug. Ill; Bl- 

Imi. Diilutli. ri-i;i. 
l-'prgusou k lleeaou, Caalno Park, Mansnetd, 0., 

Aug. 1,0, ■ • 

I-VitIs & Fay, A. & ri., Boston. Mass., Aw 1-0. 
Ksrgiisau : & Howe, Doyle'a, Atlantic City, Aug. 

Fergiisou A I'ansmure, Manhattan Beach, Denrer, 

Colo., Aug. VUi 0. 0. H„ Chicago, til.. 8-131 
I'chsIpJ-, .liigglliut. Lake View Park, Terre Haute. 

Hid.. Am, 1-0. 
Kaululle, Harry. Manlon'a Point,' Toronto. Can., 

Aug. 1-0; Luke Ontario 1'nrk. Kingston. 8-13. 
l'leher, Mr. A -Mrs, Perkins, Casino, Toledo, (),. 

Aug. Ml; Itohlson Park, Fort Wayne, Ind., 8- 

13. 
Fisher, Will H„ CI.PHlnut Hill Park, Phlla., AM- 
II. 



1-tl; Idora Park 
Harris A Waltei-s, 

Akron, 8-W, 
Iluillngluu. llail J. 

Can., Aug. 1-0 
Hardinan, Jo 

l-tt - 
Harrison. Minnie. Proctor'a 3th Are., 

Am- 9-\ii. 
Helena, Kdlth. Marlgny, Paris, Fr. 

llpthert A Nolan, Coney Island, Cincinnati, 

-Aug- 1-0. _..,,.» 

Hcclow, Ohai., Lakemout Park, Altoona, Pp., 

lleeley A Meely. Empire, I^tidon, Em-. Am- 

•1.8: New Croaa, London, 8-18. 
llerbart, Carl, Piator'a, N. Y. Cltr, AM- l* 
lledrlx A Prescott, Keltb'a, Boitoa. Mass., AM* 

Heurv. Kugene, The Evereat, TUBn, O., Aug- 

1-ti; Hliwatba Park, M«uat Vernon 7-18. 
Herbert, Mabel, Caalno, Rocky Point, B. I., Aug. 

Henderson A Rosa, Cheater Park, Cincinnati. O., 
Aug. 10; Lake View Park, Torre Haute, Ind., 
7-18. 

Henry, Louise, Casino, Toledo, O., Aug. M. . 

Heron, Kddlc, A Co., Shea'a, Buffalo, Aug. 1-0. 

Herber'a, FItc Flying, Luna Park, Coney Inland, 

Hllli Will, Luna Park, Coney Taland, N. Y., Aug. 

I.A 

Hill A f»yl»aol, Pirndlao Roof, N. Y. 0., Aug, 10. 
lllhes A Remington. C. O. H., Chicago, Aug. 1-0; 

Columbia. 8t. Loula, 8-18. 
Hoey A I/*e. Temple. Detroit. Aug. 1-0, 
lioch HltOD Co., Wpolworth, Lancaster, l'a„ Aug. 

Rolmea A Dean. Oodlroy'a Pulllon, Grind Biplda, 

Mich., Aug. 1-8. ■ 

Hoyt A nurke. Lake, Worceater, Masn., Aug. 10. 
Hnlcomh, CurtlsTk We>°> Norumbega Park, Boa- 

Howirt lif'Ltielita, preamland, Coney Island, N. 

Howard iflstera', Colnmbls, St. Louis, Aug. 1-8. 
Iloorer, John -A Lillian, Alhambra, London, I-.ng., 

Iloaan', Knicst, Cleveland's. Chicago, Aug. 1-6. 
Hortgea A Laitnchmere, Keith's, Boston, Aug. 1-0 i 

Kacky Point. H- (.. 8-18. 
Hoey. stav. Uenilerson's, Coney Island, N. 

Am. Mfc' '.' 

Howard A Auderaon, Central Park, Dover, N, 

Howard, W. V., Dreamland, Coney Island, H 

HowoTl. Ida, Caalno, Prorldence, R, l.._ Aug, 



Casino, Bockawoy 



1-0. 

... Aug. 



Aug. 

. 1-0. 
K.ikbart. 



II). 



Portlaud, Ore., 
Stoll Tour, Englaud, 
Luna Park, Coney Island, N. 
N. 



Pa. 



Beach, N. Y-, 



Sana Soucl, Chicago, Aug. 



Y.. 

h.; 



1-0. 



llowanl, Harry A May, Tumbling Run Park, 
PottsTll!i>. Pa.. Aug. 10. _ 

Hume, (loss A Lewis. Empire. London, Em-, Aug. 
1-0: Hippodronne, Manchester, 8-1U. 

Hunter A Moouey, Ontario Beaon, Charlotte, N. 
Y.' Am, 1-6™ 

Hughes Musical Trio, Orpheun), Ban Fran., Aug. 

HiiRhss, films. A Madge, Idora Park, Youugstoau. 

u„ Auk, 1-8. 
Hurleys, Tlie, I. nun Park, Coney Island, N. Y., 

lliighes. Kloience, ItUllo, Klmln, N. >'.. Aug. 1-0. 
Hiilhiirt, Myrtle. Stone Hill Uarden, Peoria, 111., 

Am. l-o, - 
l|uine« A lluslotou, Mouderaou'a, Coney Island, 

Hyde & livuth. Uurtrnator'a, Atlantic City, N. J„ 

iniuZ' Mm .Vulgar M Parkv Vffl&l fti '.*«»• 

Irelhg Trio. lmif)Oc: Ffeand, l Cni.; AOg. 1-0, / 
Jaeoba A Vantyle, Keith's, N. Y. 0., Aug. 1-8- 
Jaiues A Davis. Central Park. AllentOwn, Pa., 

Auk. 1-0. .- ••-■.-, - ■- .-'■-,-,• 
Javkaon ft Douglass, Doyle's, Atlantic City. Am. 

IB, - -- ■ t '■■■ ■■ ■ 

Jennetlf. The, Lincoln Park, New Bedford, Mass., 

Aug- l-U.. 
HPi 



A Clifton. Slaudnrd, Ft. Worth, Tei., Aug. 



, Aug. 1-0. 
. Aug. 1-0. 
St. Loula, 



Fields 'a 

1-0. 
Flaher A Clark, Freebody Park, Newport, R, I 

Aug. 10. 
ITeoii' Slaters, Auditorium. Norfolk, Ya 
l'lorpde, Nullle, Brighton ltcarli. N. Y. 
l'lnreiicv Sisters. West Kml Helghta, 

MO., Aug. 1-tl. 
Fill, A Koile, Coney iMluhd, Cincinnati, 0„ Aug. 

ForU>a, II. F„ ft Co., Central, Seattle, Wiab., 

Aug. 1-0. 
Foster. IM., and dog. Chutes, San Finn., 0|1„ 

Aug. Ml. 
Fox A Ward. Lyric, Kan Diego, Oal., Aug. 1-tl; 

Ornud, rraapn. 8-13. 
Four Kiii|M>r«ra of Miwlc, New York Roof, N. Y. 

C. Aug. 1 II. 
Fnsf A Melville, Vletoiln Gardens, Dafeneniirt 

liiiv. i-;«sp.\, ling., Aug. > Hi; llln|iodrome, 

Wltan. 8-111, 
Frederick Bros. A Burns, lngviwdl Park, Dea 

UnlurH, In-. Aug. id- 
Frugo Bros., (liirernnlur'a, Atlantic City, Aug. 

1-0. 
l'i'.vp & Allen, l.liidriin'iilil 1'nrk. llnnillton, O., 

.Vug. 1-0; Coucv Islniul, Clnulnnatl, 8-13. 
Fnfinitit, Itadlp, Waldnmeer 1'nrk, Krle, Ph., Aug, 

Ml, • 

Fuller, Ida M-, Follea Marlgny, Purls, Fr., Aug. 

I -Sent."!!. 
Ciirvtllu. Hose. Kiuplre, Ashtabula Mnrhor, O., 

Aug. 1-tl. 
Gardner. 'Caroline, 'Four Mile Creek Park, Erie, 

Pa., Aug. 1-0. 
Gavin A Plntt. Alaineila Park. Butler, Pa., Am. 

1-tl. 
(iimc|i Sisters. ParatBoe Hoof, N, Y. tl., Aug. 1-fl. 
Gerard, Hetene, Freebody Park, Newport, It. 1., 

Aug. Ml. 
Gehrue A l-'ord, olurrtson'i, Rockaway Beach, N. 

Y,,' Aug, I* 
Gerard, Frauees, Caalno, Bergen Beach, N. Y. 

Aug. I* 
lllbtw, lllanclie, A. ft S., Boston. Mass., Ang. 

1«. 
Gllrvy. Huvnce A Montgomery, Sacandago Park. 

Gloversvllle. N. X.. Aug. f-0. 
Glldsy A Fox. Steeplecbaae Pier, Atlantic City, 

•Aug. 1-0. 
Gltlcii A Otlleu. Unique, San Jose. Cat., Au^. 

1-0.: Nwrplly, Vallljo. 8 111. 
lilhsou A Xaali, Wnverly Park. Lansing, Mich., 

Aug. I -111. 
Glcirror A lto>mell. Wells Park, Norfolk, Vs., 

Am:, I li. 
mocker". The. Maiihaltau Beach, Denver, Col., 

Aug. Ms. 

(iiddBii Gat* Quintet , Dreamlaud. Coney Island, 

N, V.. Artg. 10. 
Goldamlth A Hopiffi. Atlantic Garden, N. Y. 0., 

A III!. 1-0." 
Oonlmnns. Mnaleal. Sprliut Grove Park, Riirlni! 

field. ().. Aug. 1(1. 
Gnnlnii Slslpra, l>rcniulnnd. Unney Inland, N. T., 

Anc. Ill; Giirpiimlor'a, Atlanllu' Otty, N. J„ 

8-1.1. 
Goluuocks, The, Keiths, N. Y. C, Aug; l-o. 



Wcust's, Peoria, III., Aug. 
Lakemont Park, 



1-U. 

Altoona, 



Jpw-elTa' Mnnlkln Thtntre. Pastor's, N. Y. 0„ 

Aug. 1-0. 
.lease Trlu. 
Jennings A RP nI ™ w . 

Johns'oni A Sulilvan, Audltorlou, Norfolk, Vn., 

Johnson, Naibelle, Freebody Park, Newport, R. I„ 

Jones A Mullen. Kldildge Park, Elmira, N. Y., 

am- i-o. 

Jordan A Harvey, Brighton Beaeh, N. Y., Aug. 

Jonea! Grant A Jones, Proclor'i 5th Ave., N. Y. 

Kaltno, ci'iaa. A Ada, Proctor'a. N. Y. 0., Aug. 

Kerne. Matlle. A Co.. Morrlaon'a, Rockiway 

Ilesch. N. Y., Aug. 1(1. .. ^ „ , 
Kek'y, . Mr. A Mrs. Alfred, Park, Canton, 0., 

Kenna', Charles, Beoves Tark, Foilorli, 0., AM- 



1-0. 



J-. 



Keleber, M. J„ Steel Pier, Atlantic City, N 
Kenof" Welch A Melrose, New York Roof, N. Y. 

Kouy'ou & De' llarnio, Bprlngbank Park, South 

Beud, Ind., Aug, 1-0, 
Kennedy A Kennedy, Howard, Boston, Mass., Aug. 

8-13 
Keel*/ Bros.. Proclor'i, Newark, N. J., Am. 10. 
Kcelcy Sisters, Gleudale Park, Naahvllle, Tvnn., 

AM- 1-0. • - " 

Keongh A Bollard. Temple, Detroit. Aug. I-O. 
Keenuu, Frank, ft Co., Keith's, Boston, Uawf., 

Keutnii, Dorothy. Dolmar Garden, Oklahoma City, 

O. T.. Aug. 1-0. 
Keunehcl, llucrow ft laireiK, Luna Park, Couey 

Island. N. Y., Aug, l-o. 
KhernaftCole. Jack's, Chicago. Aug. 10. 
Khilie. Family. Butte, Moil. Aug. J-1.1. 
Kllamurn Japs, Luna Park, Coney Istand. N. T., 

Am. 1-0. 
Kiltie Trio, Proctor'a 23d St.. N. Y. Otty, AM. 

Klein! Olt Bros A N'lckerson, Kitilbltloa, Wlnul- 
l»g, Man., Am- 1-0. _ , _ 

Klein A Klein, Manhattan Beach Park, Cleve- 
land, Am- in- 

Knapp. Dorothy, Cliestnut Hill Park. Philadel- 
phia, Pa,. Aug. S-13. _ ' . 

Knlghl llwa. ft Sawtell, 0. 0. H., Chicago, Aug. 
1-0. 

Kulil, Qua ft Nation, Hombtrg Park, Battlmore, 

Kruamu Trio. Kelth'a. Philadelphia, Pi„ Aug. 10. 
Kurds, Wui. J.. Kldrldgo Park, Klinlra, K. Y., 

Ang, 1-0. 

I.s Clair A Went, G. O. II.. Colorado Springs, 

Colo.. Am- am '' 1 

La CroU ft Canphell, Uuliiue, Fresno, Oal., Aug- 

1-0. 
Lawrtnce. Al.. Fnreat Park, Kanaaa city. Mo., 

I.n Jean. Tlieo. ft Oamllle. central Park, Dover. K, 

II.. AM. !•«• ■ 

i.;i Booth. Manila Park. Tamnqnn, I'n., AM. 1-3, 
I. nnreut A Ooralln, Luna Park, Coney Island, 

N. Y-. Aug. 1-0. 
Li Gette. Oak Stnntult Park, Kvansvllle, Ind-. 

Am- 1-0. 



I.eerr|p, i.ltt 

iMMra Slitera. Alcaaar. Denver; Colo., Aug. I- 

fliWIrtb's Palm Garden, pmahi. Nebr.. 8-in. 
I« fery ftU Vinlon, Temple. Detroit Am- '•«• 
L«wUft Lgke, Washington Park, El Paao, Tei.. 

Leal?,' Oeo. W., Hinlon'i point. Toronto; Out. 

LeiT'Tbe! ! Blectrlc Park, Vlncennca, Ind.. Aug. 

T-t); Lake View park, Terre Haute, Ind.. 81J. 

Lemolnn~3), SohWer Park, Montreal, Cin., Aug. 

Le'F»Tor. Mabel, lllglilaml Park, Brocktou, Mass., 

JL%^W S..t Lake Cty. U.. 

Aug. 8-13. * - „ , 

Linden, Daley, Delmllng's 

Beach. N. Y., AM. ,»-8. , 

Link, Billy, Cleveland'!, Chicago. Aug. 
Llord. Heibert, Begin, Copenhagen, Dei 

Lowe, 'Cbutca, Sin Frinclaco. Aog. 1-0. 
Lord ft Piyne, Cheater Pirk, Clnclunatl, O 

UM (4), New York Roof. N. Y. C.. Aujr 
Lutianberger A Harris, Inland Park, 

lna., Aug- 113. , „ ,,„... M 
I.ydell ft Butterwortb, Proctor'a 23d St., N 

LyVtw , * A C«ike'*Kelth , a. N. Y. , C, Aug, 

Kelth'a, Philadelphia. Pa. 8-18. 
Marouam, wlnule. Blailer's, 

Aug. 1-31. 
Maaon-Keelar Co., Moss ft 

Aug. 1-Nov. 18. 
Martlno ft Balno, 

MaaVc Kettle,' Music Hall, Brighton Beach, 

Y Auk 1*18 
Matsoota A Tan'ko, Luna Park, Coney Island 

Maddo AU i Wayne, Keltb'i, Philadelphia, 

Aug. 1-0. 
Mason, John, A Co., Brighton 

am- i-o 
Martini ft Max Mlllan 

Masse, Ed. ft Nettle, Doyle'a, Atlantic City, Aug. 

1*B 
Maulell'a Marionette*, Family. Butte, Mont., Aug. 

l-o ; Lyceum, Ogden, U.. 8-1S. 
Marshall, the Mystic, SahbbaUa Park, Taunton, 

Mack"ft' Mack, Quvernatar'i, Atlantic City. Aug. 
' 1-0. ■ ' 

Madcnp'a (3), Avon Park, Youngstown, 0„ Aug. 
l-lll Otsntaugy, Columbus. S-13. 

Mnoulnga, The Original, Orpbeum, San Francis- 
co, Oal., Aug. 1-8. -' ■ • 

Mareita A Oirtelle, Orpbeum, San Francisco, 
Cat., Ang. 1-8. • ' ... „ ' 

Mac ft Mac, Guveraalor'a, Atlantic City, N. J., 
AM. 1-0- 

Micy. Carlton, ft Co., Keith's, Philadelphia, Pa., 
Aug. 1-6. 

Majestic Musical Four, Riverside Park, New 
Brunswick, N. J„ Am- 1-6 ;• Pier, Averne, N. 
Y„ B-18. ' 

Mnrtynne. Great, 0|>era House, SprlngHeld, HI., 
AM. 1-13- 

Martin ft Orauch, Weast's, Peoria, III., Am- 1-0. 

Main, Danny; ft Co., South Belcb, Statcn Is- 
land. N. Y., Aug. 10 ; Piator'a, N. Y. C, 813. 

1U. , ' I 1" 

Maitlnettl A Martelle. Doyle'a, Atlantic City, N. 

J.; Aug. 8-13, „ _ ., 

Marks, Clarence, ft Pearca Broa,, Waldanieer 

Park, Brie, Pa„ Aug. !•«. . , ._' _ 

Mac Hans, The, Henderson'!, Coney Island, N. Y., 

Aug. 1-0. 1 1 I 

Marsh, Kennywooil Park, Pittsburg, Aug. 1-0. 
Murtlie Bros., Folic* Marlgny, Paris, Fr., Aug. 

1-S1. ' 
Malor Sisters, Sohnier Park, Montreal, Cuu., Aug. 

1-0. ' ' 

Mucnit'a Dogs A Monkeys, Olcvpluud'u, Chicago, 

Marcus ft Estelle, Orpbeum. San Fruu,. Am. 1-0. 

Mnrdo. pnlncv. Koslon. Aug. l-o. ■ 

Mlthleua. Juggling, laigoon Park, Clnclunatl, O., 

Am- 1-0. 
May Olive ft J. W. Albaugb, Orpbeum, San Fran., 

Aug. 1-0. 
McUoveru, Terry, Lafayette, Buffalo, Aug. 1-0. 
McOultaugba, Musical, Wolf Lake Park, Jackson, 

Mich., Aug. 1-6. 
McGlnnln ft Thomas, Auditorium. Cedar Rapids, 

la.. Aug. 1-0. 
McCube, Mablse ft Vera, Orpbeum. San Fran., 

Aug. 1-0. "! ■ . ■ ' 

McLebd. Andrew, Pastor's, N. Y. O. Am. 1-0. 
McDonald ft Cody. Idora Park, Youngatown, <»., 

Aug. 1-0. 
McDevltt ft Kelly, Doyle'a, Atlantic City, Am- 

1-8. 
MoKluiion ft Keel. Keith's. Phlla., Pa., Aug. 1-6. 
Mr.8hah*rcyn, Musical, Victory 0. H-, Sin Jose, 

Oal., Am. Ml; ciuule O. H , Sacramento. 8-13. 
McCiinc A Grant, Orplieum, No. Yakima. Wash., 

Am- 1-0; Edison, l«wlatou. Ida., 8-13, 
Melvhi Bros., Ocean Pier, AUintlc Oily, N. J., 

Aug. tv£ -..,., ■ ■ 

Melville A Conway, Atlantic Garden, N. Y. C, 

Aug. 1-0. • • ' 

Meier A Mora, Empire, York, Kug., Aug. 1-0; 

Alliambrn, Attercllff. 8-13. 
Meredith Trio, Doyle'a. Atlantic City, N. J., 

am. mi. 

tleaselumr Boy Trio, Kelth'a, Boatou, Mass., 

AUgri-0. 
Meredith Sisters, Keith's. N. Y. C Aug. 1-fl. 
Mexican Troubadours, Avon Park, Youngatown, 

0-,, Aug. l-o. 
Meyers ft Rosa, Proctor'a, Newark, N. J., Aug. 

1-0. 
Mitchell A Cain. Kelth'a, N. Y. 0.. At»g. 10. 
Midgleya, Jacobs'. Peoria. 111.. Aug. l-o. 
Mitchells (3), lleuderson'o, Couey Island, N. Y., 

Am- 1-0. ' • 

Mlllarda (8). Henderson'*, Coney Island, N. Y., 

Aug. 1-0. ■ ' ' ■ '." 

Mitchell ft Merlon, Freebody Park, Newport, It. 

I., Am. 1-6. 

Minor A (lalbreth, Bon Ton, Salt Lake City, U„ 

Aug. 1-6, ; ' ' 

Millard Bron., Bill ft Bob, Riverside Park, Sag- 

Innw, Mich.. Aug. 1-0. .",.'„ . 

Mlllerabln Sisters, Casino, Rocky point, It. 1-. 

am- i-o. - ' 

Morions (I). Morrison's, Rockaway Beach, N. Y., 

Am. 1-0. ' 
Morton A Elliott. Keith's. N. Y. City Am- 1-0. 
Morris, Joe, Morrlaon'a, Rockaway Beach, N. Y., 

Aug. 10. 
Moouey A Holbein. Woolwortb, Lancaster, Pa., 

Aug. 1-8. 
Modaa, The, Guvernator'i, Atlantic City, Ang. 

1-tt. 
Morris A Daly, Four Mile Creek, Erie, Pa., Aug. 

1-fl. 
Moxleya, The, Casino, Rocky Point, R. 1., Ang. 

1-0. 
Nlirphy A Wlltsrd, Avon Park, Ytinngstowu, 0., 

Aug. 1-tl. ' »'■ 

Mudae A Morton, Grand. Mancbeoler, Eug.. Aug. 

Ttl: Alliaihhta. Belfast. Ire.. 813. 
Murphy ft Palmer, Qakford Park. Jeannetle, Pa., 

Ang. 1-fl. - ' •' " 

MutpSy ft Nolan, Proctor'i 5tb Ave., N. T. 0., 

Aug. 1-0. 
Mwlge. Eta. C. O. H.. Chicago. All. 1-0. 
Mtw ft nooa. Proctor's; Newirk. N. J., Aug. t-0. 
Xninilii. Lima Park, tkmpy Inland,. N. V., Am. 1-fl. 
Niwmmi A Ni-h.-i, Huvlu Bnck 1'nrk. New llnveii, 

Conn., Aug. t'fl. 
Nelson A Wan, Omeriiatnr'a, Atlantlp Oily. Aug. 

t-fl. - •" 

Newell A N'lhl". Spring Grove Uasluo, Springtletd, 

0., Aug- T-W, " . . „ ... j. . 



Aug. 1-0. . 
Nobles, Mr. ft Mra. 

Moines. I«.. Aug. 10 
North, Hattle, Doyle'a, 

Odeaaa', Ovellet, Jacobs', Pw' 1 *' 
Olonas. Ia*. Orpheum. San Fran. 
OiXa Trou|*l Cleveland'!, Chicago, 

Orpheus Comedy Four, New York Roof, 

0'R^n'ieyV"aeor|la. Pastor'!. N. Y.CIty, 
Oswald. Wn„ Southern Park, 

Owens ft Duncan, Variety, -Killapell, Mont. 

Panuer Trio, Sohmer Park, Montreal, Can., Aug. 

PaKrey ft Barton, Proclor'i 23d 8t., N. Y. City, 

Palmer ft°Robinson, Monro Park, Toronto, Can., 

Paaeoe. Wm. B.. ft Co.. Proclor'i 23d 8t„ N. Y. 

PaUhen A°Cllfl'on,' Doyle'a, Atlantic City, N 

*' Plquo, Ulppodrome, Loudon, 



' N. Y. C, 

Aug. 1-6. 
Pittsburg, Aug. 1- 

Aug. 



3., 

Eug., 



West Kud Helghta, Ht. Loiils, Mo., 
Park, Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 
Athletic Park, Buffalo, N. 



Ang. 1-0. 
Obi Aug. 



Piutlnettl A 

AUg- 113. 
Pnlaro Bros., 

AUK- I-O. 
I'aplula,- Forest 

To. 

Pitts A Pitts. Circus 

Penh Comedy Quarteltc, Lexington Park, Boaton 

l'prr*"A'Bandnll. Doyle'a. Atlantic pity 
Perry A Alecla, Hanover Park,' Merlden 

Pewit, Pandlae Roof, N. Y. O., Aug. 1-0. 
Petchlng Bros., 0. O. H-. Chicago, Aug. 1;0. 
Pelot, Fred ft Annie, Steeplechase Pier, Atlantic 

Pippin! Kugene, Umpire, Ashtabula Harbor, O., 

Pierce' A Halaee. Hampton Beach Caalno, Hamit- 

Pleao, Mr. ft Mrs.' Al.,' Opera House, Colorado 
Spring!. Colo., AM- I/O- . ., , , „. 

Folk A Kolllns, Tlvoll. I^eds, Eug., Aug. 1-0; 
Alhambra, Hull, 8-13. . „ . u u 

Potter A Hnrlwell, Morrisons, Rockaway lleacb, 
N. Y., AM- >•« : Kelth'a. N. Y. C. 813. 

Pongo A I«o. Atlantic Oanlen, N. Y. C Aug. 1-0. 

Powell, Hirry, A. ft S.. Boston, Maas.. Aug. 1-0. 
Powell Comedy Four. A. ft 8., Boston, Mnss., 

Prvslto'n, 0.' L., IdlewHil Park, Newark, 0.\ Aug. 

1-0; Rock Springs Park, E. Liverpool, 8-13. 
Prior A Norris, Brhplre, San Fran., CaL, Aug. 1-0. 
Qulnn Trio. Family, Helena, Mont., Aug. 1-0. 
Ramsey Slaters, Alameda Park, Butler, Pa., Aug. 

Kawson ft June, lugersolt Park,' Des Moines, la., 

Rackett ft' Haiard, rroctor's, Newark, N. J., 

Ila'der 'llroa.', Forest Park, Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 

'III. ' • ' . . 

Itadtord ft Wlncheater, Hlpisjdroiue, London, 
Bng„ Aug. 1-22. ' _, 

Raymond A Trlcey. Crystal, Victor Colo., Ang. 
1-0; Elks Leidvllle, 8-18. 

Ralph, Julia, Keith's, Philadelphia, Pa.. Aug. 

- i^. I 

RanO, AL. Ocean Pier. Atlantic City, N. J., 

Am- i •«■ 
Rsppo Sisters, Fprest Park, Kaunas City, Mo., 

Aug. I-fl. 
Bedford A Winchester, Lske, Worcester, Muss., 

Aug. 1-0. 
Iteno-'A Richards, Sana Soucl, Chicago, 111., Aug. 

MS. ~ 
Reklaw, Dan, Auditorium, Cedar Rapids, la., 

Aug. 1-8." ' 
Iteeil, Harry, A. ft S„ Boston, Muss,, Am. ml 
Reed, Klmer, A. ft S., Bostun. Mass., AM- I-O- 
Rents (31, Auditorium, Norfolk, Vs., Am. 1-0. 
Bents, Edward, Southern Park, Pittsburg, Aug. 

1-0. - 

Revere Sletcrs, Henderson's, Couey Island, N. Y-, 

Aug, 1-0. 
Rpllly. Johnny. Monroe Park, Toronto, Cuu., Aug. 

Ml; Iliiber'M, N. Y. C, 8-18. 
Rice A Walters, Park, Putnam, Conn., Aug. 1-U. 
lllce A Elmer, Nohumbega Park, Huston. Aug. 1-U, 
Klanns (4); ForeBt Park. Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 

1-0. T ' 

Rick, Jack A Bertha, Ruvernator'n, Atlantic City, 

N. J,, Aug. 1-fl. 
Rice A Prevout, ' Paradise Roof, N. Y. O, Aug. 

1-Sept. 3. 
Illtel.lc ft Francis, Dreamland, Couey Island, N. 

y., am- i-o. 
Illee, Fanny, Ingcrsoll Park, Des Moines, la., 

Am. 1-0. 
ItoMsow Midgets, Clevflsud'a, Chicago, AM- 1-0. 
Robinson, Elhel, Casino, Rocky Point, R. 1.', 

Aug. 1-0. 
Bouncy, J., Dreamland, Coney Island, N. Y-, 

Aug. 1-0. 
ltmi-lls, The, Bllou. Norfolk, Vu., Aug. 1-0. 
Bobbins, Ocean Pier, Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 
' 1-8; 
Roberta, Huyes A Roberts, Pastor's, N. Y. O, 

AM- 1-0- 
Rochefort ft May, Bronson Park, Cuming, N. Y., 

Am- 1'0. 
Itockntlcld, 0. F., Jambs', Peurla. III., Aug. 1-0. 
Rostow, A. P., Forest l'srk, Kansas City, Mo., 

Aug. 1-6. 
Rowley ft Gay, Pastor's, N. Y- O. Aug. 1-0. 
Rosek (2), Iieudersou's, Couey Island, N. Y., 

Ahg. 1-6. 
Robarli, Lulu, Empire, Ashtabula Harbor, O., 
' Aug. 1-0. 
Bobbins A Treuaman, Idora Park, Youngatown, 

0.. Aug. 1-0. 
Bonuldos (3), Wnverly Park, Lansing. Mich., July 

;iI-Aug. 0; Farm Theatre. Toledo. 0., 7-18. 
Roberts, Tlie, Druid's pike, Lafayette,. Ind., Aug, 

f-0. 
Russell & Dunbar, Lyceum, San Fran.. Oal., Aug. 

1-20. 
Russell, Phil ft Carrie, Doyle's, Atluntlc City, 

Am- 1-0. 
Sato, O. Km Palace. Bordesley, Eug., Aug. 1-6. . 
Sirouy, Gilbert, Woolwortb, Lancaster, Pa., Aug. 

1-0, 
Subcl, Josephine, Paradise Roof, N. Y, C, Aug. 

Santell, Central Park. Allentown, P.i„ Am. 1-0; 
- Spring Luke Park, Trenton, N. J., 8-13. 
Sacoota, Little, Luna Pirk, Couey Island, N. X., 

Aug. 1-0. 
Sanderson, Carl W., Lake, Worcester, Mass., Aug. 

1-0. 
Seymour ft Dupree, Bansi, Hamburg, Oer., Aug. 

l-Scpt. 30. 
Spsbert, AL, Dreamland, Coney Island, N. Y„ 

Aug, Ml. 
Sherman ft De Forest, Columbia, St. Louis, Mo., 

Am. Ml; O. O. If.. Chicago. III,. 8-13. 
Sherman ft Fuller. Cuvernatur's, Atlantic City, 

Aug. 1-8. ., f . . J" 

Sliwluian's Dogs. Imperial, Oonpy Island, N. Y., 

Aug. Ml; ■ F.rb'a Cnsluo. North Beach, 8-20. 
Shannon ft Dixon, Proctor's. Newirk, N. J., 

Aug. 1-8. • , '• •••' ' 

Slninnon ft Lucler, Jack's, Chicago, Am* 1-8. 
Shiwa, Aerial, Olympic Park. Newark; N. J., 

Bros., Sbellnot Park, Wilmington, Del., 

Dfl, 

Mile., Dreamland. Couey island. N. Y., 

1-0. 

ft Walker, Woolwortb, Lancaster, Pa., 



Philadelphia, 
Dreamland. Coney Island, 



Pa-, 



N. 



Aug, 
Slddon 

Am. 
Slgrun, 

Aug. 
Slater 

Ang. 1-U, 
Slappoffskl. Mme., Keith'-, 

Aug. I-O. 
Snllrl ft Bowmsn 

Y., Am, 1-0. 
Smith ft Baker, Wwt RimI Park. New Orleans. 

Ahg. 1-U; Ponce De Leon Park, Atlanta, Ga., 

Sikltli ft Cook. Sbes's, Buffalo, Aug. 10. 
Solera, LakeWew Park, Terre Haute, Ind., Aug. 

Soiinluro Siito ft Co.. Dreamlaud. Coney Island, 

n. Y.. Aag. 1-0. 
Southern Trio. Spring Lake Park. Trenton, N. 

J.. Aug. 1-u. . 
Soraker Bros.. Southern Park, Pittsburg. Am. 1-0. 
Spanldlug. C.oilfre.v'i« Pavilion. Oraml RTapliU, 

Mirk... Aitg. Ill; Ijtke MleliUmi Park. Miinkv- 

mili, S 13. ' ' ' ' ' 

SiMilnnl. Paid. Paradise Rnof, N. V.' 0., Aug. 1-tl. 
Rneaairtly, Slg.. Luna Park. Coney Island, N, Y„ 

Aug. I II. 
Xplssell Bros., Weat F.hd llclgliln. St. Imiir, Aug. 

1-0; ForrvH Park. Kansas City. 8-13, 
S-Pllh, Lull, Puk, Jastft Ulftad. N, Y u Ajw, i-j, 



10. 

SuRbqusy Broa., Casino. 

AUK. 1-fl. 

Summervllle, Amelia, Brighton Beach, N. v 

Aug. 1-0. 
Swbr ft Westbrook. O. 0. H„ Butte, Moo., Aug. 

Swan'* Bambard, Morrison's. Rockaway Beach. 

N. Y., Am- 10. ' 

Sylvester, Laurence, Spring Lake Pirk, Tren- 

ton, N. J-. Aug. 1-0; Tumbling Dam Park 

Brldghtoa, 8-13. 
Sylvester, Luna Pirk, Coney Island, N. Y., Aug. 

Tall, Frank, Olympic Park, Newark, N. J., Aog. 

1.8. "" 

Talbot ft Rogers, Contoocook Park, Concord, N 

H?. am- i-o. . 

Templetoo. Clarlse, Lakeside Park, Dayton, o., 

am- i-o. 

Teed ft Ltaell, Allnnttc Garden, N. Y. O, Aug. 

i-0. 

Techow's'Cits, Brighton Beach, N. Y„ Aug. l-o. 
Texapa Slaters, West End Heights. St. laiuls, 

Ttfo., Am. 1-0; Lakevliw Park, Terre Haute, 

' Ind., 8-13. 
Tl'eo, Jack, Trio, Brighton Beach, N. Y„ Aug. 

Tluiraton. Howard, Willow Grove Park, Phlla., 

Pa.. Aug. 1-Bept. 8. 
Tlppell ft Kllment, Family, B. St. Louis, 111., 

July 31-Allg- 0. 
Tlerpey Bros., Guvernator h, Atlantic City, Aug. 

f-0); ... 
TornkJus, 'William, Blvermout Cnsluo, Lyuchlmrg, 

Va., Aug. 1-0. 
Toledo A Prince, Keith's, Phlla., Ps.. Aug. Ml. 
Troubadour Hi. Junction Park, Bcuvvr Falls, 

Pa., Aug. Ml. -—.-•■ ;•-• 
Trelder ft Temiwst, Columbia, SI. IaiiiIs, m-,., 

Aitg. 1-6; 0. Oi II., .Chicago, HI.. 8-13. 
Minor 'ft . Button, orplii-um, Seattle, Wash., 

AtiR. 1-8. 
Union Square Quartet, froctor's tRh Ave., N. Y. 

c:. Mil. 107 
Usher, Fannie ft Cloud, Point of Plues, Boston, 

Muss., Aug. 1-U. 
Yanlamon, • Kmplre, Tncoma, Wash., Aug. 10; 

Lyric, Portland, <k, s-13. 
Van, Gladys.; Farm. -Toledo, U.. Aug. Mi; Spring- 

bank Park, London, Can., 8-13. 
Vanos. The. Spring Lake Park, Trenton, N. J„ 

AM- 1-0: Sewull Point Cnsluo, Oa|w Msy, Kill. 
Valrlno Bros.. Sohmer Park, Montreal, Can., 

Van Glayds. Farm, Toledo, O.. Aug. 1-0. 
Vnlmoro ft llorlon, Monumental, Uoltiuiure, Aug. 

10. 
Vnldlngs, The, Lakeside Park, West BrookOeld, 

Jlass.. Am. 1-U. . , „ , , , „ „ 

Vlllara ft Lee, Dreamlaud, Couey Island, N, Y.. 

Aug. 1-6. 
Vinton ft Clayton, Spring Grove Park, Spi-inif- 

Ueld. O., Aug. 1-0. ■ . .. . 

Vlnello, Mons., Luna Park, Couey Island, N. V, 

AM- 1-6. 
Von Gofre ft Cotrely, Acme, Sacramento, Cal„ 

Am. 1-6; Unliiue, San Jose, 8-13. 
Vronntan. Dick, Dreamland, Coney Island, N. Y„ 

Wiinl A Leslie, Godfrey's Pavilion, Grand llau- 

lils; Mich., Aug. 1-0. _ ' ' 

Walling; Percy, Spring Lake Park, Trenton, N. 

J.v Aug. 1-U. 
Wallace & Beach, C. O. IL. Chlcsgo. Aug. I* 
Wagner Slstera, Guvernntor's, Atluntlc Clly, N. 

WayWrn's Girls! New York Roof, N. Y. C. Aug. 

Wsvn'e ft La Mar. Coluiukla, St. -lands, Aug. 1-6. 
Waldorf A Meudes, Casino Park, Toledo, O., Aug. 

1-0; Buns Soucl, Chicago, 111.. 8-13. 
Wattous-, Mr.- ft Mrs., Ingcrsoll' Park, Dee Molues, 

Waters, Jus. R°„ Tumbling Dam Park, Bridge- 
ton, N.'J., Aug. 1-8; Ocean Pier, bca Isle 
Clly. 8-13. 
Wals, AL, Puradlse lloof, N. Y. ftl *''*■, '■«• 
Weaver ft Hovers, Kmplre, Ashtabula Harbor, 0., 

Weiitm' (-11,' Casino Park, Wneellug, W. Vs., Aug. 

wells', W. J.. Southern Park. Pltleburg. Aug. 14. 
Wet la, Carrie, Empire, Asthtubiilu Hurbur, 0., 

WeltSd, 'Jib., Junction Park, Beaver Falls, Pa., 

AM. 1-0.' 
Wcloh-Moiitroso Trio, Kelth'a, N. Y. Cltr, Aug. 

I-O. 
Welch. Jim ft Cells, Standard, St. Louis, Mo., 

Am. 1-8. 
West, John A., West Kml Park, Memphis. Tcnu., 

WfHloii & Ruyraond, Reeves' Park. Foslorla. 0.. 

Aug. 1-U; Wenom Beach, Bay City. Mich.. 8-1 «. 
Whltelaw. Arthur; Kelth'i. N. Y. C, Aug. Ml. 
Vthlte A Bitumens. BteepleehBse Pier, Atlantic 

Oily, N. J;. Avg. l'-iS. 
WhangilnodlP Oomcily Four. Henderson's, Ctmry 

Island, N. Y., Aug." 1-8. ' 

Wilson, Alt ft Mabe, Sewell's Point Psvlllon, 

Ca|M} May. N. J., Aug. 1-8. 
WlllluuiH ft Tucker. Temple, Detroit. Aug. 1-fl. 
Wlillima A Mclbiirn, Uprlngbauk Park, Loudon, 

Oati., Aug. 1-0. „ .. „ 

Williams, Flunk ft Ida. Pastor's, N. Y. C, Aug. 

HI" 

Wilson' ft Do Monvllle. 0. 0. H., Chlcugo. Aug. 

1-9. 
Wilson, Geo., Keith's, N. Y. C, Aug. 10. 
Wlltaio A West, Doyle's, Atluntlc City. Aug. 1-8. 
Wlggln, Bert, Pastor's, N. Y. 0„ Aug. 1-0- 
Wilton Bros.. Cheater Park, Olncliiuitl, 0., Aug. 

li'llis'ft Collins, Casino, ltocky Polut. B. I„ Aug. 

Wilson Bros., Chester Park. Cincinnati, Aug. I-O. 
Wlnslow, Mux, Four Mllo Oreek Purk. Erie, 

Will's til Bros., Lake Massabealc, Manchester. 

H.j'Aug. 1-fl. _ „ 

Wood, Milt A >(aude, Celoron, Jamestown, N. 1., 

Aug: 1»0. l '•' 
Wood Bros., Shea's, Buffalo, Aug. 1-U. 
Worth, Jesse, Weast'a, Peoria, 111., Aug. I* 
Wood, NeoilhiUJ, Casiuo, Oanaralo, N. Y., Aug. 

I-O 
Woodivaril, V. P., Lakemont Park, Altoona, Pa., 

-AM. 1-0. . . ... 

Woo* Fruucls, Howard. Boston, Mass., Aug. 
Woods A Bohn, Park, Trentou. N. J... Aug. Ml. 
Woods, Kiigeuln, Kuiplre, Ashtabula Harbor. 0„ 

W««<lroi.,"M'p<«.*,lVooaautt, Jack's/Chicago, AM- 

Wjnn' ft Hart, Fentop'g, Buffalo, N. X., Aug. 1-0. 
Wyfcy ft- Wylson, Criterion,' Twripa, Hi.. Aus. 

Xnekiey ft Bunnell, Proctor's 23d Street, N: Y. C, 

Aug. 1-0. , „ 

Yniikee Comedy, Keith's, lloatnn, Mukb., Aug. !•«• 

Ynnhl ft Mnko, Luna Park, Coney Island, N. X.i 

Young! Ollie, ft Bro„ Suns Soucl, Chicago, Aug. 

Young Bros., San Soucl. Chicago, HL, Aug- l-J- 
Youngs ft Brooks, Luke Michigan Park, Muskesou. 

Mich., Aug. 1-0. ! • "«, v 

Zarnes, The, Krb's Casiuo. North Bpsch, «• »•• 

Aug. 1-fl; Luita Park, Oonoy lslaud. s-U. 
Zarrow Trio. Suburban Park, St. Louis, Mo., 
' JVM- 1.-0: Temple, Detroit, Midi., 8-13. 
ZIiiBiira-llH. Mile., Luna Park, Couey lelund, 

Y., Aug. 1:0. .„ 

Hiramer, New York Roof, N. Y. 0„ Aug. 1-0. 
Zimmerman, Willy, Paradise Roof, N. Y. O, Aug. 

Zlska' ft King, ProdtoFa !3d St. N. V. City. 

Aug. Mi Howard. Boston, Mass.. 8-in. 
Zoellers (2), Steeplechase Pier, Atlmtlc City, N- 

J.. Aug. I-O. '". •■'•"•' . . 

Zobeille, El, Sins. Soucl, Chicago, Aug. 1-0. 



l'« 



N. 



N. 



rfvw 



ALABAMA. 



Mobile At the 'Monroe Park Tue» re 

(M. A. McDermott, mamger) tlie new Va\»7 
Thorne Opera Co., under the manngcinent or 
l.yniaji Kennardy. opened Its season ,11 this 
house July 2U, to n fairly gooit andlouie- 
The upcnliiji hill wan "The Mlkiulo. '. Fol- 
lowing are the members of the new irompa.ii> • 
Miss Thome, Muc Soulliurluud, Klla. »\« r - 
ner, Virginia r«rry, Uelle 8oiithorlnnd. tte"- 
H. Jackson, CUas. Drew, TUos. Johnson. 
Marry Davis, Louis La Velle. There Is no 
chorus wltli the. company. The voices nre 
a\l good, (ho por(ormera capable, the cob- 
tilmen hnn.lRomi'. anil Hie acinic elffrts 
I'liiliurnte. Mr. Drew was pmaniincetl Ji»' 
Iwst humorist |n n (lllbertlau character thai 
has appeared at the Park Theatre,- and '"« 
Nnnkl I'oo of Mr. flavin was much npplnudeil. 
— ♦ ■ •> 

— Henry Vlclorellls oj»ens ivllh the How- 

aia-KuiMi L'u. cu a\y«i i, bo. Urn trnm* — 



AUGUST 6. 



TgE NEW YOpR CLIPPKR. 



541 



S. 



News of the (lame. 

a. Jewott, tbe "Hull Invincible," has re- 
peated "his 1 remit rouble* performance of lost 
Cear by winning the Sheffield cbomploonblp 
tourney without losing n single game. Jew- 
ett for many years was considered, and Is 

vet, one of England's best "Against 

an equal, play the safest game you fcnmv. 
If be drnWH, play another safe one and 're- 
peat ; be la only a man, not n machine, and 
soouer or later he will make an error." 
— W. Dea'iiborn. Thlk reminds uh very 
much df tbe Crawford logic, original and 
Bound. Crawford believes In the waiting 
game, be believes it heat to let his opponent 
tire himself out ; Just make your very bent 
moves mid tben sit hark' nnd look happy 
while the cither fellow Is doing the worrvlug. 

J; v. Dixon, Tif Warrington, England, 

lins made an offer for copyright o( the games 
played In the recent Luglish championship 
tuttrney. and that. In the event of. Its nc- 
ceptntcce, the games will be nnnntnted and 

published by Prank Dunne In London 

there ure sixty-four entries for the Junior 
clnniploiwhlp: fire rounds ends the contest 
and two weeks Is allowed for tin* completion 
of each round. The first prize Ib a mild 
silver cup, to be won three- successive -timoit. 
or (lvo times collectively, before- becoming the 
personal property of any con tent nut. The 
winner and runner up In - each touruey. 
win gold and sliver medals. There Is il<w 
a special brilliancy prize If. O. Rob- 
inson, Sclangor, In The Huffulh I'lironMr. 
says: "The Malays play draught* on n board 
of 1D0 squares with 20 pieces n side. The 
game Is known m Dimi — It. would be curious 
lr the derivation of the word is akin to 
that of Scotch Dniubrod — and the Malay Is 
not at nil particular what he makes use of 
for pieces ; atones, shells, tlsli bones, nr 
anything that la hnmlv. The hoards are 
always In red and white sunn res. I lmve 
never seen a black nnd white one. The 
moves nre about the name ns those In Polish 
draught*, I don't think there Is any- font 
rule, iiliout black or white moving first. The 
men more diagonally, take forewurd, but 
not backward : the klug moves one. or mora 
suunres. as In the Polish game. When there 
Is more than one way of. capturing, the 
greater number of pieces pa am* must he 
token : this rulo applies lo both men and 
kings." 

Solution of Position No. IN. Vol. Kit. 

nV allOHVBKOk, NEW YORK. 
Illuck ft 18 K10 27 

White 10 14 22 -M KB 
White to play and win. 



could not solve the .problem from Ibe dia- 
gram In on hour. The great Frenchman just 
savtil bis distance by completing the solution 
on the turn of the hour. 



1..RI0K7! 
2.. By Kt 
3..B-KI B(6) 

4..H-R4 



OF PROBLEM No. 2,405. 



Ktany 
H-Q4 

p.ijt 



I..Rtu>K41PXKt 
I.. OKI* rto 
7..H-BT-4-, coinpell 
L.KItomate. 



Problem No. -2, -tun. 

From the ~tk Am. Ch. Couorest Tourney ait. 

nv "soqpk." 

RUCK 




WHITE. 

\\ hlte to play and unite In three moves. 

Game Urn, 2.llll». 

A cnndldate for one of I he "llrlllinney 
l'rlr.ca" ut Cambridge Springs. Hound 1, 
April 25.— .tin. 1 Cli. ttnlMln. 

PETROFF'S 1 IKPF.N'CK. 

White, Illuck, 

J. K. Barry, W.K.Nspler. 



Willie, Black. 

J. F.-B*rrr. W.K.Nspler. 

1..P to K 4 PtoK.4 

2 KKt-US KKt-B3 

a..Kt X P- PQ8 

4..KKI-D3 KIXP 

R..P-0 4 PQ« 

6..KUQ3 KHK2 

7..<liut.les 1} Kill 3 

8..II-K an IfBRto 

»..BxKt Ol'XB 

10..KRX P llXKt 



8 11 .'10 25 
27 211(a) 211 18 



11 10 
2« 30 

1U 'J-'i 

27 31 

II 15 

III 24 
10 U 
24 27 



25 21 
10 7 
21 17 

2 
27 24 

2 II 
24 27 

U 10 



14 in 
17 211 

15 II 
20 22 
10 II 

<«) 
27 24 
14 II 

5 14 
10 17 
24 27 



22 25 
II 2 

25 21 
2 (I 

21 20 

17 21 
27 24 
211 23 
31 27 
15 18 



Position Nn, 111. Vol. B2. 

11 V W. KRWAlin, MHW YORK 

Black 3 .1; 11 14 



II 10 
2o 21 

7 2 
White 
WlUB. 

24 28 
23 Ifl 
White 
wins. 



15 



11. QXB 

12.. 0-H3 

18..KMJ2 

14..Kt-lb 

ls..i|-K>il 
IU..KO KI4 
17..R-K4 

1H..I' 113 

10.. K K 2 

2H..Q-Ds<| 

2l..IMJK,1 

22..K-K.tmi 

U3..B-K3 

24..K-0SI) 

20..H-Kt aq 

2cl..Kt-l(2 

27..KM13 

2S..K R-Q2 

2II..K-K.3 



L|HKI 

OPxl 
llXKt 
Ktx p 

Kt-Ka 

ClIHlles 

H-hla 8 

O-lMM 

P(J R 4 

OlUJWi 
KI-B4 

Kt-q (i 

V-Ht 

r m 

lt<(2 

k ii-qhii 

Kt» 

p-iia 

'J li'-r I 
P-O Kt 4 
Q-KtO 
P-Kt 6 



.to.. Kt 10 m u toiler 4 

JL.BP-'P UPXP 

32..KI-I13 <i-Kta 
3I..RPXP «X KttMP 

M..B-0 2 OKIO 

M..1J-K6 llholiie 

M.Kt-Q2 Q-her4 

S7..lihis8 uixii 

88..PXB Kino 

3H..K. Il-K sq gxKt 

4U..ORl}sn hl-K 7-4- 
41..H-Kaq 
42.. K HX<4 
48..0XR 



I 



«X«4R 
KItXK 
PR 11 
K-Kt sq 
Kt X II P 
R-KtH-4- 
PR7 
K-R2 
H OlleCtm 
K-Kt sq 
K-H2 
K-ll.l 
K-II4 
B -Ills 6 
K-IJO 
Kill 
K-Kt 7. 
"nnd While resigns. 



44.. <(- her 6 
41.. P-Kt 8 

4(1 OK 6 
4T..K-Kt2 
48..(J-KH-f 
4l». «|X II P 

.'.') .CI II.'. - 
6I..IJ lis t- 
M il-il 7 + 
63..4MJU4- 
o4.. ((-14 7 + 
f.. r i..g-Ki 4 + 
44J..CJ-0.7 + 

6r..4j-iir.4- 



A meeting was held Tuesday, July 20, at 
Fredericksburg, Va.. by ths members of the 
N\ A. n. P anil B. of A., who nre employed 
on rnr No. 3, John llohiiisnn Show. 'I bis Is 
the third meeting that has been held on this 
<nr. Tna''llr»t one restilleil In 1111 election of 
offlrers and n i^rmonertt orgauhmllou. The 
president, V. I'. Smith, who was elected at 
tne first nieetlug. having reslgui'd his posi- 
tion with the allow, I'nas. Venn rder was 
elected to 1111 the vncancy. and Jan. K. Cole, 
of Local No. I. was elected vile president. A 
renolutlon was passed thanking \Vui. Morerf, 
of laical No. \>. for hla *en1 and energy In 
promoting tbe welfare of the olllunce. Jerry 
Honovuo, untlonai vice president, tonde quite 
n lengthy addreiM. 'itie following were pres- 
ent : .1, II, Donovan, vice president N. A. 
II. V. and it; of AY. Local No. 11 : R. M. South, 
local No. 11. steward of ear: Cbns. Veruer- 
iter. No. 1 1 ; .las. K. Cole, No. 1 : Auilrew 
I'lpenbrlnk. No. 3\ Henry VVnlninnii. No. II : 
I'liiuk Wilson, No, 11 : John Kenater, No. 11 ; 
Win. Moc erf. No. II ; Jesse Nolan. No. 1 1 : 
I.. 4\ 'Amherst, No. 11. ' After remarks by 
ltr.it her fkinovan and other inemlirrs. on the 
good and welfare, of trades' unionism, the 
meeting adjnuriieil'wlth a vote of tluinks to 
Hie nlllvlnl oikiiii. Tut: Nkw Yiiiik I'l.iri't'.li. 

Notes from Local No. US. — Ai a meeting 
held July 20 we had 11 very enjoyable visit 
from 1'resldeui- Joseph, nlso from some of 
our newlv made brothers of Brooklyn Local 
No. 33. 'The evening wnk p.1ssed very pleas- 
antly wllh remarks from President Joseph. 
Ilro. Holmes, of l/dcal No. 2, New York, and 
Hi-others Jer.Mii.' Bums nnd others from 
Brooklyn Local No. 33. After refreshments. 
President Weddle, of our local, unil other 
tiiemlHirs, entertained with speeches, etc 
Ilro. Meyers lehVes ns to Join Illntiey's "Km- 
lory .tilrl" Co., early in August. Ilro. Jacobs, 
of our local, who was with Ih-eniiilnncl. is 
home temporarily 011 arrant of poor health. 
Brothers will kindly rnmuYunlrntc with II. 
H. I'arker. cnriesiMmdlng secretary. 04 Mar- 
ket St.. Newark. Si. J., before our next ini'ct- 
Ing. which will lie held Aug. II. 

.Votes from Loral No. 17. — At the regular 
men lug July- 27. -the meeting was aildressed 
by Joy I'liiliinl. general orgnnltrr of the 
Western Kedarttlon of .Miners: Ilro. lien, 
('oilier spoke In Is-bnif of James iibodes. 
Brt). Jim (laoimoti, of the I'nlni-e Then tie. wan 
elected president of the True- Mines, a social 
organisation of Hough's Neck. ilro. Hurry 
Jewell, of the Itanium Show, In 1 11 town. 
Ilro. John Butler, of the Trrmonl. bad charge 
of the excursion oil the atesmer New Uriuis- 
wlek, tendered to the profession July 21. 
Ilro. Ted Wclirlc. our flnnhciul ' secret at y, 
has Invited the ullliers lo bis home warming, 
Aug. 1L Ilro. Ned. furllii and Jim iiaiamon . 
Southern Serennders have been engaged for 
the V:. A. It. week nt Waverly Hall, nmrles- 
I 



Siimnier. Ilro. 1M. tiitlnn. of Local No, 16, 
Is hire working at Ihc.ltllhrlck Bill Posting 
Show Print, having JUst left the Barnnm 
Show, lie has listed for a transfer from 
No. 15 lo No. 24. 

Notes from Coral No, 33, Brooklyn, N. 1. 
— W» oeia-n special meet lug on Bandar. July 

24. for' the celebration of the charter nnd 
. Installation- of oiuccfs. .National J President 
Charles Joseph presided, and Installed the 
following illflcers : President, Leo Salomon; 
vice president, Hen. T. Bums : treasurer. 
John 0. Mcfnrinlck: secretary nnd business 
agent, A A. (itrson ; recording aeeretnrj, 
OBa*. Aitken; aergeant at iirms, Thomas 
Ityan, uud tbe board of trustees— Leo A. 
Burns, Bert Simmons and < John Freeman. 
Quite n large delegation from New York. No. 
^. und Newark, No. IS, intended, and heard 
nn excellent speech by President Joseph, on 
Monday, July 25i No. 33 gave, n banquet 
nt Kilter's Ocean Pavilion, Ciiney Island, 
and rovers wero laid for seventy-live 
people. A thoroughly enjoyable time was 
had bv nil present. Secretary A. A. 
Oerson neteil ns tnnst master In the ab- 
sence of the president, tiro. Solomon, 
and acquitted himself to the salbidicllou 
of all toe boys. Among ihose present were 
National President Joseph. National Treas- 
urer Harry Cote?, of No. 2: National Seventh 
Vice Presltlenl Win. Mel'nrlbv, of No. 2 ; 
John Holmes, August t'bappelle, Harry Na- 
than, Phil .Mc-Atliur. Louis Semoii, Sain Fess, 
AI. Itnhlln. nil of No, 2: Louis Dwells, of 
Pittsburg, No. 3: President L. A. Weddle, 
Thomas Mulluuey nnd James Muhr. of No. 
18. National President Joseph and a delega- 
tion of No. 33 were royally enlurtiilned In 
Newark. Tuesday night, by Newark, No. Is, 
which luid called 11 special mealing for that 
purpose. J. i. Williams, of No. 38. led July 

20, for I'lillmlelphlM. ahead of Illnney's 
"Across the l'nclile" Co.. which opens lit the 
Arch Slreet Thenlre on Aug. 8.' 

Notes from Kt, Joseph. My.. local, No. 20. 
— Hill (letcher Jollieil Hlll'gllngs' No, 2 car 
lust week. Soupy Jones left lo join Hi. limy. 
Hie horse show promoter. Campbell rnr 
paused here this week. W. M. Vance returned 
from South Haknlu. where lie visited Noi-rls 
ft llnwe'H our. I'.vcr.vtUlug looks bright hers 
for nest seiiHou. 

» <• 

NKW JHttBBT. 



Allnntle City.— At the Ocenn Pier The- 
atre (W. I-;. Sluikelfcii'd, ruprrseutatlve) "Why 
Smith Left Home" hnd good business week 
of July 25. Week of Aug. 1. "Sky Farm." 
'"Way Down Rust" week of 8. 

OCHAN 1'iKti Mi.Mli: IIai.i. (W. 10. Slutkel- 
ford, representntlve). — Dncksfader's Min- 
strels enjoyed illimeiuce business week of July 
25. "Foxy i.rundpii" week of Aug. 1. "lllrls 
Will Be lllrlH" week of 8. The vnudevlllepov 
Hon of the programme, fordnilv matinees, 
week of 1 : The Bobbins, Novelty Comeily 



II 1*1 




The Hire 1; n mill 1. 
Wc have deshvd to see the method nf lie- 
featlng Jasuogrodsky's Ingenious attempt to 
defeat Prof. It's much illustrated gambit by 
1(1.. Kt lo It 4. Am. Vh. llullrtlH treats us 
to Ibe Information hi Var. XXVI, p. 3D. 

formula of the it (f. Then : 



Play the It. 
IO..P10IU 
11..HQ4 
12..KKXB 

13.. RX Kt 



While 20 21 23 .10 

White to play and draw. 

Unme No. ii». Vol. KS. 

AYllKXIIlltK LASS 1 1-:. 
11 Y A. II. (I1IRBNWOOII. 

Jerom S/ic/Jlr.-M /at/ependenf. 



:n 



14..0BXP 
16..1I-K1 " 



!( 



KttoR4 

Castles 
U X h 1' 

Kt'ii2 

Kt3 K-Ksq 



!7..KltoBaq Plo (>U3 
I8..KI-Kt3 U-R8 
1»..I'-Q0 KI-KI3 

.0. .Qlicr-J Il-K :i 
2I..HKlisi[ IIK-0,aq 
2i..Kt-B I, with better 
U..KI-Q2 Kt-Bs'q game. If Black 22.. 

II (ks Kt; 23. .B to Kt if. Q to Kt (a): 
4..B Iks U, II Iks U; 25. .It Iks H, 11 to 
2: 20.. Q lo K 2, It tks Q 2d Pi 27.. It 
s B P. It tks It: 28.. II to K 8 ch, Q 10 
B so; 211. .11 tks W ch. K to Kt 2; 30.. II 
tks Kt, P Iks It: 31. M ika I) ch, h Ika li; 
32.. K to II 2, nnd wins. 

<u) Or 23.. Q to B 4; 24. .It tks B, R o 
O 2: 25..Q KiK It 2, P-Kt 0; 211.. Q tks 
P, Q to K 7 (If I' to K R.K; 27. .Q to It 2) •, 



11 in 


7 11 


5 9 


12 10 


15 


24 20 


21 17 


20 22 


23 7 


13 


8 11(1) 2 7 


14 17(0] 


.1 10 


1 10 


28 24 


17 14 


81 241 


20 10 


! 1 7 


4 8 


10 17 


11 10 


10 15 


10 24 


23 19 


25 22 


10 10 


10 11 


28 111 


15 18 


18 25 


7 14 


17 21 


15 24 


22 10 


21) 13 


24 10 


22 17 


7 2 


It 18 


t> 14 


8 ll 


10' 11) 


24 27 


82 28 


27 28 


10 10 

12 10 


17 10 


Drawn 


1 


IB 10 


22 17 


» 18 


22 18 


12 11) 


24 8 


12 10 


17 14 


14 17 


23 10 


H 12 


20 11 


White 


81 20 


8 12 


28 24 


10. 15 


Wins. 


17 21 


20 22 


7 10 


16 14 




(b) 


The following was 


played 


In tbe 


Leeds 


vs. Morely nuitcU 


between 


Messrs. 


WllllnmH 






(1 14 


■ Mr. wiiiiiimn played black. 
27 24 14- « 


18 23 


22 17 


5 n 


25 21 


2 


25 21 


15 111 


24 in 


8 It 


17 14 


24 28 


23 10 


10 10 


13 


10 17 


10 1!) 


12 111 


17 10 


111 24 


21 r> 


21 17 


25 22 


15 


28 III 


12 10 


7 10 


8 12 


21 17 
7 10 


10 24 


ISO 25 


18 14 


211 25 


22 17. 


» 7 


in 15 


4 8 


17 13 


14 18 

Drown. 


'Ml 22 


14 10 




mm 


• 





27.'li tks I», it tks II: 28.. P lo Q 7 
K B sq; 20..1I to IIP, and should i 



II lo 
win: 



vim: 1 ma. 

Norfolk.— At Ocean View Casino (Jake 
Wells, manager) business week of July 25 
wus extremely good, the 8. It. t). sign hlny- 
Ing a, coimplc.uoim part at every perform- 
ance, and tills In spile of the fuel that tbo 
weather has been decidedly against out door 
attractions, For week nf Aug. 1 the Havocs 
& Hedmond Korea Comedy Co., In "A- Trip 
lo New York," 1-3, nud "Too Much Mar- 
ried" -I 'I- 

Acmr Tiikatiib (Cbns. W. West, mana- 
ger),— Week of 1, Sellers' I'emulc Minstrel 
Co.. of twenty iieonle. Business Is gmsl. 



own, (Mir president, l-'runk I. loyil, has c-hnc- Pour, AI. Itnyuo's dogs, Melvlu Brothers. 
lei-ed flammon's yacht, the Hobo-Link, for lluby Carrlck, Willnrds Juvenlln "Mikado 
his vacntlon. and will cruise around But- Co. 

Oahuick TllKATItH (A, T. Nlcboll, ma lin- 
ger). — lluslnesn here continues good. Illcb- 
nrtl ituhlcr and company continue to furnish 
excellent productions. 

Savoy Tiikatiii: (Huntley & Moore, mana- 
gers!. — Mxrellnnt business Is lielug uttrncled 
by Hie I llllltley Moore Stock Co. 

Uiiyi.k'k Tiikatiii: (Prank (loldle, innnn- 
ger). — The miuiic big crowds tloek here. The 
hill for week of 1 : The Pour Boltomley 
Brothers, Kdwln K. Perry nud Ldltli llnuilnll, 
the Pour Brothers Olubra, fid. and Nellie 
Masse, ilia Three Bostons, the Sisters llpr- 
dock, Deveiie mill Slum?., I'liira Ailuins and 
Dva Swliiliiirne, lliirilen und llehiin, Carney 
und l-'lvnn, Helen Jackson and Minute Doug- 
Ins, Melievllt and Kelly, llultle North, Phil 
and Carrie Kussell, CntTrey and (Irani, .lUN, 
)'). Home nud Marguerite Pergiisoii, Hrntidon 
nnd Croiicli. Wlltsle nnd WchT, the Merldelh 
Trio, (he Two Kennels, Putehen nnd Clifton, 
Lo I 'lair, and Ituwon, Briiiiiiuel and Klinherly, 
Hurry Coiirllaiid, 

(H;vi:i(\ATOU'H Tiikatiii: (Sidney Pern, 
uinuiiger). — lliiMlnesH In olwuys big, An- 
noiipeed for week of I : linker troupe of 
motor VycllHls, Senrs, lllimloulsls : Pern Com- 
edy l'our, I'Teeui Hi-others, Ibe Cnstiiiios. 
Alo* und /Ccdij. Hyde and Heath. Hheriuntl 
uud Puller, Muck and Mnek, Tliiimy Bros.) 
Ash and Phillips, Ciislelliit nud Hall, Ilia 
Two MuekH, Nelson and Sharp. Brnddock and 
I'Veney, the Modus. Carey null Cot lee Trio, 
A lie" Woolstoii, Wagner Hlsters. 
' PrrMBti Pti:ti Camixo (J: nmbwell, innnn- 
ger), — Always crowded. Murphy & fllhson's 
Mlustrebt lemalii the nllriiullun. 

Ht::i:i. i'n:ii (J. Ilothwell, manager).— 
Most exculleot putioqnge. Vessel la's Band, 
und the Philhariaoiiie tirehoHtra are the fem - 
ures, (ieiitry Brothers' Show opens here 1, 
for n week. 

STixn.K.riiAHi: Pi 1:11 ((liles W. Cleiuenl. 
miintigeri. — BusliiesN Is ImmeiiKe. ' People 
for week of I : Hlmmons ond White, (ill- 
duy und Pox. Two /oellers. l-'red nud A1111I0 
I'eloi. Willie and I-hllih Mart, vltngi'iiph.. 

ek 



M. crliiuhiii. iiuinn- 



cnilse around llmv 
xnrd's liny. Ilro. Jack Mils, advertising ngenl 
of the Opera llouxe, has titled up n new 
otllee, and Invited all traveling members 
when In town to pny hlin a visit. II10. 
Itobt. Burr Is to be nt the Majestic the com 
Ing Ki-nHnu. Members working for Periy, 
the ndvertlser, are: John Butler, (ieue Bo- 
hie, Dave Orllttn, '[om (inffey. Waller Ward, 
Joe Viikes, Martin White, Jim Judge, Joe 
Wllaou and Harry Peyser. Kor the New 
Brunswick : Prank Parreu, John Kiln. Neil 
Ciirtln ami Jim (•amnion. Ilro. Jim Ore Is lo 

fa ahead of No. 1 "(Julnry Adams Knwyer" 
... M. J. Wognn, advertising agent of the 
llollls, Colonial and Park Theatres, has been 
reengaged for the coming season. He Is 
Summering nt Wntertowu, Mass, The null 
team will play the True-Blues at Houghs 
Neck Thursday. Our meeting place Is 724 
Washington Street.' 

Notes' from Local No. .1, Plttihurg. — Ilro, 
Arthur Ilallsteln, of No. 3, was In tbe city 
for a short lime July 28. on his way to 
Johnstown, Pa. Hro. Ilallsteln Is business 
malinger ' for "The Lighthouse by the Sen" 
I'o., this being the second season with this 
company. Ilro. Harry Pounyiiacker, nf No. 
11. wan In Pittsburg, announcing the coining 
of llnverly's MhnIouoii Minstrels al the BIJmi 
Theatre. July 30, which Is the opening of the 
regular season at this popular liuiise. No. 3 
car, Porepaugli-ScllH' Sliow, arrived In Pitts- 
burg July 27, In charge of Manager John 
Harper, with Ibe following members: It. L. 
Seymour, boss bill poster, No. 5 1 J. Miilonv, 
No. 11 : I'M. Bead. No. I ; I'.d. Leles, No. if : 
Clins. North. No. Sj Win. Hurst, No. 5; Pox 
Anderson, No. 5 ; .Iocs Kelscr, No. 1 : K1<1 
Merchant, No. II, and fleo, HoiiKlilellng, No. 
2. Several of the local lioys visited tjie car, 
and were heartily received by Manngor Bur- 
lier nnd the hoys. National Organizer 0, W. 
Lowry also visited the boys while In the city, 
and hnd n long talk with them. They report 
that everything Is going along nicely all 
through tbe Dust, nnd expect lo bear of Sev- 
ern] new loculu In the near future. Ilro. (leo. 
Vnndersllce. nt No. 3. has arrived home again 
after an absence of three mouths, during 
.>hh-h lime he states he and his father paid 
n visit to friends nnd relatives III Ireland, 
where they bad n delightful time. Ilro, Van- 
iler.dlee will retain bis former position ns 



NllTK.- 



the pnst week Harry 




American Chess lliillctln. 

Several Amerl6nn chess scilalH nre said lo 
bo be <(» uo»«e: but we hall with sincere plena- 

-uhlle.i- 



S 'Vheimunl^ife^eryS slim Jake Wei... manager) C.eorge Parsons Three 'TarTwpSrT 

wfileh 11 Te«s enlliuslnst cun nnd his clover company played "A lurklM ,„ ana , np ' - n 

and h to h conthi ed monthly '&***" -"•'» 25:111. to large nuillences 1 each , )onv ,. r nllu v ' k .| n |, r 

'm^mm%^mtmS^SS^ '"«>"• '«• ProHuetlon was highly enjoyed No , , , f (ha K 



are the appearance 'In t'sne of this pu 
Hon. It Is a re, " 
up to date 
want to know, 

possibly oftener, to the end of the year. Tl 
No. 1 contains the entire body of 120 games 
of Cambridge Springs, bended by Marshall s 
15, annotated by himself 1 ; n complete per- 
sonal record of nil tbo masters at C 8. : do- 
lulls, with gpmcB nnd analyse!, of tbe lllca 
(iamblt to date; and — "I cuuna tell n, I 
cnuna tell a' "—see for youraclf. Lexicon 8vo., 
pa 40, U. by Hnrtwlg Casscl nnd Hermann 
llelma. We all -know that when they prom- 
ise, the only departure from their word Is to 
do more and bettor than they say. Address 
Uartwlg Casscl, P. 0. Box 1,207, N. *. City. 



Is big. 

AUDiTontiJM TitBATltB (J. M. Barton, man- 
niter) — For week of 1 : Johnson nud Hulli- 
van. the Three nentu, Mell Orant, Harry T. 
Howard, May Van Lelr, Minnie Patterson, 
Florence Hdwnrds, auil the Fleore Hlsters 
Trio Johnson and Sullivan will produce 
tbe burlesque. "A Trip to U10 Moon. Busi- 
ness Is very geod. 

John Bouinhon'b Show comes Aug. 0. 
s 

linnvlll... -At Wells' Casino (Jake Wells, 
manager) Walter Edwards' Co.. In "Sherlock 
Holmes," played July 24-30, lo good returns. 
The Casino will close for the season with 
Ibis engagement. 

I.yiichliurg.— At Illvormont Park < 



PeternlMirir.— The Academy of Music 
(Wm. E. French, manager) was dark week 

of July 20 The John Itoblnson Show 

is billed for two performances Aug. (I. 

. +*+ 

■WlSCOJIHIN. 



Salatlona. 

CLIMAX" (June 20) 
to It an, B to K Bit; 2. 



"TIII3 
1.. H to R ail. B to K act. 
;.|. any: a.. Q mates. This 



concluded. 



HUmMkaef- Pmtsa flMgwrt new piny, 
"Mrs. Krskln's Devotion," will have Its orig- 
inal m-oduetlen at the Davidson Theatre, 
Sunday, July 31, nnd will run for the week. 

AcAfiKvr (Kdwln ThunhoUKer. mnuugeri. 
— "Fedora," week of 25, drew, the usual 
crowdK. Kvn Taylor and Lngene Moore 
closed their KMeltl engngement Sunday, 81. 



lO Q to her Kt Mnce (jreenleaf, the new leading man, vyl I 
Hash of genius ^kg his first appearance Aug. 1, In Sol- 
Is the celebrated "Bristol Theme/' and almost 
equals the renowned "Indian" In tbe number 
of imitations and thefts It lias Inspired. 



OF KNIOMA No. 2,404, 



S..BtoKR8IltoKt.-. 
O..Kt-QKt6 K-hls 3 
7..K-K 4, compels 

v.. Kt to mate. 



l,.KttoK(l(ci)KtoB2 
H.-WHS' KXR 
3-U-U8 K-Q2 

4..Kt-QB6 KBxKt 
(a) All White's moves give check. 
OF ENIOMA No. 2,40fi. 
1. . Rio Ktod+K to 0(1)1 4..BXKP+ Kvn 
:i..llXKtP K-bsq I fl..lt-K8,mate. 

(1) 
1.. It KtoBsii I 4..0IOK8 4- Ktlnter 

2..BXK P+ KB J s..QxRt, mate 
8..BxKtP-l-K-Kt84|' I The "cliallenae" con- 
aisled of a bet of one guinea that De La ll. 



diers of Fortune." Lansing Ilowan will also 
commence her specIAl engngement In this 
ultiv \vi'(*k of B. 
Notks.— Ilnrnuin & Dalloy come Aug. 8. 

for two performances.. Oiib Weinberg. 

of "Tbe Storks." Is spending the Hummi-r 
In this city...... The ('ryHtal Theatfjcwll 

remain closed during August. Chester I. 



owry 

the •Interest of every road member of .No. 3 
to send him their address nt ouee. Bra. Les- 
ter Arnuson, of No. it, has urrlved home, hav- 
ing been wllh Ultigllng Bros.' Cirrus Until n 
short time ago. Ilro. Arodsuu will be locnled 
at the Bijou Theatre ngnln the coming sen- 
son. Pro. Joe (I. Hownrd, of No. 3, who was 
hurt a short time ago In a wreck nt (iorliani, 
N. II., Is able to sit 1111 for a short time each 
duy. He Is getting along nicely. Bro. Rich- 
ard Armstrong, of No. 3, writes from Huston 
that he Is able to be out ngnlu, after n severe 
Illness. 

Notes from Denver. Col., Local, No. II. — 
The Nos. 1, 2. nnd 3 curs of the Blngllug 
Bros.' Shows have been with us, and next 
week the show comes. All the hoys ou the 
everything wllh them 
he Floto Shows played 
to good business. While 
into Shows, was al Den- 
ver, five hill posters, were made members' nf 
our local, and ihn car left a solid union tine. 
Mel, A, Paris was made nil honorary mem 
Iter of No. II. Bill I lull, advertising ngent 
of Hie Tnber nnd llromlway theatres. Is 
Must on a vacation of six weeks,' Inking In 
the big fair and the Klks' reunion at Cin- 
cinnati. Our Hccrctilry, Pfeaa, K. Whitney, 
has left Denver and gone with the Kiln Sign 
Co.. nl Kt. Louis, No. II Is arranging a 
mammoth picnic, lo be given about the mid- 
dle of Augnst. Hro. penny feels very proud 
of having secured Hie signature of the Kioto 
Shows to the circus agreement, and has for- 
warded the same to Secretary McCormlrk. 
No. (I keeps growing. Inking In 11 few new 
members occasionally, and expects by. next 
convention to hnva nn Increase of fifty over 
same time Inst year. All road members In 
arrears are rcuuestcil to comirtunleatf wllh 
our secretary, K. It. Gcrson, V, O. Box 348, 
Denver. 

Notes from Loral No. 24, HulTulo, N. Y. 
■ — Brn, Howard C. Bristol, our treasurer, 
who has hnd. charge of all the advertising 
at the Athletic Park this Summer, has left. 



During 
D'Kstn. who. for the pnst three years has 
been the manager of the theatrical end of 
the (i.c'iii Pier enterprises, resigned bis po- 
sition with that enterprise, I,, I In- regret of 
11 huge circle of bis. local friends ami of iho 
niiiiiseineiil eontliigent. Mr, D'ltata Is now 
inking a much needed rest here, W. K. 
Slim kelfuiil has been selected to take- this 
position, nnd has alraady taken hold of the 
management. 

tcilsnliedi. — The theatrical season of 
lillH-n will open here Aug. II, when tbo 
Lyceum Theatre (Kirov & Drake, malingers) 
will present "The Factory lllrl" ll-HL "A 
Modem Viking" l.V17. Dockstmler's Min- 
strels pluj-cil July 23, In very large business. 

Notks. — The Lyceum Thelitis has lieeu 
generally renovated, wllh new carpels anil 
mailing throughout. The lobby has been 
painted ond redecorated, as have the foyers, 
dressing moms and singe. A confectionary, 
programme uud opera glass booth has been 
established III the foyer. New electric lights 
will lie Installed. Herman Fredericks will bo 
head usher this year : Pish; Perry will retain 
her ihihUIoii as treasurer: William I-'romm 
will no stage nintiuger, succeeding Charles V. 
Perry: (Icorge Hector will he doorkeeper, and 
tile others of Hie stuff will remain ilia sniflu 
ns Inst year. .Many of Hie more slerllug melo- 
dramas will he Introduced, Willi a number of 
new productions. Hlulr A llavllii ure the 
booking ngenis. 



Trenton.— At Mercer County Park (John 
\k O'llrlen, manager) the bill, Aug. 1 und 

week, Includes: Hilly Bellies, Agnes Iluvlls, 
Hntberland and Forila, Dollne Cole, nnd. tho 
Boston Mimical Trio. - . ' , . 

Hl'Hixii Ik«KH Paiik (Management Trenton 
Street lliillwny Co.) — Bill Aug. 1 and week: 
Percy Walling,- Southern Trio, Lawmnco. Syl- 
vester, the Vnnns, Roger and Ifollo Dolah. 

Notkb.— 'I'aylor Opera House opens Ibe 
season Aug. 10 Willi llnverly's Minstrels, 

Business, bus been so good ut Mercer 

Pleasure Park that Manager O'llrlen con- 
templates running Ihn same as a Winter re- 
sort L. Stoddard Taylor, for the past 

few seasons on the business staK of Frank 
L. I'erley, has been chosen ni manager of 
Taylor Opera House. 



Newark. — At Proctor's Theatre 



ftin Eweyk, soloist, who came from (.er 
niany to take port In Ibe Saengerfeat, lost traction for 
his voice after taking part In Ilic llrst two Un Wl n„, „,] 
concerts, nnd was obliged to withdraw from ■ 

the programme on Saturday Wlery s 

Band, which scored such a tremendous ^suc- 
cess at Piihsl Pork, bM-brefl engiiged for a 
nix weeks' seiismi nt the Imposition com- 
mencing Aug. 15. 



Ihn Academy, getting the paper out for Joo 
Welch, In "The Peddler," the opening ,it- 
tbe coming season. Ilro.- Cli.is. 
advertising agent of the Academy, 
Is kept busy also. The Academy Is strh-l- 
ly union from cellar to garret, and wp .ex- 
pert to have all the other houses' the 'sane 
way when they open. Ilro. Prank Bow has 
been doing all the, advertising 1 w^rk-for tne 
Heiioire Slock Co., at the Star Theatre, ibis 



| ,J o, 



Aits- 



Fisher, of t lie Crystal, has gone to New- and is once more busy In the bill room of lln.Fynes. general malinger) the bill offered 
iirt. Wis., for n montb'n stay. ... ..Arthur ■ 



this week is exceptional In ipuillly. Wil- 
liam II. Pnscop, the popular lending man, 
and Helen Wilcox present Ilia playlet "Lova 
und Wnr." William Itoiielll, In "The Mil- 
lionaire nnd the Actress," Is also a prom- 
Itient feature, ably nsslsled by bis owl) nun- 
•phny. Llblile Arnold lllonclell i-hurins lb her 
ihiitiiy way. and, tbe Hat also luclilibm : Wm. 
C11I1II1. Keeley Brothers, Itnckett nnd Hazard, 
Meyers ond Homo, and Fred Dunworih. 



Under rbt Itm. 

gfl | ^. ■■ K. » "I > ' ■' " * ■ " » 

Notks rnoM Buri'iui Bill'b Wild West. 
— (leorge Davis, cowboy 'cyclist, who was 
Injured nt Mansfield June 27, und refused 

to go lo the hospital, resumed bin perilous 
feat of " 'cycling the gup" nt OaluaborouBh, 
June 211. rhpiestrlaii Director Johnny Baker 
has infused a lot of clever comedy Into the 
Wild West scenes, which makes 11 big im- 
provement. Manager Orlilhi, of the annex, 
Is using a Jap ami Cossack for hla opening 
"bally-hon." The Fourth of July was glori- 
ously celebrated at York. The entire show 
wus a muss of trl-colur bunting from aide 
show lo stables, tbe Union Jack mill Stars 
nud Stripes being displayed with cniinl lav- 
lifaoeas. Caterer-Ilallanl, of the '-Holed de 
Cody and Bailey," Rave us a grand dinner, 
nt which s col. Cody made one of hla char- 
acteristic speeches, euloglxliig Iho two great 
iiruuebDHi of the Aiixio-Snxoii race, una re- 
marking upon the good feeling existing be- 
tween. Oreat Brllnlii and the Dulled Stales 
of America. Three hearty cheers were then 
given by the assembled rough riders of nil 
nations for King Hklwurd, yucca Alexandra 
and President ItooNcvelt. New Castle on 
Tyne. week of July ll, was the record break- 
er mIiuc our advent on this side of the Al- 
lnntle, peoplo being turned away al every 
performance. It was u banner week with 
Hie privileges as well. The 11. P. It. Tigers 
held n smoker at the Crow's Nest Inn, New 
Cnslle-on-Tyue, July 14. Au excellent pro- 
gramme wns rendered by the following; 
Chits. Whnlen, H. De Havllaml, Frank Pos- 
ter, Sir, Thompson, Thou. I!i>n"ti»nu, Pi-uf, 
Dabbler, Kt. Thomas dice Club (18), Pick 
Plersnti. W. Spark, P.. Patterson and Ut. 
Alex. Jule Keen.- also made us. an Inter 
estlng speech, and rendered one of his uM 
lime monnlogiii'S, with n song. In hla lillmil 
able style, which reminded us of "lliiltnlo 
Bill's Dutchman" twenty years ago. Popular 
President Posey brought the piogniiniue to a 
close by making a few remarks on lint order. 
We have no ni-lcdeiiis lo record, the general 
lirnllh Is good, the weather Is lino auil 
business Is 111. the top notch. 

Tin: (Imkat Pan Amkiiicis Ctm.'llH reports 
lino business In Hie Dukoliis, nutwltlisinuil- 
lug tlu> many snows lu that section, CI wis. 
I-:, MrKeu Is mllroiid cnutrnclnr ; clins. Kills, 
local ciiiilrnclor : P. S. Mattnx, manager of 
car Nn. 1, wllh twenty assistants. 

Tiik Hkkat DM Vii.him wrlles : "I have 
closed wllh the Sun Bros.' Circus, and 
o|M*ned with (lenlrv llros,' Nn. 2 Show, ap- 
pealing In my comedy mule act, which Is 
creiilliig 11 dully success, I am still ('rent- 
ing n big rensntlon nil the sttvetH, llindo up 
ns lloollgnii. Have signed wllh the 'Hneln 
Her' Co. for I he coming then I ileal season, 
lo do my unsupported ladder arl nud Happy 
lloollgnii trick |ilcy< lo llupplug Dim Map gel, 

Wit, P. Caiiii.i., who was (unnerly wllh 
lliimiini i llailey, and Itluglliig Urns.' ml 
viinc-e forces, la now nt Salem, Miss. 

Bt'N Mcntii ll Ibis season with Camp- 
bell Bros.' Shows, doing his ladder drops, 
nud ploying calliope. 
- Itiisi-Kii nr Dn Mack'n iim Himw . 
Hilly De Mack, proprietor ami ninnuger : 
Minnie De Muck, Ihl. anil I'nnsv Kelt tier. 
l.otiu mid Puller, Bert and Mane, Monk I "in - 
ley, Ihish canvas niaii ; lllackev Marslmll. 
boss hostler: Polly Rice, i-hef, auil the usual 
iitiioimt of canvas men, grooms, ele, lliislnekM 
litis been fair, ns we have had nothing but 
ruin for Die lust seven weeks. Vet the lliinn- 
clul pari Is on tbo right side of Hie ledger. 
We a ii> now wurkiug townrds tho coltnii Hell, 
nnd expect lo do n, belter business limn wn 
linve ever done before. As soon as we aaM 
our tenting season we start lu our prlvnlo 
cur Vila for Cnllfnrula, for the W liner. 

NiiTITH kiiii.m Cot.. CiiMM^H' Wild West 
Imlhiii Congress und Hough Riders of tint 
World, nt the St. Louis IvxiHisltlon.— We hnvn 
oil* of Ilia stellar nil ructions, und it Is gel-' 
ling Its full share of nalroiiugc from the 
throngs on tbo Pike dully. (Ill Sundays nil 
exhibition Is given by using Ilia rear en- ' 
lruni-i In the uremi. The iinnn In fully one 
ihoiisiinil feet from Ibe fair propor, and Is 
nut of Ilia Jurisdiction of the Louisiana Pur- 
chase Imposition. 'Ibis Is tbe only show 
that enjoys this patrimony. Col, Cummins 
bus eclipsed till his former efforls III bis ve- 
hicle of uintiBsiuent The show nnmprlscii 
over three hundred nnd lifty peoplo, includ- 
ing I lid In us from (Illy- mm tribes, I he ma 
Jorlly or which are now all but extinct. 
Prom litis fact the show nir.inls historical 
Mmly. The ciitnmrlmi Is under I liu personal 
illrn Hon of I 'dl. Frederick T, I'limmlui. Jo- 
seuli Pa/eii Is looking uficr the exploitation 
of the couci'ssluli, 

DiiW Fnnii writes: "I opened mv I Inn Ford's 
Big cil.v Show Mny 14, lo good buMness, with 
one of Hie-best companies I have ever man- 
aged. The Aiulella Troupe, aerliillslH : (Jen. 
WuUon, coiueilhiu and dancer; Tom St. 'Ju- 
lian, oiirlullit; Km Zanoi, - oonlnrtlonlatH ; 
('has. Bradley, vocalist ami 1 omiidliin ; I In I 
lie Bradley, soprano vocalist And coon 
singer: Kdnn Brown, singing uml diinclug 
Noubrelte; Joo Molilck, balancing trapnxe, 
Juggler, wirn walker and heavy wclglii 

llflcr. A corps of live funny clowns, In- 
cluding Hon Ford, fleo. Wiitwni, Clins. Bry- 
an, Jimmy Oakley uud Frank Morris, who 
presented on the slreet their clown 'llaiiila 
Itossn,' and 'Cyclist 'leaping the gap,' 011 a 
bicycle, outside, nnd Hie 'globe of death' In- 
side. Don Ford prosentcd bis card manipu- 
lation uud iiuigleiil Illusions The show con- 
tinned to do good business until J una IN, 
when I was compelled to close It ami go Into 
Ihn University of Peniisylvnnln Hospital with 
iippeudlcltls and catarrh of Ihn Htomnrli. I 
WilH lonllneil I hero live weeks 11 ml lmve HOW 
Just is-guii lo recover my health. I ahull 
pi nimbly rest during tho retnahuler of Sunt- 
1 ', nud then luke my show lo Mexico, Cen- 
tral and Rollth America, to which climate 
my doctors hnvn ordered nte, null shall pro 
bablv have to post none the production of 
'Twin's Trlji lo f.eljisli.'' next, seoxuu." 

NllTHM VIIOM run I.Kgi ItltllXIONII ClItCUH. 
—This allow closed at Helium. Pa., July IN. 
The following people wero with the show : 
Shields Bros.. Walter Fry, Al. Unslon, .lack 
I. ne, M. M. Richmond, Prof. Aninlth, bund of 
eight Pieces ; Mrs. Richmond, Hurtle Lea. 
Mrs. Powers nnd nn advance force of eight 
men, under Hie direction of Will (.'. Sites. 

Tun MARVKnoi.'H Ntciiui.H Informs iim that 
be In doing nicely wllh Forepiiuuli ft Sells 
llros.' United Shows, lie says ho will In- 
trochlea n novelty contortion net next sennon. 

P. P. Cuact closed with Ihn Sells ft Downs 
Shows, and Is resting at Atlantic City, N. I. 

Ki-.nnkiiv am. Fanninii are In their four- 
leenlli wenk with Welsh Bros,' circus, They 
report that llinlr wooden shno dancing act 
Is earning tbera repeated encores at every 
performance. 

NVi-km KIIOM TflR ltOM,A 1'OX Know.— Wr 
are now In our twelfth week, and thus far 
huvo had a Hiiecessfoi season. Wa have. 
had only two light losing weeks, although 
we have hnd an unusually rainy season 
■gainst us. We have toured Indiana, Illi- 
nois, Wisconsin nnd are now In Northern 
Michigan. Wn will start Mouth about tlio 
Inst nf September, making a long season 
by spending the Winter In the floutn, 

Notks moil At,. F. Wiikki.kii'm Nkw Monti, 
Snow. — Thus far we have struck only one 
had town since our opening. We have added 
three new musicians to Hie band. Our 
"ad." In Tun Cm rem brought its over seven-, 
ty-elgbt answers. Wn havn added to. our 
side show front three new hiiunors made by 
Hie Haydert ('o„ which are very ahowy. 
Prnr. V. Rnrmont visited u» for sevurii! 
days. The boys all tinted to see him leave, 
but his work starts next Monday. We gave 
n good heiirly cheer, and ' Ihe band 'struck 
up, 11 time. We look fur "Tiik ()u> llgu- 
Ant.K" I'licli week: All well with the crowd. 
■ ■ ♦ . » -,, . . 

— Tho Bontinlr- Price Co, cloned a nenson 
of forty-eight weeks at Natchez, Mlsi. 



542 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 6. 



RA YMON MOljRK'H 

; MASTERPIECE. 

IT IRAN 

|ENTKANUIN(1 80NO. 



AN IN8P1RIN0 MAUOH BONO, 
WITH IRRESISTIBLE OWING. 
THEY CAN'T KEEP THE PEBT 
STILL. EVERYBODY ;OIN8 IN. 



PRODUCERS I PERFORMERS! LEADERS AND ALL HANDS, HERE'S THE GOODS ! 

"DEAR LEIMORE 



BALLADI8TS, INBTROTIENTALISTI 
QUAHTKrTJ. TRIOS ™' 
AND DnETIBTS. 
IT'S GREAT FOR. YOIT. 



A COON BONO 

THAT'S 

DIFFERENT. 



Have yon heard 
CLAR10K VANCE sing 



'THE GIRL WHO HAS WOH MY HEART" 
"THERE'LL RE NOTHIHG RUT SWEET DREAMS" 



FOR SOLO OR NUMBER \'o 

HAROH (JAN TOUCH I if ™ 

GET IT AND BE OONVINOED 

yUARTETTES.GETONi 



4 OR101NAL, GOOD 
AND OATOHY. EVERY 
SINGER WANTS IT. 



CHORDS: Um-Urn, There'll He Nothing Hm Sweet Dreams for My Baby and Mine, 
Urn-Urn, There'll Be Nothing But Sweet Dreams, Oh ! won't It be line: 



A warm I 

Urn-Cm There'I 



bird, a bottle of wine, a chop; suey supper and a Jolly good time, 
fhere'll be Nothing But Sweet Dreams for My Baby and Mine. 



■«< 



v 8 BELIEVIN" 

"I WANT MY MAMMA. 



A REALLY GREAT COON SONG. 
TRY IT. 



For 

Illustrated Acts, 



»> 



MOST PATHETIC CHILD SONG 
PUBLISHED. 



Wall* Song 
for Number or Solo, 



"■' 



» 9 YOU'LL OET A SURPRISE 
• WITH THIS SONG. 



Ill iDiSfit? VWHV1 Incites bis friends to write abont their act, or come and see him. 
VlMBAnvB bnvbtM Ho will dz you up with good stuff, and put the act In line shape. 



, 48 W. 28th St., H. Y. 



DO IT NOW 

Before yon go on the road look over your stook 
of FILMS slid BLUISH and seo If yon hnvo any 
old ones that you wish to exoliango for new ones 
We always carry a large slock of new and second- 
hand Films snd Bong Hlldos as well as Machines 
on hand, and will exchange your old ones If you 
so desire. Send ok a list of what you have and 
wo will at once let you know how we will trade. 

Hero Are Some •( Oir DAH8AM8: 

ONE EDISON UNIVERSAL MACHINE, 

COMPLETE 140.00 

SOD FT. OF FILM 40.00 

EDISON TRAIN ROBBERY Ot.OO 

Oror 100 8ETS OP RON SLIDES. 

MAN WITH THE LADDER AND THE HOE, $1.00 

PER SET. 
DOE8 THIS TRAIN GO TO HEAVEN, «7.0fl PER 

BET. 
BLUE BELL. 

I'VE GOT A FEELING FOR YOU. 
We Rent Machines, Films and Slides, 
With or Without Operators. 

RADIUM DANCE 

TIIWJ CRAZES OF NEW YORK. 
THK HIT OF PIFFI FAFF! POVFt 
TIIK HIT OF I.OIK FDLLEll. 
THR HIT OF THE ST. LOUIS 
WORLD'S FAIR. 
For full particulars address 

ALFRED L. HAR8TN « CO., 

IIH R. 14th St., Tel. 3812 (Ira. 

NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. 



ROOMV 

The Twentieth Century lystagogno, 

IN A FROLIC WITH THE GHOSTS, AN ACT 

THAT IS A MYSTERY, SOMETHING NEW 

UNDER THK BUN AT LAST. 

wmcsc asi-id !_■:■:. 

THE DIMINUTIVE 0HINEBE MAGICIANS, THE 
ONLY ACT OF ITS KIND. 

Hmvo a full line of special pictorial and dcsorlp- 
u ve paper, photo frame*, hair tone cuts, etc. 

BOMB OPEN TIME IN AUGUST AND SEPTEM- 
BER, FOR PAItKH. AT LIBERTY SEASON 11104- 
11*05, FOR VAUDEVILLE and COMBINATION, or 
anyone desiring a novelty feature aot; photos 
of acts If you want iheni. Have Edison M. P. 
Machine, weeks of July ih-2J, Union Park 
Pavilion, Clsrkiburg, W. Va. 

Per. address, WHEELING. W. VA. 

FOR HALE CHEAP. NSW AFTER THK FLOOD 
ILLUSION, NEVER USED, 190. 




I 



Wan**. 




JUVENILE WOMAN, 



SCENIC ARTISTR. 

Will buy Interior Country 8tore Set, 
Oil Dropi. 

Wilk eabarre, Pa. 



FOR SiLE.|OfcJU». 



TO HEAR AT ONCE FROM ALL FIRST CUSS 

VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS 

Open for September. Give particulars and lowest 
salary. 



CHORUS LADIES 

Of good appearance for hew Vaudeville Act. State 
salary wanled, and send photon. 

CHAM. II. BRE1TB4RTH, 
Rooms M and M, U8U Chestnut St., I'hlla,, Pa. 



WANTED, 

MUSICIANS 

Of ALL KINDS, 

FOR WAGON CIRCUS. Write or Wire lowest 
HSfc .. .. Address Camden, Ind.. 6: Flora e, 
Bedafla «, Mlohlga ntown a. C. R. LAMONT. 

Harris Parkinsoa Co. 

WANTS 

CLEVER CHARACTER 



Owing to having assumed control of a city 
theatre which will occupy all of my time, 
offer for sale a comedy now on the road, a 
big success Inst season, company traveling In 
li h own private car. Season completely 
booked In good class of theatres. A complete 
line of special printing all paid for, laying on 
shelves. Entire outfit, Including car, will be 
sold cheap. Address 

FRED. 0. CONRAD, 

SUITE V, 402 GARDEN CfK BLOCK, 
CHICAGO, ILL. 

JN0. A. HIMMELEIN 

WANTS QUIOK, 

First Class Repertoire 
Leading and Heavy Ian 

BUST ONLY. Must join at once. Photos and 
full particulars quick. No time for useless 
correspondence. Ilepertolrc People In all 
lines, write. Silence a negative. 
KKLLEY ISLAND, OHIO. 



WILL OPEN SEPT. 6, 1MM. I AH NOW BOOKING 
FOR THE SEASON. All performers who have 
been promised opening date write or wire at 
once. J. B. T HOMPSON . 

Wanted, for Sept —Oct. Fairs 

ThroaghNew York, New Hampshire, Mass. .Maine, 
Lightning Artist, Uane Carvers, Banket Makers, 
Rug and Silk Weavers, Candy Makers, Donlors In 
Shells, Mexican Curios, Indian Rellos, Florida 
Curios. State in letter what yon bare. Wanted, 
experienced sellers of fair ground novelties. Ad- 
dress, until Aug. 2.1,170 Washington St., Boston; 
Sept. 1. Owego, N. Y., Fair Grounds; Sept. I. Con- 
cord, N. It., Fair Ground. N. 8. UURtiES. 



BALLOONS AND CARNIVAL GOODS 

All Preah Btook. 



OOB GAS BALLOONS are 
made of Iho best French rubber 
In three colon, rod, bine and green 
that Inflate full slic, warranted t 
plecorubbor. * 

N J1 - < . ., . PerGrom 

u60. Assorted colors n« 

1. White rattan switches £ 

00. Fancy covered whips... 1 60 




WANTED, FOB 



.2 



. Ml/. U VIIVIIS 

B-FLAT CORNET. OTHER MUSICIANS WRITE. 
Address J. W. GENTRY, 

Norfolk, Vs., Aug. t; Suffolk, Va., Aug. «; Peters- 

burg, va., Aug. «; Fariuvllle, vs., Ang. n; 

Roanoke, Va., Aug. 10; Lynchburg, Va., Aug. 11; 

Clifton Forge, Va., Aug. 12. 



WARTS 



REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 



Tell 
10; 



AT « 

all iimt letter. 
Danville, III., Aug. 



Champaign, 



111., Aug. 



MUST JOIN ON WIRE, 
HOBT. H. HARRIS. Bedford, 



WANTED. 

Clever Specialty Woman 



Or SISTER TK AM. .state all first letter; must be 
able to loin at once. Other Useful People, write. 
J. K. ARNOLD, 
. New Martinsville, W. Va. 



Season opens Aug. 22. 
Arnold Stook Co,, ' 



Wanted, Illustrated Soog Sets 

Little Boy In Bine, City of Sighs and Tsars, Where 
the Swanoe River Flows, Blue Bell, Valley of Ken- 
tucky, Always In the Way, Village by the 8ea. For 
Hale, a Baby, and any others, NEW or OLD. Must 
be cheap for cam. Address (for iwo weeks) 

LINDSAY, care of CLIPPER Oflloe. 



AT LIBERTY 

BOB 



ArtEB 



A00. 16, 

MITA 



Peasley and La Vigne 

Novau/rv gymnasts. 

Breakaway Ladder Perch, Double Trapeze, Can- 
non Ball Juggling Act. Both play parts. 

BOB fKAHLKY, 
4J87 Second Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 



WANTED, 

COMEDIAN WHO FAKES ORGAN 

AND SINGS. SKETCH TEAM. 
WARD'S MEDICINE CO, Monessen, Pa. 



Ind, 



OPEN TIME 

..FOR.. 

OR 

M OW 

Vaudeville Acts Write Lowest Salary 

DOBBINS' THEATRE, Soheneotady, N. Y. 




\AfarhtaBd, for 

ON THE FARM CO. 

Soubrette with strong Hinging and Dunclng 
Specialty, and Actors that Double In IIi-uhh. 
AddreHs CHAH. MANLEY, 1388 Broadway, 
x. Y. Booked Southwest to coast and re- 
turn i tor twoyearB. 



HIGH CLASS 
MAGICAL APPARATUS 

At moderate prices. Large atock, Immense 
variety. Illustrated Catulogue Kree. New 
Mammoth Cutulogue Just Issued, 20 c, List of 
400 bargains In line apparatus for 2c. stamp. 
A. ROTKRBERG, 176 Ontario St., Chicago. 



WANTBD, I^OR 
AL. W. MARTIN'S 

"U. T. C." 00. Eastern), 

WOMAN TO PLAT OPHELIA. 

Ati'wer, AL. W. MARTIN, Peru, Ind. 



FOR STOCK THEATRES, REPERTOIRE 
COMPANIES AND SPECIAL ROAD PRO 
DUCTIONH, also written to order, revised 
und FOtt SALE. Send for latest catalogue, 
T. H. VVINNIflTT, U0'2 H'way, New York 
City. The Emergency limeau. 



6 "END" JOKES WANTED 

For Minstrel work — must be NEW and 
OltiniNAL— No old stuff rearranged. 
IIAltltY E. STEVENS, Norfolk, Conn. 



Wanted, for Stetson's Western Uncle Ton's 

Cabin Co., a Brass Bands, White and Colored; 
Adam wno uaii double In band; also Colored 
I'coplo (male and female) who can sing and 
dance, Man to run Electric Lights who uau play 
brans. . Addross AL. ooiiLD, Manager, 

I'ulutli, Minn., for two weeks, after that Iowa 
City, Iowa, «■ liorc cotiipauy will open Sopl. 10. 



Fair 8r«BR(l Peepli Wanttd. — Anyttifng M 

fir '•Kid Show," Ballaboo and Inside. Booze, 
lailness and "mwcIIs" last one day. All In urst. 

DR. HAY CHAMB ERLAIN, Wavorly, III. 

Wanttd, Sketch T7ei,¥yilciTMe^rnet 

Player, Juggler, Magician. Lorello, write. Salary 

low, but sure. Camp life; wagon show. 

RIPPBL SHOW, Loganaport, ind., Aug. 10. 

i e.SHIHDHELy.TltootncJll Wli 

I MAKER. Hood work for low prices. 
J IIS West UOth HTRKF.T. New York. 

end sta mp tor snosMii. 

I* A HTM ft] M ' Yll,,n ? Professional 
■ A J* I. ^ BV M.V i Actress would like 
Join "recognized" performer In Vaudeville Sketch. 
, MISS A. 1(11 KAM. Ill Ida moud St., I'hlla, Pa. 
P. S — Can y ou Join me h ere? 

WANTED, MEDICIHE PEBF0RIEB8 

No tlokets; salary In advance when you arrive. 
jftBJfo.jf.rai BJM BJMO. NORTH AMERICAN 
MKD10INF. 00., Weslvllle Center, N. Y, | 



WIGS 

Bom 



■kT LIBKRTY 

Strong Slide Trombone. 

, . 0HA8. II. BROOKE, 
Lamb's Muslo lloune, Poltstown, Pa. 



AT LIBERTY, AOBIT OR IAIA0EB, 

Thoroughly Experienced, Sober nnd Reliable 
and a JIiihii.t. Beat of Reference. AL. 
CLARK, 2tU So. 8th Ave., ML Vernon, N. Y. 

SLEIGH BELLS WANTED. 

State full particulars. LEO. ST. ELMO, 

m Meade St., Wllklnsbnrg SI a., Pittsburg, Ta. 



THElfSTEilfikl, 

Muslcsl and Karen Comedy People, 10 Chorus 
Ulrls ; must be good looking. Man to direct 
and manage stage. Mualclnns for RAO.: 
Lender and Arranger. Show opens Sept. near 
Indianapolis. State all first letter. Pay your 
ESTES, AmerlciiH, Oa. 



DOLING PARK STOCK CO. 

WANTED AT ONOE, 

Good Character Woman (with specialties pre- 
ferred), oood Juvenile Leading Man, a Han for 
(ienoral Business, Oood Comedian with special- 
ties. Must join upon receipt of wire. Wanted, a 
Oood Organized Stock Co. for month of September. 
Address ROBT. L. DOLING, S pringfield, Mo. 

PARTNER 

For an Old Established, Money Making Repertoire 
Co. that has bees on the road It years. Small 
capital required. Will bear the closest Invest!- 

Jatloii. Those meaning business address 
■ J, HU BBRT. Qon. Del., Parkeriburg, W. Va, 



WHISTLING BALLOONS. 

No. 
IB. 

66. 
M. 
68. 

in 

36, 



Perorosi 
Assorted colors.. M 60 
Assorted colors... i 80 
Assorted colors... ] m 

McUlnly..„ 371 

B«o«»K« 7 % 

Flying Serpents ... 2.10 

Dying Pigs 4 js. 

Wo also carry full linen of 
Walking Canes Cheap 
Jewelry, PockctKnives, Pick 
out I'rlic-i, Return Balls, etc, 
and inakcupeelectedloLslor 
Ji, $10, 130 and up. 

We are Headquarters for 

SOUVENIR AND CAMPAIGN GOODS 

Dnrlng 1004 wo will carry a complete line of 
Fancy Sovcnlr floods and Novelties for World'* 
Fair sales ; alsoa com plete line of Campaign Ooodc 
Buttons, Badges, Novelties, etc. Don't f nil to call 
and see us when in the city. Catalogues mailed 
on application. 




COE, YONGE & 
7th and St. Charles St. 



CO., 

St. Louis 



WANTBD, FOR 

DALE BROS.' Mammoth Pavillin Attraction, 

DRAMATIC AND .SPECIALTY PEOPLE, sll lines 
for Pavilion Dramatic Co., balanco of Bummer, and 
"Near the Throne" (booked In best city lime) ror 
regular season opening In Oct. Address OKO. 
SALISBURY, and state lowest; we pay exp. S. D. 
DALE IIR08., Cambridge Springe, Pa. 



WASHBURNE'S 

«- FASTENERS 

lb* Fastener with ■ Bill l-nrn. CRIP 

Mm 0.4 * omfurt »od utllllj i. Ih «l , um. .« [-]>a»1 to 
>^__ Srj < h.ln .net Ulnj, tie, 
" !-ChK — »>«»M»SBiiB»rt«ri,SOt. 
'Y 1 ^ „;. ,» CatfHeMfra, SOe. 

" Isari IieM.ra, in,. 

!tto kit >*(„, U\ Mi^ 
M.I PmimM. 

c.ui^iw riH. 
Amcrlcsa Ring 
Cestpany, 

Drtil. U 




.T ft.ll 



ITY, 



The Famous Eldons 



Can change Specialties for a week. Both play 
ISO ONION 8TAOK CARPENTBH. 



own. 



IIIO 

W. 



U. 



WANTED QUICK, 

ML 





CAPABLH OV DIRECTING STAGE. 
Other peonlo who can do Specialties write. 
THK STKBLSMITHS, La Plata, Mo. 



NOTICE, ACROBAm-ST'^roli 

Tumbler and Somersault OATCHKlt. Rare chance 
for a good man. Answer. 

TBDNA^m^Pos^Olllce^Ca mden, N.J. 

SCENERY AND SHOW PAINTINGS 

John Herfnrth, Cincinnati, 0. 



IT IJKKKTi 1 — Vlolln > |,| » no > Clarionet; sll 
III BBJaWBU I tliorougoly experienced, sobor 
sod reliable men. Wish to locate In Wesl, Cali- 
fornia nroforrod. Disengaged Sept. lo. JOHN 
r"lNLAY, -JO! K. Broad Street, Savannah, lis. 

WAST», TUP LttDOIB 

For SIU NACTKI.1.K snow 8. Address L. J. 
CIIAMBERLAIN.Randmastor, Kingston, N. V., Aug, 
B;M»ugertles,N.Y., Aug. HjCaiakul, N Y.. Aug, ft, 



WANTED QUICK, FOR TEMPEST DRAMATIC 

CO.. CHARACTER and GENERAL BUSINESS 
WOMAN; with Speolaltlea preferred. 

J. TEMPEST, Shenandoah, Pa, 



BALLOONS 



OF EVERY KIND 85 

rABSRNOKRS. 
REND STAMP. 
AKHONAVT L. BTKVKItH, 
Box 181, Madison 8q., K.I, 



PAWNEE BILLS WILD WEST 

WANTS OOOD, 8 TRONO, Al.l, DAY 
OR1NOBR FOR SIDR SHOW. 

Wire as per Route. H. CI. WILSON. 

Mertdcn, C't.. Aug. .'t. Dnnbury, Ct., 4, 
Wnterbury 0, New Urltnln tl, Hartford S, 
'.. II. Plttsllnld 10. Albany, 
Palls lit, Plattsburg III. 



email parts. 
Addrexs 



Oea'l Delivery, Boutn Bond, Ind. 



AT I.IIIKHTV 



KING COLE. Ventriloquist. 

magic; and punch. 

, PEN. DEL., Duluth, Minn. 



'STRATE 

jH. rAaasow huilbing. ttrw voaa. 



HALF-IONf 
PROCESS CO. 



»<>.. ssmac iNcn- 



€> 



We work for N. A. P. V., Harry Tnorapeoe, Mr. k 
Mrs, Barry Morton, Weatern A Deveaaz, Uwrenos 
A Lawrence, Stewart A allien. Edwards A Ronoer, 
and others. Ask them whit We do and how low 
our prices are. Drop as a line for circulars. 

8TRATB HALF-TONE PROCESS CO, 
lot Park Row Blair. New Tori. 



SprlnRHeld. Miib 
NT y.. 11, Glens 



J.W.SCHWARTZ, 

SKETCH WRITER, 

Discontinues ad. till Fall (to fill orders). 

WANTED, 

LADY TO siv<; it i.t s I H A l i;n SONGS. 
Oilier Ladles with good specialties write 
unlck. C. A, STARK. Lyons, N. Y. 



L.II .. w, 

Hurntst, Plnya from piano score. Theatre 
work preferred. References exchanged. 
J. A. HOWELL8 JR., Jefferaon, Q. 



WANTED, 

Two Medlclnu Performers for week stands 
tlist cun piny Organ and Rnnjo. No boozers. 
Clifton Remedy Co., l uka, Pratt Co., Kansas. 

WANTED, FOR MATTICE STOCK CO., 

General Una. Woman with Specialty. Stnte 
full particulars. Semlpholo. Other Rep. peo- 
ple write. WARU MATTICE, Stamford, N. Y. 



JUST OUT, 124 PA8E ILLUSTRATED MAOIC 

CATALOGUE, 25c. : SUP. (" ATAL , Sc. None 
tree. Only N. M. Agent for Mahatma, 10c 
W. D. T.WROV. hih ronrt Ht. Hnston. Uass 



FILMS FOR RENT 

U MANA8SB CO., 88 Madison St. Chicago. 



AT LIBERTY. AGENT 

(A hustler) or Bus. Mgr. and Treasurer. Rep. or 
one pleoe. Sober, reliable. Best of references. 
E. O. ANDREWS, 1808 Broadway, N. Y., Room 7. 

ALL CONTRACTS FOR 8UDWEISER CARDEN, 

Belleville, III., are void. Harden changed hands. 

Parlies please write In to 

0HA8. LINK JR.. Manager. 

Wanted, Partner for- Song and Danes Act, 

LADY OR OKNT, or would like to Join company 
for coming aeason. AddresB 

CHAS. B. MOSBMAN, -2M E. isth St., N. Y. C. 



B E J7.^ LITHOGRAPH 



BTTER 

mil 

ABOUT HALF THE PRICE 

NEW LITHO-TIHT PAPER 

SEHQ FOR CATALOGUE 

Morrison Show Print 




Detroit, Mle», 



At Piano Player, silent Man, Versatile Medlclun 
Performers. Be ready lo loin on wire. 
1»Y CO 



CLIFTON MMffll 



, Wellington, Ohio. 



KI I ,MH FOR SALE. 

•io. tier foot, up. port akthur, world's 
FAIR, MT. PtSLEE, Etc. Stamp for reply. 
0. WHITTEN, Jefferson, Iowa. 



BUtt K1IV Magicians Complete Oulilt, t20; 
rUA OALIt. spirit Cabinet Act, 116; large size 
Animated Drawing Illusion, $6. Also loo other 
bargains. Look them over. Particulars for stamp. 
GEO. A. RICE, 4 Underwood St., Auburn, N. Y. 

ll PIAN1NTE. SMiHT REAIMCK. 

M months at Palace Museum In Thoatre, Minno- 
apoli«, Minn. Address MRS. DAVIS, 

PIANISTS, Beaufort Hotel, Minneap olis, Mlnr. 

Wanted, fox* 

GRISWOLD U. T. C. CO., 

CLAB10HET, B. and 0. 10 PARADES. 

Tear's engagement. Others write. Address 
HOLLY K088MYN, Terre Ha ute. Ind., quick. 



WANTED, Black Fact Singing and Dancing 

COMEDIAN AND MUSICAL ACTS, state all 
quirk. Only strictly temperate people write. 
DR. nBO.LBSTK lt, Forreston, III. 



AT 1.1IIKIITY, 

LITTLE ALICE MORTLOCK 

Child's Parts with specialties. Season of oaot 
with Summer's Stotik Co. Address CLIPPER. 




STERE- 

OPTI- 
CON, 
SIS, 



With Eteotrlo Aro, Galloum or Acetylene Light- 
Illustrated Bong Slides, Mo., oolored. FILMS 
BODOUT AND SOLD. 

L. jdjl. Wl K. 33d Btrcot, New York City. 



'CARNIVALS TOURNAMENTS PICNICS 
'AIRS hi unions. CtLEBRATIONS SHOWS tic 

TYPE*»°l>ICTORIAL WORK Wis 

(ar nival Poster Co. 

T- MINNCAPOUS MINN, 




IOIUI.ICIM, 

HERALD SQUARE, N. Y., 
POIl YOUR 

TRUNKS. 

Best in the world for tho 
money. Write for catalogue; 



PAULINE HAMMOND CO. 

WANTS Repertoire Actors in All Linen 

state age, height, and weight. For balance of 
Summer and regular season Salary sure .IAOK 
ORLRIOH write. Musician for B. k 0. Week of 
Ang. in, Lebsnon. N. II.; week of Aug. M», 
Franklin Palls, Ji. ||. 

MOR. PAIILINK HAMMOND CO.. 

soticb. mikm-mss&g^ 

Join acrobatic ant or good unicrstander for 
comedy art. ERNEST DALK, No. irW E. »th 
Street, N. Y., late of Lunlon Bros, 



AUGUST & 



THE! 1STEW YOEK CLTPPEE. 



543 



m HI OF JE BED, WHITE MI III 



4 THE SONG THAT HAS EM ALL GOING" 

PROFESSIONAL COPIES OF THIS BONO MAILBD TO THOSE SENDING DP to DATS PIIOORAMMK. 

"NOTICE TO BAND MASTER8 AND ORCHESTRA LEADERS." 

Send for this Great Number, which la Pnbllahed as » March and Two Stop. 



IEXINGTON PUBLISHING C° 

*-** 40 W. 29th ST., * NKW YORK- ^-'o. . 



PASTOR'S 

Continuous Performance Aug. I. 

JEWELL'S AUTOMATIC MANNIKBNS, 
nHAIlLIE ERNEST. 48C0TT and KDDIE, MB. 
and MRS OlIAS. BUCKLEY, BELLE HATHA- 
WAV ANDREW McLEOD. OEORtilA O'KAMEY, 
TIIF KALM08, HAYWABD and HAYWARU, 
<• IFFORD and HARVEY, ROWLEY ami GUY, 
HK IT WMflUJ, CARL UBRBERT. 

THkJlMBBIOA N VI T AORAPH. 

Huber's «* Museum 

Uco, ■!• H ubor, rropr. J. II. Anderson, Mgr. 

WANTED, for the opening, Aug. I, Attraction* and 
Freaks for Curio Hall*. Add. J. H. ANDERSON, 

an Bb oVe. 

OHAS. E. COLBY and 
ALLIE 0. WAY, 

Tim VentrlloqnUt and Dancing Doll. 

AL LAWRENCE, 

Viudavlllu "Amiitlnnlit" Mimetic. 

Permanent artdresH, B. F. P. Wo. 1, Kent, P., P.8.A. 

(THE LITTLE IWAONBT), 

Lottie Gilson i Billy Han 

..The Fl y Flirt." 73 Livingston Ave,. Yonkcrs, N.Y. 

MR. and MRS. JACK BURGH, 

PREMIER ILLUSIONISTS. 

ONKOF THOSE SATISFACTORY ACTS. 
ORAHMAN CIRCUIT, CALIFORNIA, INDEFINITE. 

MAYME REMINGTON 

And BUNDLE BOOLOO BABIF.S— Hole! Bnrlholdl, 
S Y. Agents: JOTAIOK SMITH ana^WM. MORRIS. 

BARRY i JOHNSON 

TltAVESTIE S IN VAUDEVILLES 

GILMOUR and LATOUR 

CH1-UAN-OY BEACH, MICHIGAN CITY, 
IMP., UNTIL SEPT. 1 . 

HARRY BROWN, 

TUK SINGING COMEDIAN. UI8 NEW SONO HIT, 
"I'LL DO AS MUCH FOR YOU." 

■ ■' ' Ore of clippe r. 

"TOM BATJflJHAN, 

Descriptive Actor, Vocalist, Change 

Artist. 
AT PASTOR'S THEATRE, N. Y., AUG. 1(1 



AT LIBERTY FOR NEXT SEASON, 

TROCADERU QUARTETTE. 

196(1 W. POLK BT., CIIICACO, ILL. 

job uiivNKa, Bep. 

BERTRAM MILLAR, 

LEADS and HEA V1E8, 47 W. 28th St., Noir York. 

EfiO. @ MY WOODWARD 

THE ORIGINAL SUNBURNED RPBEB. 

Mile. Aline, 

•»RaCIN/IIIER 

LADY JUGGLER 

"A decidedly pleasing 
diversion.'* . . . . 

TIME ALL FILLED 

UNTIL MAY J«, '116. 

Home address, COLUMBUS, 0. 

Why TodY 




Marion and Deane 

^TPMBLISO RUN PARK, POTTBV1LLB, PA. 

WILL GARDINER 

Til K RU HE WITH Til I 8KATE8, 

WITH JOS. Ji FLYNN. 
Tlila week Salisbury Beach, Newburyp ort, Main. 

To Managers and Agents. 

Ny address 18419 Hamburg, Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Telephone 648 Bushwlck. 

HARRY THOMSON. 



JUGGLING MATHIEUS 

MATtVELOUS DISPLAY OK DEXTERITY. 

: TnlgWook,Hgoon I'mk, Clnulniiall, 0. 



THK UOLBROOKS, 

Celebrated 'iuukichI net. Including the lady 
<'liiiui|ilou.KHWiphone- soloist. Open time.' 
Address nux 172, Shcrhorii, Mass, 

brooks BROS. & CO. 

I'RESKNT 

QIP-PIBAITFII BUFFIII 

Aug. 8, Part, Putnnm, Conn. 



Book^routE 

;4 r N[W YORK REPRESENTATIVE 

^n^vMomm t/ml 

Te *MSmfW A,C:DORN£R. 
xit'CKmorAfPTmrAfBiDti viw yopk.. 



WANTED, 

Thoroughly Experienced Character and 
General Baslnass Ian. 

Preference tn one doing apcel.ltlos. Must Join 
"1 wiro. AK1SQT0N 00HEDIAN8, Nasavllle, 111. 



FILMS 
FOR 
RENT 



SUPERIOR 64 
WEEKLY NORTH 
SERVICE. CLARK ST.. 
PROMPT CHICAGO, 
ATTENTION. ILL. 

The Film Rental Bureau 



Principal Riding Acts 

FOR 

MACKAY'S 
European 3 Ring Circus 

SEASON CLOSES N9V. 30. 

Permanently located at World Pair, Bt Lonls, Mo. 
Telegraph ANDREW 11ACKAY. 
Manager Maokay's European Ulroua, World Fair, 
St, Louis, Mo. 

"cheapest on earth. 

MANUSCRIPT PLAYS. 

SPECIAL OFFER. 

ANY SEVEN MANUSCRIPTS, with PARTS, COM- 
PLETE, ONLY ean.oo. 
ANY FIVB MANUSCRIPTS (WITHOUT PARTS), 
ONLY 111.00. 
All Newly Typewritten, Nlcoly Bound aud 
Corrected. Hond for Catalogue. 

Southern Manuscript Exchange, 

KNOXVILLE, TEWN. 

RECORD BREAKER 

OPERA HOUSE, 

BRAZIL, INDIANA, 

W. H, LEAVITT, Massjur. 
A few good epen dateB In Oclolior, November, 
January, KebruMynnil March, 

Wanted, for tl*e 

Carrick Stock Co., 

Leading Man, with square cut*, tall, good ward- 
robe, good looker. flivc age, height, complexion. 
Advivuie Agent that, can Thistle for week stands: 
good press worker. Piano Player. mAtc or female; 
Mason's work. Full particulars to i Itrst letier. 
lowest salary, etc. Address JA1 K.USKLI,, Mgr., 
Champaign, III., weok Aug. 1; Bloomlngton, HI., 
woek Aug 7. 

PEOPLE II HI LINES WANTED. 

lcT.urtm.lsAug.16. Good treatment andalway., 
mre. regular tnonoy. Usual expenses paid. Son 
photo, usual descriptions and programmes. Want 

a gno,l ^^^^kS.* STANTOM. 

Manager Starr Comedy Co., Norwich, S-Jf. 



FOB SALE OB EXCHAH 8E, FILB8. 

New Long Subjeola, Oxlythe Oss Outdts, ISO 
^'•Tc^aYlTr. KM So. 19.h St., Omaha. 

Geo. W. Snow 

MONOLOOUH MUSICAL ARTIST, 

July ill, Opera Bouse, Butte, Mont. 



Performers In All Branches and Cams Bess, 

I OR SKKRHBOK'B BIO SHOW. Per route. 



WANTED, FOR GENTRY TRAINED ANIMAL 

",7w BXPKRIENOKI. M r KLAT CLAR.ONBT 
AND ALTO. Addres^ LK^PARKBTT 



MUSICAL MAN WANTED, PLAY SEVERAL 

Instrument*: Experienced Med. Performer; 

SPBr^e^gflgg^S; 

sketch Team* and other trB.-roiKc.llclne People. 
lMt job. Wire lermj. Jg^j|Wg& Mo . 



ELECTRIC 
PARK. 

"QUEEN OF THE SOUTH," 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

"THE ANSWER:" 

Your letter received and open time noted. If we 
can use your Act. you will hoar from Mr. J. K. 
miltKK. TUB! ItlANAQEMICNT. 



TOUR OP 



KIRK BROWN 

AND COMPANY, 

IN COMPLETE PRODUCTION (IP 

"The Han Who Dared/' 
"Under the Red Robe," 
"Othello," Etc. 

mm, A MIST CLASS COMEDIAN. 

ALSO PKOPI.K IN ALL LINKS. 

N. APPEI.L, Manager, 
(.rand Opera House, Harrlsburg, Ph. 



WANTED, 

TRAP DRUMMER 

Other Hnaifilnna Write. 

NO BALLY 1100. 

SEEMAN MILLICAN'S MARDI-6RAS CO., 

Huntingdon, Pa., 1 u; Lewlatown. I'a., s-14. 

PICTORIAL SHOW 
PRINTING 

For All Kinds of Shows. Writs lor 
Samples and Price.. 

THE D0HALS0R LITHO CO., 

\ New port, Ky^ 

OEOIvAu OrlEIlD, DBV(lTKftTO Till.' 
MKDICINK LKUTIIIIKR. sTRKK'l' MAN, CJAIt 
HTAOK DOOTOHj OITICIAN, CUKH8T0NK 
8KLLKR, and to all who sell Medicine, Toilet or 
Curative floods Ihrnugli arl of speech. Puts talk 
that sells goods In your mouth. Tells what lo sav 
1. 1 hold attention, annuo, Instruct and Interest sur- 
llclently to touch tho pinkotbook. If you aeouro It 
you wiiuld nut part with It at any price Mcnt post 
paid for t». Moiioy back It not xailKdfd. 

I'ANTK.S A CO,, Hi Iicrtrtn.rn Sr„ CIIICAflO. ' 

WANTED QUICK, 

Sineinfir and Dancing 
SOUBRETTE, 

tiKNTKKL 1IKAVY AND TALL CHARACTKRMKN, 
doubling brass; IIAII1T0NK, DOUBLING VIOLIN; 
0UCHK8THA LKADKR and other Musicians. 
8iato lowest, pay own. Address 

iiavi; ii. LBVIh, Mgr. Josh Spruceby Co., 
Trlbuuo Hldg.. Chicago , III. 

WANTED AT ONCE, 

PALMIST, PHOTOGRAPHER, 

KNIKi: BOA RU and JAPANP.HK BALL OAMK 
for season at Asimry Park. Work on pcrceuittge 
or rental. Atsolutely llio txist location In city. 
The Old Mill and Blioot I ho shoots, after Kent. It 
Houth for Winter. RIOUB' Wl OWAM all year 
'round. A success, tttate all In nrst letter, and 
t»o roady to loin on wire. Address 

CAI'T, C. W. IIKICI.H, Avon, N. J. 

OPEN TIME. 

DURHAM OPERA HOUSE, 

DURHAM, IV. C. 

Addross N Y. rcprosentalivcs, 
Kli. P. AHA MS A CO., Theatrical Kxchance, 
ltnw-70 Hroiidway, New York. 

MUSICIANS WANTED, 

For HIMHELEIirS IDEALS. 

Orch. leader, double Bar,, or Blldo: Bass and 
Tuba: liirltone, double slide: Plule, doublo Alto; 
also Flute ami Piccolo and Hlldc Trptii Addreiw 

N. J. HOWHON, 
Cut of Igg Vales, Atlantic City, N. J. 

AT I-.II3E: 

POR HKAHON 1VIM-10UA, 
To Join Burlciiiue, Vaudeville or Minstrel Show, 
Novelty, Ming and Trapeze Act, Introducing Peats 
ofHirengtii. Addrea. 

ALEXANDER EATON. 

g Hope Avenue, Pasnalc. N.J. 

WANTED, 

PERFORMERS for MEDICINE CO. 

(iood salary to good people Pemalo Impersun- 
ator, write. Tickets If I Know you. Htatc salary 
llrsl letter, 
lilt JOH N E. POYK. Knglewood, lloone Co., Mo. 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY. 

For STBTSOS'HIINCLBTOMH CABIN CO.. Morl- 
r.lans— Tuba ai"» Double Bass or Tuba and Piano; 
alsuCoruct, landani On^hestra Answer as per 
route. UKO. • K .a. Mgr.. precport, L. 1., New York, 
Aug. 1; Atnit.jviis. Ilabylon A, center Hay .shore 
fl,|Pfltrhoguns,!k)utliamptonu, Sag Harbor 10. 

" Asoieriri' "p'uiiNiBiiKo 

Willi LA'I'KUT KKA'l'MRKtt- 
WAN'mi, A MMA1.L OKN- 
TLRMANLY AKRCNAliT 
LIVING tONVKNIKNT TO 
ffiNOHAMTtfN. PROP. KABHIOH, 

« Cm lo nary Btrcct, Blnghamlon, N. Y. 




WANTED, for AUCU8TUS JONES' R. R. SHOW 

All Winter South, 2 or 3 Oood, Useful Performers, Dutch Comedian, Musical Team, Clown, Coochon 
Dimoers, Light Man, Assi. floss Canvas Man, Man for Lion Act. Band Leader, Baritone, Alto and (liar 
lonct. Trap Drummer. Address Portage. Pa., Aug. 6; Johnstown s, Stoyrsiown », Numersot n. 



PKOPI.K. IN ALL HRANOHIIIM AT 
ALL TIMBS. 
.11. P. AOAMS A CO., Tlie.it i leal Kxchange, lam-TO Broadway, Suite 80, K, Y. 
SIM H SkS A §1% BJg BJJ O We liook and ronto eompsnles. Reasonnblo terms. IIouhch rep. 
IwlMlH HU C I»0 resented, I'eople (urn'shed on short notice. Write or wire. 



PICTURE 

MACHINES. 

New and Sooond Hand Bterooptlcons, Film., 
Song Slides and Supplloi. Ploturo maohlnos re- 
built with all Improvements. Rhoostau any volt- 
age. Meohanloal elToots tor ants made. Export 
repairing done. NKW YORK FILM RXCBAN<)B. 
N. POWER, Mgr., Ill Naisan St., New York. 

Phone D3M Cortland. 



(OWINO TO IHSAPPOINTMKNT), 



t «v.i..u.....| 
WITH CLF.VP.lt SPKCIAI.TIKN. 

Stale everything drat teller. Must Join mi wire. 
A. K. DAVtDHON, Manager Davidson Stock Com- 
nanv, Aoadenir of Muale, Hiiglonw, Mich. k 
Ol'hor L'Mful rooplo, write. 



HAVENS' STOCK CO. 

WiintN Qvaiolc, 

To complelo company, A l Character Woman, 
flood Juvenile Man, and Man for l<oads and 
llenvles. All mini havo ability, wardrobe etc. 
If vou do specialties so much the holler. Thrco 
night stands; Open Aug. 10. 

W. A. HAVF.NS, Manager. 
Box 113, Phil mom, Now York. 



1.1 1 

ONR NIOHT OR IIMP., 

HOWARD MELVILLE, COMEDIAN. 

••TUB MAN WITH TUB OOO," 
FOIt SALB— Fancy Set, Drops, Manusorlpls, 
I'lel uro Machine, Slides, etc. II i; NTI NOTON.W. VA. 
Would .like lo doublo with clever soiibrello. 

WANTED QUICK, FOR MEDICINE CO., 

Al SKETCH TEAM 

Thai can change for ••no week and annul good 
ireiitmnrii; hIho Single Performers. Would like lo 
Near from flood Musical Team, good d manors on 
and orTstiigo. Tickets to nooplo I know; pay your 
own. ADIIOR A Ollttu COMPANY. 
VlIlfllL, KANK CO., ILL. 

FOR. SALE CHEAP, 

ORE ELEOTBIC 10, 20, 30c. 8101, 12ft. 
Long, 2Jt. Wide; r.inres. 21t Blgh, 171d. 

Wide, rormerly nsel at Grand Opera 
Homo, Reading, Pa. 

Apply In OLO. M. MILLKR, H H, Mil SI., Heaillng.l'rt, 

WANTED, FOB 

inMNKIKLe 

Under can vat. DOCHLK BASH and TUBA, IIOHM 
CANVAS MAN. Also can tiso peiformors and 
MiiMlclMia that are nut afraid lo play under can- 
vas. Winter's eugsgemoiit after tenting aoaioii 
Isovor. Mule ur wire. Tllton, N. II., Aug. 4, h, 6. 
K. J. I'AI.MKR, Manager. 



mm mum. cos.. 1 1 1 

Seventh Suecsssful Season. 
XV*»t»te»cl eat Once, 

Owing lo dliappnliuiiiool, Hepertolro I'eople In 
all lines. Can use Specially People for flsn, Hits. 
Tell all. We par hoard. IVAN KKHKHOKF, 

Ml* N. '.tint HI., South Onmha. Neb. 



EXPEHIENOED «nd COMPETENT LKADER, 
VIOLIIIST, WISHES LOCATIOJI 

In lire town; alio play llnisa. Address 

ED. I. I'KllIN K, euro or lion. I)ol .. Ft. Worth, Ten. 

P.M.— I have Kompioto Photo flalltry outfit and 

Kxperlonoo which, lo party offering mc good 

rnusUal IndiiceiiicuiH, 1 will work oil shares as 

side issue. 

WANTED, 

Al CHARACTER MAN 

and CHARACTKK WOMAN, lo open St Kansas 
Illy. MACKBWAIN Address 

■ ,)<|TIIKATItK COMPANY, Denver, Col. 

SlilDEB ILI.HN'1'IIATK.U ITIK I.IIMI 

ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION. 

Uomplote act with Lecture. Send for tills, 

FIIaMS 

OOfll) OfTMIC, MTC, KILMH. AI.HO A MOV- 

im; i'ktiiiik maciiink wantkd. 
M. wiii'i'ic. »«:|7 Wnlniii, Phil... Pa. 



Star Theatre Co. 

mm mm or ill kimis. 

Wr.KK STANDS. JOIN AT ONCK. 

I>. II. fllLLISPIK, Drbans, Ohio. 

WANTED QUICK, 

MUSICIANS 

(if all kinds that double B. and o. No fares ad- 
vanced. Wire or write. MANAUEN, 
3QU Century Floating Theatre, otockport, 0. 



JOHN DREW at PASTOR'S 

Would tin a curiosity nn greater than a 

performer dlsimllsHed with 

Madison's Budget No. 9. 

World', greatest book or oomody, non- 
talnlng at Original Parodies, V now Mono- 
logues,* great Sketches, now Dutch, Irish 
and Hebrew Specialties; Coniln Pooms, 
Toasts and Kpltaptn; two roaring fareo*. 
two big burlesque., besides hunurod. of 
now flags. Stories and Jesta— M nig pagns. 
One dollar per cony. Hank numbers as rot- 
lows: any 3, gl.M; any 9, ,-j; an? i, fj.so 
or lludgol. S, 4, T. x and <i, f .1. Others out of 

Iirlnl. Send all or.lorslo my ageiit.l,. J. K, 
IKIIi. 1404 Third Avenuo, New York. 






WANTED, 

Leading flan, 

Singing, Dancing Soiibrette, 

and Comedian, 



OPENS AUG. 27. 

O. W. STATKII, 
Itll Main, Ksniaa «H>, Mo, 



JOIN AT ONCK, FALL, WINTF.H HKASON. 

TUBA, SLIDE TROMBONE, 
and Actors that Double Band. 

OEYER It OHI8W0LD, Lac ivllt*. La. 

TWO Al^itvANCnbENTS. 

only aiiher and expcrloiiccd men wnnlitd; long 
ongageineiil In the right part lex; alao Pianists anil 
Singers, for the VITAOIIAPII ROAD HHIIWH; 
prnroreiico given I hose who have had oxporlenoe 
with Moving rieimo immpHules, 
THE VITAORAPH COMPANY OF AMERICA, 
lilt saoan Ml.. N. V. 
state full pari iriiinrs llrsl letter nr ca'l p f raormlly, 

AGTQRS-WANTED— MUSIClftMS 

flood, lullnlilo. experlencod IteperlolKi PeoplO III 
all lines; Comedbin. Iliavy Man, UadliigM.n. 
Those with atrong speolHlnos and doiililliig brass 
prelerrod. For II. and O., Clarionet, Hiring Haas 
anil Tuba. Send mil narllctilars and lowest 
salary for long Neason, All week stands. 

H.A.Ou BOIS, Mgr, VERNA MAY, 

OALIflN. 0. 



AT LIBEttXY. 

JAMES V. LEWIS, 

Ohiraolora or Light Oomsdr. 

Wnatern niigagniuflnt. prefninidj rosponsllilnman- 
agcMonly, Clean, N. V.. Aug, 1 and week; Srolth 
port, Pa,, Aug. 1 anil week; Kane, Pa., Aug. It 
and week. Care or IHLOKIl * coilNKLLlfii 



EIGHTH ANNUAL FAiH, 

AT Mcdonald, pa,, \ 

AIIO. II, NBPT. 1 AND H, ISM, 

WANTS Allraetloiia uf all kinds, Midway Show., 
Hallnon. Loik money In vicinity; on your way in 
W heeling fair I ho billowing wook. 
8TF.WART (IHINK,Tri.a»„ 

II. FllANKlK,Fi)n„ 

J. 0. H0HK1IN, Pre*,. 

Good Printing 

May Have a BAD SHOW, but BAH I'lllNTI no will 
wreck a flood Show ev. ry lliitu, First, Irahie no 
your .how lo pleaae tin, peop.e, 1 ben sen tuai your 
printing Is It 1 11 II I'. I miike a specialty of writing 
or revising all kinds of amusement bills, dodger., 
couriers, hora'da, hangers, stands, press iiotlre*. 
eic, and I havo many novelties and winning 
kc.Ijohiiii. Particulars frne. 

F. E. WOODS, Bex 104, Maulllon, Of 

WANTED AT AIL TIWES, 
SKETCH TEAMS, 

SINULK LADIKS and HIHTKR TKAMH; alao, I fl 
OtIUfl, Al STOCK COMF.IMAN ami a NINO 
PLAYFJl. Address FRF.O SAllF.lt, Prop, und Mgr, 
Bailor's flsrdn Tbenlre, /,aiie«vlll». 0. 

Wanted, Performers, 

TO sritKNOTIIKN TIIK BYltON HPAUN SHOW; 
mm goou sk-loh Team or a Man I earn, mast lie 
Irish or liiiPch; also Aerial Act nr any good 
novelty. Yon must Mvoraatilo. Must open Aug, 8, 
Address 1IYM0NSP A"N SllQH' P"r»«f. rily, Pa, 

,., . inliira lor 
Oul.hl.H'ork, 
l/lratt !»•■ 
11, |,, n.iir,, People 

In all lines for my three shows. bINGINO and 
OANCINfl COMKIll AN wanted. 

TACK HOFFFLER, 

Odron Theatre, .l.r.h.lllonn, Iov» a, J 



J)44 



THE NW YORK C^IPIpER. 



August o, 



NEW YOIIK CITY. 



Kivlnv itnil Comiiirnt. — The past 
week was decidedly favorable to open air 
performance* anil good business prevailed 
alt the roof gardens and oilier resorts giving 
Summer shown. Tue Indoor places of 
amusement, particularly those giving vniulc- 
vllle, were well Attended and, in fact, all 
the Incnl theatres keeping open house bad 

their share of patronage Three theatres 

began the season or 1004-0, the first being 
the Nkw Vihik wbicb, on July 2.', opened 
with the Int New York City production of 
"The Maid mid the Mummy," a musical 
melange In two arts, book by Richard Carle 

and mimic by Bobert Hood Rowers 

The 1'kii1»i.r'8 opened night of 30, with "The 
Ilund to lliilu," nnd the Thiiid Avrsijr 
Tirt.intK opened on t lie same 'date with "A 
Child of the Slums.'!. , . .The Webt TwgNry. 
ninth stukkt Theatre, a new vaudeville 
resort, opened for the first time 30. The 
house, which Is located on Twenty-ninth 
Street near Seventh' Avenue, was formerly 
iHliI Fellows' Hall, and has been reconstruct- 
ed for amusement purposes. Further men- 
.lion of the opening will be found else- 
where In this Issue The continued 

nttriii'tlons for the week ending July 110 
WPrc: "The Mnlil and the Mummy" nt the 
New' York, "PUT! Puff I! Pouflll" nt the 
Casixo, "Paris by Night" nt the Mammon 
Square Hour (iAiiiiKN, "A Little of Every- 
thing" nt the Aerial Oamiknh, and the J. 
S. Uiihr Orchestra at the Madison Square 
Garden. The Inst named attraction closed 
Hmnlny, 31. At 1'nocTOll'H FIFTH AVENUE 
AND OJiH HUNDRED ANI> TWKNTY-WKTH 

Rtiiixt Theatres 'stock productions, with 

vaudeville between the nets, continued 

Variety entcrlnlnmeut. was furnished nt 
Tony Paktuii'h, Paradihu Roof Gardens, 
the New Yoiik Hoot.' Garden, Keith's Union 

SQIIAIIK, l'HOCroll's 'fWKNTY-TIIIIID BJTHKKT. 

Proctor's Twenty -third Street The- 
atre (J. Austin i''yiiHs, generiil munsger). — 
Wllllnirt Honelll, In u sketch written by him- 
self, entllleil "The Millionaire nnd the Act- 
ress," Is the chief feature of the bill this 
week, nnd matinee of Aug. 1 the offering 
nroiised plenty of laughter. Although he 
was on lute, Mr. liiuiclll held the audience 
nnd was accorded every mark of uiinrovul. 
Tlic story of the skit tells of a millionaire 
whilst! desire tu meet a fuvorlte iictress Ik 
at length griitllleil through a ruse. He pre- 
tends to be a reporter, interviews Hie net- 
I'Chh, and "ipiizxes" her throughout the en- 
tire scene. There wus nultlclent comedy In 
Hie net to keep the auditors thoroughly 
.alert nt all times, nnd Mr. BoiicIH'h pleasing 
iiiiiiiiii'I' of delivering bis lines brought liliu 
into liiiiniMllnie fnvor. Edith Mnrtln win 
tile nclress, nnd she iic(|iilllcil herself 
With great credit, while Itutli Richmond 
nlso gave good nld. Wm. II. Piiscoe, 
Helen Mnr Wilcox mid company presented 
n military playlet of our Civil War, by Ed- 
'iiinnd Day, entitled "irfive mid War," In 
which a woiiinii secret service agent In the 
United Stales Army outwits a Confederate 
spy, who has secured Important papers. She 
recaptures the papers, hut has tulkeu iu love 
Willi Hie Ciuifedernte, nnd when he Is about 
to fall Into the bunds of the Uulonlsts she 
contrives a scheme by which lie escapes, Mr. 
'I'nscoe, Miss Wilcox and Edwnrd Chapped 
did good work In Its interpretation. Klska 
.Rud King combined good iniiglcal work with 
capital comedy, and scored well, while 1'nl- 
tre.v mill Uiirton, ill a 'cycling act which Is 
truly remarkable In Ilka mutter of difficult 
-feats performed. by both men with surprising 
ease, were voted exceptionally clever. Mu- 
bclle Adums und company, iu mi Interesting 
and entertaining one act play, by J. M. Al- 
lison, called "Llxbctb's Daughter," acted 
with commendable skill, and were Instru- 
mental iu currying Ibe act to success. The 
Kilties Trio, in n inimical act, did well, aud 
the Union Suuiire Quartette, the yuutblui 
members of which sung well and danced 
equally as good, was greatly liked by the 
iiudlui'ice. Others ou the bill were: The La 
Hoys, on Ibe Dying rings; Ynckley and Bun- 
nell, comedy musical experts ; Daisy Du- 
uiond, vocalist; Jones, tlruut and Jones, In 
their eccentric act; ltert linker, whoso talk 
aud finishing song struck Hie favor of his 
auditors: Lydcll and llulterworth, singers 
and dancers, aud Lit tie t.couie. The kul.v 
tochuoscone coutliiues. 

Now York Theatre Roof Garden 
(Klnw ft ErlnngcV, managers). — The rain 
of Monday night. Aug. 1. tended to keep 
'the 'attendance' down, still the beginning 
of the eighth week was a fairly nusplc'ous 
one, Husarlu Guerrero continues her ex- 
cellent puiilomlmlc ImpciHouiitloiiH of Car- 
men, nnd others wlin bold over are: Ned 
Wnj-biirii'H lilrls, Xlmnici- mid Ixuils Griinut. 
New faces this week arc : The Four Lukens, 
Four Emperors of Music, Keno, Welch unci 
Melrose, aud the Orpheus Comedy b'our, who 
were made very welcome In . their flue slug- 
lug, but especially so In their comedy work, 

Tin- West Twenty-ninth Street 
Theatre, which is situated ou the South 
side of Twenty-ninth Street, a tew doors 
Kust of Seventh Avenue, opened Saturday 
night, July IMi. The honsn is the old Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, which 'brut beeu leased by Turner, 
Morrow * lairing, and la being conducted 
under the miiiiiigenieiit of George Turner. 
Two vaudeville shows tiro given nightly. The 
llrst bill runs from 7 o'clock to 0, and the 
second from l» o'clock to 11. Teu cents Is 
Hie price charged for admission, with a few 
reserved seals nt twenty cents. The ca- 
pacity of the house Is about f>00. Ou Hie 
opening ulght. July 30, Hie following bill 
was presented, nud wtll continue tor the cur- 
rent week: (George Stanley, buck and wing 
dancer: fctw- Welch, Hebrew impersonator; 
Dougherty llrolbers, comedians: Slguor Er- 
nesto I,n lin, baritone; Illustrated piny scenes 
from "The Only Way ;" Frod Fordbnm, ec- 
ceutrlc couiedlan, dancer und mimic ; pic- 
tures ; llhike and illnke, diameter comedians, 
and a sketch. "The Yuukeo Sullor." 

Uuber'n Museum (John II. Anderson, 
manager). — This popular resort opened for 
the season Monday, Aug. 1. It Is the six- 
teenth season of Iluber'a Museum, nnd the 
llftoeiith year of Mr. Anderson's capable 
management. During the period of dark- 
ness the' bouse has been reiitted nnd redec- 
orated, and It Is as bright as the decorators 
nrt could make It. The stage calls for un- 
stinted praise, as It has been provided wllii 
a new outOt throughout, while improvements 
ran be noted every place. Notwithstanding 
the Intense bent on the opening afternoon 
the building wus crowded, and. It Is safe to 
predict another year of success under Ihc 
nhle management of Mr. Anderson. The bill 
for the present week Includes: Hatha way's 
famous Indian tableaux. Llr/lo Ilenka. (he 
four hundred poitmt school girl : Dexters, 
box mystery : Slg. Uoteres, the human vol- 
cano, and many others. In the theatre the 
following appeared to advantage : Dean nnd 
Elmer, Kd. West. Chus. Hilton Lambert, 
'.Rimes' WnfRon." Wm. Rjrme. Dnlc nnd Jor- 
den. Onrdeu and Edwards, Norton nnd Dean, 
and others. 

Aerint Garden (Klnw & Krlniiccr. man- 
ngr-rs). — ''A 1,11 tic of Everything" Is now In 
Its ninth week. 

('union (Sam s. & l.ee Shubert, mnnn- 
gersl.— "I'lff ! l'nffll Pouflll" opened kl 
eighteenth week Aug. 1. ' 



I'riii'tio'N Fifth Avenue Tliculre I J. 
Austin Kynes, ' general nioiiBgeri.— "Myles 
Arooli," one of the best of the Irish roman- 
tic comedies. Is revived this week by the 
Proctor Stock Co., and served to introduce, 
on Aug. 1, to a good sited matinee audience, 
Donald Brian, a young singer and actor. In 
the name role of the famous ploy In. which 
Scanlan and Andrew Mack won honors In 
the post, Mr. Brian appeared recently at 
Proctor's Harlem house, and It must lie ad- 
mitted that be Is a most promising candidate 
to put forward Id romantic Irish singing 
roles. He has a pleasing stage presence, 
looks boyish, acta creditably and sings de- 
lightfully. The audience plainly liked him and 
showed their approval In a hearty manner. 
Adelaide Kelm was excellent ns Maggie, and 
her reception, was also a good one. George 
Ilryant, lmu Jarrett, I'd win Fowler, Mary 
Bertram, Anna Wlilpps and the others of the 
company, did most enjoyable work. The east : 
Myles a i-oiiii. Donald Ilrlan ; Squire Ray- 
mond Thurston. George Rrynnt ; Mike Car 
ncy. Dun Jarrett ; Gerald b'osdyke, Arthur 
Buchanan ; Pat Plielon, Edwin Fowler : Joe 
Upton, George Howell ; John Hnverty. Percy 
Unrlintt; Mike Ryan, Geo. Codey ; Maggie 
Furrell,' Adelaide Kelm; Lady Glover. Mary 
Bertram); Mrs. Fnrrell. Elinore Carroll; Nel- 
lie Glover, Lizzie Coulter : Mother Bet, Anna 
Whlpps '! Lucy O'Shcn, Mary Moore; Norn, 
1'rankle Miller : Anne. O'Connor, Mary Cecil ; 
Katie, Anna Harrison. In the vaudeville hill 
are Jones, Grant and Joiies, Bert linker, 
whose net went very well ; Union Square 
Quartet, singers and dancers of ability : 
1 inlay Dumond, eomei.ionne ; Murphy and 
Nolan, eccentric talking net; Alexander and 
Hoffman, In a novel nnu pleasing singing 
specialty ; Gregory, and I.lnd, Jugglers, and 
the kn iu teebnoscope. , 

Third A venue Tlientro i Martin . I. Dixon, 
manage:*). — "A Child of the Stums" was pro- 
duced here, for the llrst time In America, 
July 30. The plny Is In four acts, by Howell 
Poole ami Henry Belmer, and la written 
around local scenes and Incidents, with 
plenty of sensntlon. A "nigger" alley, a 
mansion on the Hudson, and the Waldorf- 
Astoria Hotel are shown. The cast: Mag 
Maglonc. Nellie Mnskell : Lawyer Mathers, 
J. 1C. Toole; Mrs. Mathers, Helen Trow- 
bridge; Itutli Fcrrurs, Aimee Landls; Hilda 
Brittle,' Jessie Lniisliig; Tom Brittle, J. C. 
Kline ; Midge, Ernie veronee ; Frank Went- 
worth, George Darrell ; Bill Maglone, Martin 
A. Homers ; Itlchard Gerson, John Eernlock ; 
Dr. Hughes, C. T. Hendrlckson ; 'Officer Man- 
ners, .inlin Lee; Chief of Eire Department, 
Charles Kllugbell. V. E, Johnson Is acting 
manager; Geo. L. Marlon, business manager: 
Martin A. Sinners, stage director. Next week, 
"A Working Girl's Wrongs." 

I'eonle'N Theatre (Sullivan, Harris & 
Woods, malingers). — This house opened a 
preliminary season Snturilay, July 30, with 
"The Hnad to Ittiln," the sensational melo- 
drama. Alma Chester, as Wauda, the badger 
queen, played the role very cleverly, ner 
work being Impressive. J. Irving Southard, 
ns Jack Morton ; Harry Fields, as Isle Cohen ; 
Sadie Fields, ns Itehecca ; Irving While, ns 
Frank Kennedy, and Virginia Xliortiton, as 
Bertha, gave good support. The others In the 
cast were : O'Klonnlgnn, Jan. J. Cawiady ; 
Sergt. of Police, Jumes Morrlsey ; ttudolf, 
Harold Franklin; Warden, Herbert ltetts ; 
Walter, Curl Lee; Mrs, Morton, Emma S. 
Salisbury,; Susetle, Dorothy Sllberg. diss. 
II, Wurd snug a new song In the first act 
with good effect nud Frankle Neil, the boxer, 
was mi milled feature after the performance. 
Next week, "Queen of the White Slaves. ' 

Keith's Theatre (!!. F. Alhee, general 
manager). — Hubert T, Haines and Laura 
Hope Crews, presenting Genevieve C. Haines' 
out! act comedietta, "Their Honeymoon,'' 
head an excellent mid-Summer bill here tills 
week, The players give to their roles Ibe 
same able delineation and careful portrayal 
noted when Ibe little comedietta was, pro- 
duced by them at another of our 'city thea- 
tres. Both Mr. Ilulnes und Miss Crews were 
cordially received, and were grunted curtain 
calls ul the llulsb. The bill also lists the 
Sisters Meredith, .In character songs, having 
Just returned from a successful liuroiieaii 
lour; Hie Welch-Montrose Trio. Iu acrobatics, 
nlso Just returned from abroad ; George Wll 
sou, the merry black face minstrel, whose 
success on Monday wus very emphatic; Mile. 
Hallerlnl, a dainty, and - decidedly expert 
nerlul performer; Arthur Whltelnw. the Irish- 
American, Iu enterlululng song and story ; 
Mitchell aud Calu, comedians nud vocalists: 
Murtuu and Elliott, muslcinus and puper 
manipulators: Bellcclalre Bros., expuueuts of 
physical culture; the Electric Comedy Four, 
In their original skit, "Military Life lu Geor- 
gia :" Lystvr and Cook. In a novel xylophone 
nnd puulllbrlstlc specialty ; the (jolubocks, 
llitsslnii singers nud dancers, their llrst ap- 
pearance here; Fitlurdo. the instrumental 
man; Jncous and Van Tyle, German come- 
dians, und the olograph. 

Pa slur's Theatre (Tony Fast or, mana- 
ger). — The regular Monday ctleutel tilled 
this house Aug. 1, and Manager Pastor bad 
not felled to provide a bill suited to all 
tastes, consequently a thoroughly enjoyable 
afternoon wns the result. Heading the bill 
this week 'a the first American presentation 
of Jewell's Automatic Electric Manikin The- 
atre, a prominent attraction lu Europenu 
music halls. It Is a stuge suiting In a minia- 
ture theatre, quite elaborate In design aud 
effect, aud one of the best things In Its wny 
Europe lias sent us. The manikins ore most 
expertly handled, which gives a very realistic 
effect, and It scored an Instant success on 
Monday. There arc several other good vaude- 
ville nclR here this week, prominence being 
given to Chas. Ernest, who easily Justified 
Hie position accorded him, lu uu enterlululng 
monologue : Ascott, Eddie nnd company, lu 
"Tilings Will Happen ;" Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 
Buckley and company. In their orlglnul play- 
let, "A Busy Msuager ;" Andrew McLeud, 
"Hie Irish Minstrel ;' Y Belle llathuway, with 
ber trained bnboons aud monkeys : Georgia 
O'ltamey, a talented comedienne ; Berry and 
Berry, comedy musical act ; Chas, and Ada 
Kalmo. character change dancers; Hnyward 
nud Hnywurd, In a sketch, "Is Marriage a 
Failure y" Itowley and Gay, the comedian and 
soiibretic: Ilcrt Wlggln, cartoonist and com- 
edy Juggling ; Cnrl Herbert, magician, and 
the American vltngrnpli. 

Atlantic Garden (W. Kramer's Sons, 
managers). —Pongo aud Leo, in acrobatic 
comedy ; Goldsmith and Ilfippe, the musical 
comedians ; Melville and Conway, the clown 
and the sotibrctte; Teed and Lazell, In a 
character sketch ; Thornton Daly, vocal 
comedienne, and the Elite Lady Orchestra are 
the attractions for this week. 

Madison Squure Hoof Garden (Wehr 
tt Hush, uinnngers). — -"Paris by Night" is 
now in its fifth week. 

Paradise Roof Gardens (Oscar Ham- 
merslelu, manager). — The current bill names : 
Pewit, Hill and sylvnnl, Paul Spadonl, 
Belle Hnthnwnvs Dogs and Monkeys, Charles 
T. Aldrlch, Willy Zimmerman. Gasch Sisters, 
Hlce nnd Prevost, Collins and Hart. Al. 
Willi, and "I'arslfnlln," with Josephine Snbel, 
Elennor Folk, chorus and ballet. 

New York Theatre (Klnw & Erlanger, 
managers). — "Tho Maid and the Mummy" 
opened its second week Aug, 1. 

The m.v.ikstk: Tiikatrii will open Aug. 
23 with "The Isle of Splco." The produc- 
tion Is under the direction of Gns Sonlke. 

The Wkmt Enu Tubatrg will open the 
season on Saturday evening, Aug. 22, with 
"Two Little Sailor Boys." 

TllK YotiKvii.r.E TiiKATiir., which M. R. 
Blmberg is building at Eighty-sixth Street 
and Lexington Avenue, Is nearly completed. 
It In auniinced to open Sept. 20. 

Harlem. — At Proctor's One Hundred and 

Tweiily-llrth Street Theatre (J. Austin Kynes, 
general inaiuigerl "Caprice," Howard P. 
Tnvlor's four net emotional drains, Is' the 
offering of the slock company for this week, 



ami Hie opening day's attendance, Aug. J, 
gave indication of another big week. Jessie 
belt assumes the title role, and was warmly 



TIOXXESSBE, 



-The play was ' well staged and 
cleverly acted. Tjie jraudevllle presented 



received. 



Lawrence, Thos. E. Whltbread. and n«w 
pictures from the kalatechnoscope. 

Brooklyn.— At Manhattan Reach, "A 
Girl from Dixie." with Irene Bentley in the 
lending role. Is here for Aug. 1-0. There nrc 
mnuy of the original company In this or- 
ganisation, which includes: D. L. Don, Clifi 
ford Leigh, Olga May, Tnomas J. Keogb, 
Essie Lyons, Victory Gale and Neal McCoy. 
The original production and costumes will be 
used. Shannon's Band still renders man/ 
musical selections dally, and Is meeting w tp 
big success. Herrmann, the magician, with 
his'new tricks and Illusions, Is enjoying good 

Ailfllanpfaft 

• HniniiTo* Beach.— In the Music Hall (H. 
T. Urover. manager) the Magic Kettle 19 Hie 
feature of the current week. The weather 
is of the nature that draws to this seaside 
resort. With the exception of. a few days 
this season, the house has done excellent busi- 
ness. Other acts are : John Mason, assisted 
by Eva tlrou. in his jaretty sketch, called 
"Another Htorv :" Amelia Siimmervllle, Tet- 
chow's performing cats, the Jack Theo Trio, 
Jordnn and Harvey, Nellie Floredo, and the 
vltngrnpli. 

Hiika.mi.ani> bns Belle Gordon, of the Gor- 
don Misters, punching Hie bag. together with 
her sister Minnie. Others are: The Golden 
(late Quintet (their sixth week). Sato Cona- 
tnrlo and Co., Japanese magician ; Vlllars 
and Lee, Smith sod Bowman, and Dollle 
Cole, 'file circus remains unchanged. Mel- 
vln lb. wad has recovered sufficiently to re- 
sume bis terrific slide for life. 

LujiA Paiik (Thompson * Dundy, owners). 
— Bfg preparations are being made for an 
excursion, party that Is expected here from 
St. Louis. The circus bill remains the some, 
with Hubert SUrkney Jr. and bis cleverly 
trained' Shetland pony ; Klttamura's Japan- 
ese Troupe, Little Satcootn. expert Japanese 
contortionist nnd baud balancer ; Gnsmona 
and Tauko, Louise De Mott. Nnzado, Mile. 
Antonio, Mons. Vlnello, Introducing the box- 
ing horses ; Cherry and Bates, the Hurleys, 
Josle Ashton. Kennebel, Ducrow and Lo- 
renz, tbe Marvelous Stones, Ynpkl and 
Mako, . Matsooto. and Tauko, Mile- Alex- 
nnilrlne, Sylvester, Spllk, Laretit and Corolla, 
Camello and Fona, Slg. Spessardy, a troupe 
of Hussion bears, Wllltnill and bis high w're 
act. and the Five Flying Herberts. 

ilr.NiiKHRuN's Mimic Hall (F. B. Hender- 
son, manager). — Tills week's bill Includes ; Vic- 
tor's Hoy a I Italian Band of thirty-live pieces, 
]>olly Jordan, Alton and ITielma, Dumont 
Sisters, tbe Three Mitchells, the Macbans, 
Keno, Welch and Melrose, Way and bis 
American Beauties,' Kevere Sisters, Cubltt's 
Musical Melange. Wbaug Doodle Comedy 
Four, Hughes and Hazleton, May Hoey, and 
the Two Roses. 

Notes. — Mrs. Spoooer, Edna May Spooner 
and other members of the Spooner Stock 
Co. are expected to reach Brooklyn on Tues- 
day, this week. In the Iowa village where 
they have been sojourning, Edna May, Au- 
gusta Phillips and Harold Kennedy gave, 
with great success, a one act play, "Miss 
Cleopatra," with Miss Spooner In tbe title 
role, Mr. Phillips as Edwin Vane, and Mr. 

Kennedy as Bob Lupton Police Captain 

Martin Short, well known to local aad visit- 
ing theatrical people, died July 20, at bis 
borne In Vauderveer Park. 



lleaiuuls.— At llopklua' East End Park 
(A. B, Morrison, manager) tbe attendance 
continues good, despite tb« *"•"«£ 
weather, 'i'lie nro(jromme for week of J iiy 
:M. Included: kb-fcarrow Troupe, pa Mlo* 
Dcwboos. Selger Sisters, Arthur Itlgby. Mm*. 
Sonsa, Francis McNulty. As an extra. Herr 
Granada nnd Alma Kedora gave two exhi- 
bitions dally on the high wire. 

1'fiihica'm New (iAnnEN Tiieatrb (Jolin 
rerslca manager). — Large houses prevail at 
everv performance. "Pink Domi,no*s was 
the comedy week of 2o. A vaudeville bill, ln- 
cluulug the following members, was offered 
nfterwsrd: Mamie Curry. Vassle Allison, Leo 
Florence. Bertha McMorrls, Tbeo. Wilson, 
Llllle B. Gardner, Nina Straw, Lillian May, 
Eleanor Dunbar, -Ben Tnrplo. 
I 

Nashville.— At the Casino, (T. C. Alley, 
manager) Glendale Park has been getting 
Hie crowds for tbe week of July 2u, and the 
offering nt the theatre played to excellent 
business. Bill week- of Aug. 1 : Hareourt 
arid Kane. Veorg and Welda, Louie Bales, 
Goforth nnd Dovle, Mitchell and Ward, Al. 
W. Wilson. , . ,-" 

Note.— The Bllou Is fast Bearing comple- 
tion, nnd Mr. Wells says that It will be 
ready for opening 8ept. L 

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WASHINGTON. 



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MISSOURI. 

Kansas City.— At tbe Qlllls (E. S. Brlg- 
hnm, manager) the first show of the regular 
season will open at this bouse on July Si>, 
and will be ltlcbards & Pringle's Georgia 
Minstrels. 

" Fohgst Park (Geo. Selllnger, manager). — 
Good crowds were In attendance last week. 
Iu Hopkins' Theatre this week are: Paplnta, 
the Four Rlunos, Al. Lawrence, the Ilapyo 
Sisters, the Kader Bros., and B. P. Bostow. 

Ei.kctkii- Park (Sum Benjumlu, mauuger). 
— Tbe third week of the Banda Kossa con- 
tinues to draw big crowns. Sorrehtlno and 
his musicians me very popular, aad it looks 
now ns If they would continue all through 
August. In the Gertuau Village tbe acta 
were: Itiisscil und I.oeke, Lillian Walton, 
Pauline Westerley, and the Goldust Twins. 
This week "looping the Gap" will be a spe- 
cial outdoor attraction. 

Si'OHTH xian's Park (Walter Sanford, local 
mauager). — Pa'n's spectacle, "Last Days of 
Pompeii." continues to draw big crowds. This 
will be tbe third nnd last week. 

CLiri'KiiiNUH. — Rlngllng Bros.' Circus came 
July 2fi, to Immense business. People were 
turned nwny at both performances. Tbe 
show was a splendid one, and deserved tbe 

liberal patronage Edmund Gardiner 

Jones, tbe popular press agent of Forest 
Park, has resigned, nud will visit his home 
lu England for a couple of months. He has 

been succeeded by Ilenry Stone Col. 

Jack Holland wns In town Inst week, and re- 
ports nil kinds of business with Klcbarda & 
Pringle's Mlustrcls. 

TliXAS. 



h t. Worth.— At Lnke Erie Park and Pa- 
vilion (C, A. Taylor, manager) Owen, Owen 
and Owen, featuring Baby Owen, were tbe 
lieitdllners week of July 2fi. Others were: 
Slnnrt nud Murphy, Sadie Hart, and Phillips 
und Gordon. A balloon nscenslou by Prof. 
Oeen nnd a high diving dog are the outdoor 
attractions. The business continues satis- 
factory. 

Cwiwn Theatre (Phil Epstein, manager). 
— "Hotel de Tablets" Is tho title of the cur- 
tain raiser nt this house week of 25. In the 
olio: Copelnud nnd Copeland, Clnrk and Em- 
mons, lu their sketch, "The Farmer and the 
Actress;" Minnie Wardell, Kitty Cox, Luce 
and Luce, Phillips and Gordon, Chas. Hoey, 
Ethel Hiissell, A I via Dasblngton, Elsie Bus- 
sed, Adn Yule and Saul Harris. The week 
opened big. 

Geo. D. Holland, the veteran manager, 
wns In the city during tbe past week, shak- 
ing hands with friends. 



Dallas. — At Cycle Park Summer Theatre 
(C. R. McAdnms, manager) week of July 25 
the Albert Taylor Stock Co. continued to 
draws large crowds nightly, giving a change 
of play three times weekly. The Polmatler 
Sisters Orchestra add to the entertainment 
with their concert, which takes place from 
8 o'clock to 8.30. Coming: North Brothers' 
Comedians, commencing Aug. 1, tor week's en- 
gagement, with change of plny nightly. 
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NORTH CAROLINA. 



Charlotte. — At Latta Park Auditorium 
(W. A. Peters, manager) each night last 
week the stock company packed this popular 
resort. The Yale Duo, club manipulators, tbe 
special feature of the week, made a tre- 
mendous: success. The Edaall-Wtuthrop Co. 
will continue during August. In repertory. 

Note, — W. A. Peters and May Walters are 
to till an engagement In Greensboro, N. C, 
after closing here July 30. 

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KENTUCKY. 



Seattle At the Seattle Theatre (J. P. 

Howe, manager) Mrs. Leslie Carter, In "Du 
Barry," July 2<-30. 

-'Oiti'iiEiist TmsATRB. — New: Alton Wilson 
abd Clark, Gardner and Stoddard, Marco 
Brothers, Felice Alexander, Bence and Alter, 
Frank Lambert, Arthur Searles, moving pic- 
tures. " . 

EMrinr. Theatre. — New: Sanford and 
Darlington, Military Quartette, Lee Worley, 
Vardamun, moving pictures. 

Crystal Thkatrh. — New : Millar Broth- 
ers, the Great Weston. Deely and Sheen, 
Norma Wallace, Belie Wilbur, La Belle Rosa, 
Mike Hooley, moving pictures. 
i ■ i 

ILLINOIS. 



Peoria At the Weaflt Theatre (C. F. 

Bnrtson, manager) bnslness has Improved. 
Coming, Aug. 1-C: Martla and Crauch, tbe 
Drews, Jessie Worth aad Jessie Trio, and 
Carter and Ross. 

Jacobs' Theatre) (A. P. Jacobs, manager). 

— Business Is fairly satisfactory. Coming 

1-G : Bosanko and Rndcllff, Odessa and Ouel- 

let the Mldgleys, and O. F. ItockaCeld. 

. Stone Hill Gakhcx (Frank Grave, pro- 

Srietor), — Business is good. Coming 1-0, tbe 
lyrtle Hulbnrt Co., In "A Belgn of Terror." 
4 ■ > 
MINNESOTA. 



Minneapolis. — At the Lyceum Theatre 
(Dick Ferris, manager) the play for Jul; 
31 and week Is "Olsmonde." "Alabama" was 
a flue drawing attraction last week. 

Garuen Thkatuh (Addisou Madeira, man- 
ager). — The opera In this canvas bouse la 
fine, and good business repaid the manager 
for bis production of "Pinafore," 24-30. 
"Fro Dinvolo" 31 and week, to be followed 
by "Tbe Mascotte." 

Tiik band, under Prof. OberboCfer, con- 
tinues to give satisfaction at Lake Harriet 
Pavilion. ■ 

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WEST VIRGINIA. 



Wheeling;.— At tbe Park Casino (Con- 
rad Hlrsch. manager) Mil for week of July 
31 : Babe Lund, tbe Four Webbs, Lillian 
Sbaw, Marlow Pluuket and company, Deck- 
er's cameragrapb. 

Notr. — The Hatch-Adams Carnival Co. 
opens week of Aug. 1, In tbe lower end of 
this city. 

4»» 
IOWA. 



Den Moines. — At Ingersoll Park (Fred 
Diicbauan, manager) rlrcns acts were tbe 
feature week of July 24, the headllners be- 
ing the Royal Japanese Troupe, consisting 
of ten Japs, whose feats of Juggling, balanc- 
ing, etc., were excellent. others were : 
The Five Mowatts, Sldonla, La Vine and 
Leonard, Reno's Comedians, and Fox and 
Foxy, who beld over Sunday. 
■»«» 
SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Columbia. — At Hyatt Park Casino (J. 
Fred Lees, manager) the Fays drew large 
crowds week of July 2B. The bill Included 
the Kingston Sisters, aud Fbll Staat. The 
season continues up to Sept. 1. 
4 ■ » 
DEATHS IN THB PROFESSION. 



Lonlsvllle. — At tbe Jockey Club Park 
(James B. Camp, manager) Haskell's Indian 
Band was the attraction week of July -'. 
nnd drew a great deal of attention from the 
largo crowds that attended every iierforin- 
aur*. The ragtime anisic was received with 
such prolonged applause that Ibe baud wan 
compelled to repent the number. For week 
of Aug. 1, Creatore. 



Michael A. Kennedy, the well known 
comedian, died evening of July 31, at St. 
Agnes Hospital. Baltimore, Md., from heart 
disease, after having been in the hospital 
two days. He wns sixty-seven years of age, 
n comedian of tbe old school, aud one of 
tbe best known men on tbe stage. His 
death was unexpected. He had been attacked 
by dropsy recently, aud was placed In Hie 
hospltul at Baltimore by his sister. Mr. 
Kenuedy was born In Baltimore, and gained 
his first professional experiences there wltb 
John T. Ford's companies, playing that city 
and Washington, subsequently winning 
honors In famous stock companies of that 
day, and in support of almost all the noted 
stars of the period. He played wjth Owens, 
the Chapman Slaters, Edwin Booth, Jeffer- 
son, Walliick, Davenport, and others. Later 
he went to California, played In tbe stock 
there for a while, aad became manager 
of the Grand Opera House, Sen Francisco, 
In 1877. Under bis management tbe house 
offered a stock company, and light nnd grand 
operas were presented there by traveling 
companies. During recent yenrs Mr. Ken- 
nedy appeared under Charles Frohman's 
management, nnd originated many roles in 
the plays produced by that manager. His 
New York successes were many. Mr. Ken- 
nedy was not married, and Is survived by his 
sister. 

NliWS HAS JUST REACHED UB OF THE RE- 
CENT death of Daniel J. Fitzgerald, who 
wns assistant manager of the Walter I,. 
Slain Shows. He was born In a small Massa- 
chusetts town In 1852, and had a pre-elec- 
tion for tte show business from his boy- 
hood days. He was married In 1882, to 
Cnrrlo Mueller, professionally known 'na 
Carrie Armstrong. He was a well known 
Bliowraan, and among the enterprises of 
leading Importance with which he was con- 
nected were : Barnum & Bnlley, Royal Ital- 
ian Circus, W; W. Cole. Sherman's Show, 
Sherman & Hlnmnn, Reynolds' Enteiprlses. 
Walter L. Main's Shows, nnd Denny's Trans- 
continentnl Co. He was a partner In 
the circus conducted by Friar, Gnvlord & 
Fitzgerald. In tbe course of tie career ns n 
showman he traveled extensively In Europe, 
ABln. Australia, South America, Canada, 
Mexico aud the United States. 
• Edward M. Willie, superintendent of 
privileges for Bnrnum s Bailey's Circus, 
died from heart failure July 23, at Kewanee, 
III. He was n well known showman, hav- 
ing been for many years with Sells Bros., 
the Wallace Show, and Walter L. Main's 
Shows. For the past two years he was with 
Barnum * Bailey. His wife was notified of 
his Illness, and left New York Immediately, 
but arrived ton late to see Mr. Willis alive. 
Interment was In P'ensnnt V'ew Cemetery, 
Kewnnee. III.. July 20, the Mesons taking 
charge of (he funeral. Mr. Willis was also 
ah.-, of P.. and a Tiger. His wife, Trlxle 
Adams, survives him. 



Cnvri.Ks ItKEsr.. n vaudeville mrfon.... 
died nt nilllngs, Mont.. July 22. (,„,'„ ][T » 
disease. He was forly-uliie years nf urn- .La 
bad been connected with the proteas^n f„, 
over, thirty years as manager, comedlmi m 
producer. He was the Dutchman In tbe on™ 
popular specialty trio. Reeae. Hush and SB 
ton. Of fate years be had toured tbe «■«!' 
IU conjunction with his wife, profession.!!,' 
known as Lottie Swan, who died aiwui , 
year ago. The remains were taken In ,.i,,V~ 
by Manager Minder, of the Tople ThZ,, 
Blll'ugs. where Mr. Reese had been emnWd' 
and they were embalmed and shinned in ii." 
tlves at St. Louis, Mo., for Interment 

Mils. Alprkd P. James, who was' once . 
professional, and who was the wife of th 
amusement director at the Savoy Then... 
Victoria. B. C died In that city Ju| ? "i re - 

Victor Ki.OErFKn, a basso at the Mum 
polltan Opera House last Winter, died hm 
denly last week In Munich, where he «V, 
taking a part In the performances at til 
Prtnfc Regent's Theatre, He bad been «.» 
gaged by Mr. Courted .for the next season 
at the Metropolitan. He appeared last », 
son In the Wagnerian repertory at SnrajitS' 
In "II Flauto Maglco." Herr Kloepfer iho 
was about thirty-six years old, was ljo'rn In 
flermany. and sang with great success th* 
Wnenerinn repertory at Covent Garden an,i 
In tbe Bayreuth festivals. He later beoamf 
a member of the company at the Prlaz pi 
gent's, and was cast for Important roles in 
the forthcomlog Wagner festival. 

Mat HAL'Lrn, a vaudeville performer died 
In Texas on July 24. from typhoid Wu 
nionin, aged twenty-four years. She was 
a violinist, and bad been on the stage about 
ten yenrs. 

Tub funeral services over the remain, 
of Wilson Barrett were held on July ">T 
and the Interment was at West Hempstead! 
Eng. Many leading members of the dk> 
fesslon attended the funeral. 

Mkebick Kershaw died In Chicago on 
July 27, aged thirty-two years, and w«s 
burled July 29, in Calvary Cemetery. Chi 
cago. He was best known as a member of 
the vaudeville team of McLeod and Ker- 
shaw, and bod ployed most of tbe vaudeville 
theatres in the country, particularly in tbe 
West. For tbe past two years lie had been 
la the employ of Dr. James CunnlDriiam 
who conducts medicine shows In and around 
Chicago. Previously he had been wltb K,if- 
faio Bill's Wild west, and other travelloa 
organizations. * 

Gkorob J. Davidob, treasurer of the 
Spooner Stock Co., Brooklyn, died at hia 
home In that city on July 27. Mr. Davidee 
was born Oct 8, 1878, In Philadelphia, Pa 
He was the youngest son of the late TVm' 
J. Davldge and Moggie Harold Dnvldge' 
who Is now retired from the stage. He be- 
came the treasurer of the Spooner Stock 
Co. when It first started In the old Park 
Theatre, on Fulton Street, Brooklyn, and 
after that went to tbe Bijou, that city wllti 
the same company. For the past year be 
suffered from Bright's disease, which finally 
confined him to his ted about five weeks ago 
His wife, a son, bis mother, two brothers 
and a sister survive him. 

R. B. Baker, or Barker, a member of 
Harris' Nickel Plate Show, died In Winston- 
Salem, N. C, July 2(1. from typhoid fever, 
aged twenty-six years. Ills home wns in 
Johnstown. Pn. The city of Wlnston-Saletn 
bad the remains Interred In the Liberty 
graveyard there. 

Oliver Bm.s. known as "Daring Beli." 
died at the Buffalo General nospltal, Buffalo, 
N. Y., July 30, from Injuries received July 
27, while .performing bis high diving net at 
Cr.vstnl Beach, Buffalo. His act was to ride 
n bicycle from a platform forty feet above 
the water, and while In midair dive into ibe 
water. Wednesday, 27. he made a failure of 
bis dive. Death was due to a broken back. 

miscellaneous. 

Captain Bonavita, who baa been appear- 
ing wltb Bostock'n Animal Show at Dream- 
land. Coney lslnnd, N. Y.. nnd was severely 
injured a short time ago during the perform- 
ance of his act with twenty-seven lions, was 
again hurt evening of Sundny, July 31. He 
was so severely Injured that It was necessar? 
to send him to the Coney Island Emergency 
Hospital. Captain Bonavita bad selected 
eight animals Instead of twenty-seven, and 
carried a large iron liar when be entered the 
animals' cage. Baltimore, one of the lions, 
sprang at him almost as soon as be had 
closed tbe door of the cage. Bonavita hit 
the animal over the bead Beveral times with 
tbe Iron bar, but the lion struck at the 
trainer's right shoulder wltb one of his pawn, 
Inflicting severe wounds. Frank C. Bostock 
came to bis aid, and by firing many times 
with his revolver, frightened Baltimore Into 
a corner of the cage and enabled Bonavita 
to escape. 

Notes from the Pierce Amusement Co. 
— Rome. N. Y., proved t6 be the banner week 
of tbe season for this company. We nor 
have eight shows, Including Pierce's Dream- 
land, Hamburg's Turkish Theatre. Caley's 
Old Plantation and Georgia Minstrels. Jas. 
Hodges' Snake Oil. Peeter's Electric Palace. 
Dr. Pell's Ghost Show, GyDsy Camp and Bo- 
hemian Ginss Palace : Ferris Wheel and Ci- 
rousel, and -Prof. Dlllworth's Concert Band. 
Business is S. R. 0. every ribrat. A. t» Pierce 
Is general manager : J. M. Overstrett. gcaeral 
advance and press agent ; G. 8. Marr, adver- 
tising agent, 

Jrssr Buroktt. who wns attached to the 
peny elrens at Delmar Garden, SL Louis, 
Mo'., was drowned there on July 14, In the 
pond used by the high diving horses exhibi- 
tion. He had gone to the pool for a swim, 
and it is supposed that be was attacked by 
benrt disease and sank. 

NOTKS FROM J. KMMERSOV Fl.TSN'S COS- 

curt Co. — Lulltn Elmore Gorman, who ■ 
meeting with much success with us through 
New England, Is the youngest daughter of 
the well known actor, n. Lawrence Klmore. 
Tercy Williams. Ida Hooper. Florence Kh>n 
and Frank Lerue are also dolne well. Tne 
company Is under tbe management of Frank 
Lerue. 

Notkr took Mills ft Kkknett's Co.. J. 
A. Lelgbton, manager. — We opened at Mil- 
ton, N. H., Aug. 1, for three nights, to a 
full house, each appearance showing a lara* 
Increase In number over the former. Mill, 
hypnotist, makes a whole show by himself. 
His subjects are easily and qnlckly «"«« 
control and laughs are In order at once. J>« 
McKnlght receives repeated applause oi a 
twirler, acrobat and Juggler. J. A. Leijt> 
ton's moving pictures are reported as belnf 
the finest ever seen In this vicinity, while 
"Baby Louise" carries the audience by » 
atorm of applause. She la a wonderful 
child, nnd easily makes herself a favorite, 
receiving several costly presents from tne 
audience. . . 

Jhles Martineto writes: "I have H 
arranged with the Gregory Pnntomlme 
Troupe to play the mystic demon and other 
Important parts In the pantomime of * 
Night of Mystery.' W« play parka and fa n 
during August, September and October, In- 
troducing trick house and an abundance of 
trick stuff." 

« » » 

BiNon-Aw, ventriloquist, writes that *• 
was erroneously billed at Godfrey's Paving 
Grand Rapids, Mich., week of July 24. HJ 
Is playing tbe Flynn circuit of New England 
narks, in conjunction with the Tbree Al- 
burns. 

Prrhs EinRtnGR returned from his trip » 
Europe on Tuesday. July 2(1. He speot a 
month touring Germany, and Is looklne in 
perfect health, ne will begin bla season • 
work In St. Louis on Aug. 8. 



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your net; they NOCUIHII yonr 
_ IlK.YI.'lllV condition. V»e do not -pink of 
edibles, nut »»MJS; »ongi tltnt are singable and of the inntei lal that help any ai't"niakcignnd." 'flier* n< i er -iv »< n In tier 
lot of songs presented than we nave for your selection for tin- coiulnat «m.on. We liavo every style nf » min^' to input the 
reiinli enienla of every kind of an act, and they're all or the goml ■• FEIST" kind. They are (Im "cream" of tlioiisiintl* of 
manuscripts that were shown to m hy the beat writer* of popular *ong», anil after careful consideration nnd combined 
opinion* of the beitcrltlcs, we have published and printed theset 



Waltz Song, the Original "PIKE" Bong, 

"STROLLING 'LONG THE PIKE" 

" " By Feint o> Bennett. ' 

Not the hit yet that it's going to be. 



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Another "inona" Bong, 



*|5SE!I..... "WW DOWN EAST 



By HoIii. A. King. 
A Whistling Melody. A benntlful production number. 



A Dainty Serenade, 



"MY BLACK EYED SUE" 

i ... By FeUi «i Rogers. 

A. Posltli e applause and encore getter. 



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Ma rrli Song, 
A. Military March Song «iF Murkcil Merit, 

UNCLE SAMMY" 

Ily Abe Ilo.lsiun.iiii. 
"It keep* the hand* nnd feet, i> going." 



AMONG THE SHADY 
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b Jly Jliiliin* At Rilrioli. 
Snnliielles, don't ml** till* oue. 
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Address LCU TCIO I , , 34 w> 37th 8t . Htl. I UtllV. 69 Dearborn St. 

We have not forgotten tlio dumb acta; tlioy have also been looked oat foi 

"UNCLE SAMMY," March. - - - - 
"K ABASIA,' Intermezzo. - - "AN 



"MBS. SIPPI," 
AFTERNOON TEA," A 



CHICAGO. ^UjT MOTOR. 

Then* 1 prove' M ■ • ' 

A new fancied idea, 
dainty dance number. 



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Henry Wolfsohn returned from Europe 
last week. He Iras signed contracts for the 
appearance In this country of JuhcC lint- 

Esnn, h'rlt"/ KrelHler, the Austrian violin- 
t: Anion Hekklug, 'cellist, and Mnie. iki 
Miinijiiu, a soprano. Cumpanitrl will ulso 
lie under Mr. Wolfsonn's munngemeut, ami 
.Mmi'. ICIikiiy I.umi. the English contralto, 
will make a concert tour next Sp.ing. 

The llnnl decree divorcing l.lllliin Nortllcn 
Hum Zalluu Hoeliine, the lenor, was signed 
July 2, by Supreme Court Justice Scott, 
ef New York. 

V. 1:. llestnr closed on July 2.*l an debt 
months' engagement its musical director at 
the, Unique Tueutre, Winnipeg, Man. For a 
tnnnlh or HO. Mr, Bestor will he klcn tilled with 
the Grundy Music Co.,, of that city. 

'I'utnuso %'afurl, a violinist, win wits en 
gaged us it substitute pluyer In t lie orchestra 
at Terrace Garden, New York City, died atid- 
ueuly in tbttt bouse .on Thursday evening, 
July 28. 

World of Players. 



BASEBALL 

National League 

POLO GROUNDS.NEW YORK 

with Chicago; Aug. a. :«, 1, r>. 

WITH ST. I.OI I s, Aug. 6, M, U, in. 



— Kdwln Ardcu, who bus been sin r ring 
In Denver, bus gouc to his home ut the 
Highlands. 

, — Marguerite linulfui-e, iluughter o£ 
I'corgc lkmlfuie Jr., wus mauled on June 
11, to HnyuionU K. Wilcox, of Uidgclleltl 
I ark, X. J. The huppy couple arc touring 
lu Europe. 

— Aunt f.oiilsii KIdrldge has been visiting 
Mra._ Kdwlu Ardeu, ut bur pretty home in 
the Highlands. 

'—-Math Louise Ferguson hue been In 
"iustoii-Suleuj, N. t'.. beiiiuse nt Illness, 
ulnce the closing of the Ferguson Stock Co., 
June 18. 3. W. Ferguson Tu lu (jrcenvlllc, 
°. (-., on business. 

— Geo. Cuutcllnnc writes: "I joined the 
L.iignon-1'nllaek Stock Co. July Uo. This Is 
m.v fourth season with this ltoptllnr coiu- 
I'auy tts prouert/ man. We carry n slxiy 
loot car full of m'CUDry and props. The 
Ijojh of No. 0, St. Mills, treated me royally 
during my stay there." 

_ .7- Contracts were signed last week li.v 
widen a new American cnmeily, eniilb-d 
u" ie . J . 8 ff' llulnue 'i" will ho, produced nt the. 
yiiild 8i|iinre"on 'Bent. 3, following Ibe two 

vreks' engagement of "The Girl from 

ii"}'.";!,. The piny was written by Herlierl 

n«ll\Vlnslow and Cbnrles Dickson, and will 

he presented by George W. Lederer. 

, —Mrs. Gilbert has written Charles Froh- 

aitn, saying that she Is In good health, 

f»gcr to begin her work, and has asked for 

>w port In her new pjay. "Granny." 

1 , — J-nnlly Stevens bas returned from Hlock 

"land and gone to the Adirondack Mountains 
n ° t £«j»aln , until JUri. Flake commeuces re- 

I ~T. J ohn Terrls Ib engaged to Corse I'ay- 

„ ~ Archie B-iyd Is engaged by Belaseo to 
"linear W | (D i )avl<1 warllell In a new piny. 

— bmiua Jones (Mrs. Dclauey llarlay) 
Koi-s with "Thou Xbult Not Kill." 

J. Hlaler goes with Kr.rn Kendall. 



..1.7* ^J. 1 * Krc<l l*«ter»! has returned lo this 

1 •!i l| te Un wee**' engagement wltb "The 
iribu ymago,*' In: St. IjO'iIh. 

Aiietlo •' te " e °* 8 wl " 1 ,llC " Dbvl|-S 

f«m , '? oert R . Montell closed his season ef 

"irly-nlne weeks July an. 

Drink ; '• 1 ' ,,l "» B"ea wllb the "Curse of 

lii*7." e .". 8 f *rllntU» la enenged to "Snwnnee 
Hlver Comnhay. 

Cuiia wife.""""'' 1, '" > " I > * F<I wilb " ll ""' 



— licorge II. Harris, who bas lately re 
turned fiiun Brape, where he lms Is'en rar 
the past year and a half acting as manager 
for Williams k Walker's "In liahoniey" Co.. 
which was under 1 lie direction of llnrlig 
ft Senmon, writes: "The allnirlluii was one 
of the biggest successes nf any Ameriiau 
production that has appeari'd lu King Ku- 
waitis' diiuialn for many years. The show 
pluycd nt the Sliafleshury Tiicalrc, hi l.»n- 
1I011, for ciglil luniilliK. nnd nfler that up- 
pearcd lu every hlg illy lu Kngland, Ire- 
liiml, Scolliind and Wales and uM Hie big 
snberban iheatrcs of LuBdoa, where Hie busi- 
ness was eapiiclly. All mnnugers remiesleil 
rotum dates, which il was liaposslblo to 
ntve, as the ahuw bad to return to Anierlc.i 
In fill lime hiHiketl. The show closed Us 
Kumneaii lour Bt Hie' Horoilgb ihcalve, 
Slnidfiinl, May '-•«, IHOi. ami sailed for the 
Vnllcd Stales Juue 14. There were 11 great 
manv Inli'rstliig things that happened 011 
our travels through Great llrllaln, the lf''t'ill- 
<nl event being our appearance nl the lluek- 
Ingham lliluec. on June ML 1010. by i«m- 
miind of their Jliijeslles, King Kdwarrl and 
Uueen Alexnndrn, where lw<> hundred and 
llfiy royal guests had assemhled. Including 
Ihe roval children and gmndrhlldren. to wit- 
ness 'the pcrforninnee of 'In Dahomey, 
which delighted ever.vlmdy present.. It was. 

Indeed, n sight that will be rim ilicrcd by 

all who took part on that eventful day. We 
open our season here Aug. 15. at Annum 
Cliv. N. J- with nn enilri! new producllo 1 
of 'In liuhomey.' mid travel 11s far us U)l- 
Ifornln. playing all Ihe large cllles en mbj 
returning to New York In the Hprlng with .1 
new show and opening on Itrmidwiiy rnr ■ 
run. wllh it possllilllty of a trip lo Austral hi 
In the nenr future. I will reaialh Willi Jh« 
show as manager, which will lie my.beventli 
season in capacity of manager and business 
manager wllh Willams & Walker's Company, 
llui'llg & Seamon sllll remaining the owrpers 
and directors of Ihe orgniilziiliou.' 

Ktlna Uav sails next week from London, 

having decldet'l to lake part of-«h_er vjcatlyn 
-In America previous to her Wienlng-- at 
•Daly's Theatre, In "The School Girl. Miss 
Mnv has been away from this country for 
two venrs. and playing i-rnistiiiilty us 11 stir 
in London. During Ihat time s lie hits 
nlnved In "The Schoo Girl." "Ihe Girl frorn 
lip There," "Kltly Gray," "Three Little 
Maids." and "U Fnnnee." 

— Ilnlh Sheppard has returned to New 
York, aftor spending four weeks a _ the S . 
Louis Fair and two weeks at Allalill t I It). 
She coainicnies rehearsals Aug. 1. wllh W. 
II Gmv's "Voluuleer Orgimlsf «.o., wlihli 
will lila'v all ICiislein ellv time. 

lleiilrlie Golden, ranlrnlto vneallst and 

ihnracler actress, lias just rt'luriicil from 
Kiimne. where she has lieen lllllnit cngugt- 
inents lu Ihe principal uitisle halls of Lu- 
gland. Ineliidlug twelve weeks hv South Ar- 
rlca for the Hyinnn Urns., where she tH 
verv successful. She has Is-en engaged hv 
\ II. YVismIs In ereale Ihe |airl of 11 I reiiili 
iii'alil In his new pmtluclliiu »f '"' raekeil, 
which opeu'i earlv lu Udtobcr. , 

L-Jmk "Iiiil'h" •,'ulliui. formerly i.f ilie 

tenui l.aih'11 1 C"Hlie<. has stglied with 

fin- Wi'slern ••Al|iheniie mid <■:•«<<>•< I •»■ ■" 
plar Ihe part of Alphouse untl do bis allele 

ipe'cUlty, ppenlng Aug, B g 4 . ^a- . ., 



AT lilllEltTY— Rcilncl Juvenile or Cliarae- 
lor Woman, drHiuutli; or vaudeville; lius llnalii*! 
Ciiinoily Sketch. - H. Marlon, w< W.33d nt, N. Y. 

FOIl MAL.F., Two t'sr Show inn III, 0110 Tort. 
Combination w, oue wft llaggago; mie suit. 
Round Top. -loft. Mhlillc I'lree; ruie ;:n\i,:,, one 
•.i)xw>, one SvN.'Jii l.cnglhs lllues, live l.t-ngllni 
Reserves, uvnnow Kid t.lglus, nun Hill Trunk. I J 
IIhikI ( lulsiiucl Cups. 1). II. Krlsbee, lli'lroii, Mirk, 

MelNNERNEY'S 



THEATRICAL 
GOLD CREAM. 



There are many Cold Cream Preparation! en 
the market today, some are notiil— other* are 
BKTTER— But Mclnnerncyi« Is BKHT. 

Tho Ingrcdlonts of Mclnnernev's Cold Cream 
aro pnre and harmless. And when yon once uk 
this preparation you will want no other. 

Other good qualities In Its favor are Its delicate 
perfume, smooth whiteness and cooling properties. 
And It docs not eost as much as many of the fat 
Inferior preparation!. 



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Sufferers from Eczema 

ur ol her Kruptlve Skin Aireorlons.wliyilualroyyrar 

stoiiiHch by so-called lllnoil-l'iirlfvlng Mcdlrliiesr 

A skin, eruption Is not hii Indlcailon of im 1*110 

blood. 



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oilier 



Skin Eruptions. 



We can refer you to thousands of BOBUW* cures 
right here In New York my that may he verlllcd. 

At all Drug anil uennriinent stores or "AS- 
OZOI. I.ABOUATOU V, 117 ST- MARKH* 
AVE., BMUUKLYN. l/itlon, $2.00 per iHittlc; 
soap 'iic. Mall orilcra pioinplly tilled. 



PERFORMERS 



UOINU 
TU 



EUROPE 



Should apply tor lowest passage rules and 
full pnrtlculars at 

RAYMOND &WHITCOMB CO., 

flKW YllKIt-'J.'i VtflON KttUAHK, W. 

1I0HT0N— a«i WASHINGTON ST. 
I'lllLADKLI'IIIA— Hlli.'i I'UKMTNUT 8T- 
CHICAGO— Ti2 SOUTH CLAHK HT. 



KlilHK DRLIKKT *Mi M.tlllK O.ITKI.I.A Wl-rp 
mil ill Cowan's Summer ItaMetl wsh of 
.1 ■ 1 1 V "I, W. UM iiiiiioiiiii'eil They Were lit 
.iiieirn .111 I',. wil..j, Pf.ulh IJ.-inl, Intl., ami 
. . - 1 ,. . r r inerllfic iilrh RMrveM lu Ibelr low 
eomedy. "A l.uiulii 's |ir.-.iiu." 

I'.lrki:i. ASP W.t rsoN piny ut St. Lunls, 
Mo., week of Aug. 7. with Kansas Clly, Jlcui- 
ybls, Tenn., uwi GUi&Hl ifl «M*TA * v 



Were Not Losing-But Investing. 

If wo can niiiko it ciiuloiiK»r of yt>n nt tlio priffi of nil prolil nnd tialf of tlio cotit 
of the "urnients juu choose. Tlioin isn't au event like uiii' 

Semi-Annual Remnant Stole 

.. , - . -. ; <. -; .J .«*Si« * i sl** 4 

atiywlinro. ' Tlvcry six imohUih sees nviTJ uliorl luigui of wooli'im, no luiiwi' 
wlnit you (iiitflit to |»ny ri^litfully, iIohimI mil. for cloiiraiifii a' $ | 5 a aiiilrr- 
coal mid troiiBcrs, $| I. 'Jrouseis, $4*00. >;! 

ARNHEIM 

Broadway and 9th Street, New York. 



AT l.iniOllTY- l.eclnrer. Olllee Worker; 
dress nnd look tlio pen. Will not sleep III camp. 
Hat whin vim can |.uv in nr-i. "in-kcts, If I 
dou'l know vim. Miliary or per cent. 

1)11. II. <:. M VKItK, Beverly, K.J. 



AT I.IIIKUTV AI'I'IIK AUGUST, CHAM. 
AlfNObllA. SOII»»llnliiil Comedy mill OhnrHI'ler 
Juggler, Clila llalnncvr, Clmrnclcr Impersona- 
tor, Vneallst, llnui'cr, U.i jiti! Changes, lllus- 
iraicd Nmigrt. Munagcru wrlle. I'liino, good 
ftfklr; overtures; cliHiig'u nigblly for week. CHAM. 
AllNIII.IIA.N'n. I.'.OI West W'liHliitigl'in St.. care of 
(leriimiila HiunriMr Hardens, Hoiith Henri, Indiana. 

Wt.VTKll Ull I OK, 0000 Al.l. AltOUMI 
KOV'KI.TY MAN, Cniiloriioiiist, and Hinging and 
Daue.lug Comedian. ' Miliary low hut sure; week 
stamls;Hio« arid live lu tenia. 

HOT sriNGH 311:11. CO., Underwood, Minn. 

~ YVANTBD, KOIl T1IE _ HAUlTl^UToS 

STOCK CO,, Hood Hep. People for balance of 
Hummer and Winter teasiin; huilclans lo lloublc 
Baud nud Ore host ra. Address 

t. A. IIAIlllINOToV, Arthur. III. 

WAMTKI) HIHVK— Irish ami II. F. Came- 
illans, silent Acts, Al. Stale if you (day organ; 
tell all Aral; Join on wire; salary, fin and exp. 
Ticket r No. K. Al. Raymond, lUyiiiond'B "All 
Itlvhl" Show, l.eeslmrg, I'll., Aug. 1, i. !i; New 
Wllinliigii.n l.a.S. I'.S.— Hurry K. Ilaynintid.wrlle. 

I 'Oil SAI.K — OALATICA — Ureal, luuncy 
giiihcrer; hurry, If you want litis one; slightly 
use i; Juki have oue, no more; the fairs are open'. 
I'llnis for sale cheap. Kneloso stamp. 

O. 1'. IIAItKI.KY,_Mt I'lmsaiij. I'*. 

' WARTRIV-Vcraatllo Medlelnti People that 
nan cluinge for week; uitist double on Brass or 
I'ake I'laiin. Camp nulfit ; gnnrl ■ rout incut; sum 
niniiey. Knockers, boo/.er* nnd chasers, kcop nir, 
Addrrs* C. J. wa 1,811. Wallkll), New York. 

wanted, good singing and Dancing Conic- 
dlan. change for week: Soubrelle; ollinr gooil 
people, write. Also Al I/CCtUfOr who eiin gel llio 
coin. If yon don't want work don'l write. 
W. J. MANHPIKI.D, Kinlenlnii, I'cunii. 

OI'KUV HOUSE, ilOOIVVII.I.E, IV. V— 

First Class Order. Newly Wired, l,»lcst Klrcirienl 
KUccla; ready In book First. Class Allraclbins Willi 
Own Hind. WibUAM COMS'IOCK. Prop, suit 
Mgr. i.'omHlock's Opera Home. Houu\ llle. N. Y. 

I'Olt SAI.K— GAI.ATKA— ooiiiplete nilim, 
Wealon make: prlee film, or will lake partner 
wllh black leal, ttOXW. for Ily fairs. Send tor eh 
culiirs. It's .1 "inonei acliei." II. S. JOIINSOX 

mrnn, r. u. o»l Union cih . Erie Ob., p». 

■Ii,.vr r''i« «*•••*, i'mit, Itoiiiiil Efn>, 
Kvrra OiHk, fl ilidiire P"le<. S d« Poles, Makej. 
Maripie, d U'ligih Jm:k<SB«l Htrliignrs, Stasjeanrl 
Scenery. I'hsl clans condition; can he seen Hi air. 

i\ v. Jiwx iw, sotTSi,, «, /, 



Ktiit NAI.K— Klgbi im I'erfnruiiiig Cunarlar, 
Hugo and proponier. boarn any nun In work 
ilium by leller. N. l.siU'll, arft Warren Arc, Obi- 
eagii,JJI^ g_ 

KOlt BO i)AVH-n.<i boner llcsdn, propiildliy 
mall, Me.) envolopus, hsiiio; il'Ms, Sim., irlc.; sum- 
pics, lc. Central Clly SHow Print, llnrtlu ml, Mloti. 

I.ADV Will Hell iUnrlKiimo Strecl rtml KveulDg 
Downs, »t in $20. uidin'ii il A hit. IHBWAI*. V 
ainw. IIUMi Ht, r'li'»|Aj^irtliloiil_KajO,J*b_J^ 

~van HAtM,VmvlkrKwSuk Aivr out 

FIT, New, 'I'nblcs, Vsws, Urns, utii., lln: Let Of 
Tricks, »s; Horpoutlno llrtsa. »S; VI Coloreii 
Miides, new, $4. stamp; miniver MIIH. WM. caul, 
SSI court St., Iluchosler, N. V^ 

JII'MBV KHEAK-dnly Klipllilllt Clilhl. 
I'erfee.i, wniuliirfnl oiiMonliy. Hlrnngalliuciloii 
for exIiHililoii, j'jo; Hand organ, lu luncs, ill; 

II VfilM.IU- MllHlif>lleliill llllisloil, *l';. Hlillllp. 7, 
W. O'lllllKN, Al U Wsbasri Ave., I hlcilgu|V 

"HEN D .10c. ror one of my Original Mono 
liigues and Vallrlevlllo Ai'ls (any nharaeler, tin mn 
alike). Not primed. Gut. a good act una frfr 
coming Hciifiui. Tlinold rcllablo n. M. I.KK, ' 
Mo. 101 at. Now Jersey Ave., Atlantlo City. N. .1. 

I.AUIEH' out IIEH'IHA AtLlborly for Fall 

and winter season. Hopuitulrcuornji»nj;otiti week 
rdaiids preferred. Add. Orchcsirs, Care CI.IPI'KH. 

AGENTS WANTED— Hustlers, In Inlrii- 
(luce latest popular game, Speculate on Ilaiiril of 
Trade. Takes place of slot machines; Sure sale lo 
every line; operate ut fairs eio. AMF.lilCAN 
N0VKLTY U0..4B Klver Mb, jUhi«tj|0. JrU 

WANWBD, Blank race CtintealiuT Must do 
Song end Uunii'. Change for a weak, do Comedy 
In acts, All good people, wrlle. Can use Sketch 
Team. Dlt. y. E. Mll.hKit, (lernian Medicine Co., 
Hen'i Del-, Tuscola, III. 

WANTED, i'AKTNKit. tar Big Fair Ground 
Bltow. Have lout. VVIII liny or excliauye hand or- 
gan for side walln,ur luigc glasses for peeps. For 
sale, one will. Tenl. Wanted, man to mnko opou- 
1 iius. 1,. STONK, W W, Dili St., Jamestown, N. v. 

MCHICAL ACT WANTED-SlnBlo nr doll 
hie, change for w«"k. Only experienced turd, 
people, capable, rrlined and strictly inrnperatn, 
Long, pleasant engagement. Ask Hie hanker 
hero. Stale age, experience, uiary, fie. Tent, 
an elegant 011IIII. 

DR. B. L. IICDHON, Warren, III. 

I'll IT AT It IP A I. I'M INTINIi-i;,-) ism INiilirerr. 
u.", 1; forms, fur it;, fiinul. clean work, liiilcnuiit. 
Mcyr.II, PRINTIK O t o., WnosH-r. O. 

At Liberty, Al AGENT. 

HfliM jearn 1 exusrlctiee. Ask llio liiausgeis, 
WiW H< i. WYiiX, veifego, jf. I, 



546 



■TBJ&'-XrigW YOHTC CJJlVP'KR. 



Attottrto. 



LIBBY ARNOLD BLONDELL 

XBT VAUDBVII-I-B. 



PROCTOR'S THEATRE, NEWARK, N. J., THIS WEEK... 



JOHN A. WEST, MUSICAL BROWNIE, 



JVIiY ,11-AITO. 6, HOPKINS' PARK, MEMPHIS, TENN.« 



SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 

The Great Train Robbery 



ORIGINAL. EDISON FILM. 



J 





FOR THE 



-7UQ 



*r». 



We li« v. FIVE °«* <>>•»*• fllmi (iinranlrid <o b. In perfect condition. 1'ltit 
come, flr.t lerved. AI»o the following Hit of Aim. at bargain price, while they 
la.t. EYery film gmrantecd. 

Butter Brown Series, 

Rube and Mandy at Coney Island, 
Romance of the Rail, 

Life of an American Fireman, 
Skirmish Between Rueelan and Japaneae Advance Cuarda, 
Battle of Chemulpo Bay. 

Jack and the Bean Stalk, 
Uncle Tom's Cabin, 
Russian Outpost Attacked by Japaneae. 
Capture and Execution of Spies by Russians, 
Lookout at Port Arthur, 

Tourists Climbing Mt. Blanc* 

Life of Napoleon. 

THE KINETOCRAPH COMPANY, 

Wo. 41 EAST gig 8TBEET, HEW YORK CITY. 



Great Cooper Medicine Co. 

THE BEST II TBI BD8IIE88. 

One show a day. Must be Drat clans, experienced 
and deliver 1 be goniK Long season. Wrlie quiet. 
Thoie who wrote before write again. 

BANDMASTER BOWERS, 

Cir. Coopir Medicine Co., Detroit, Mich. 



SPECIAL NOTICE TO MANAGERS. 



MULY AMBARK'S 

Original Troupe of Turage 



*i 



IT SUNG TO WHIR LWIND OF APPLAUSE!!! 

NORA 

By J. AhnniOH L1BBEV nnil THOMAS II. WEST. 



COON 
80N0. 
WA'TZ 
eUMJ HIT. 



.ion MY SWEET SAVANNAH LIZE. 
ALOU MAGGIE McGUIRE, 

WHEN THE FIELDS ARE <™ 

,...». m WHITE WITH DAISIES. 

RIDING IN AN AUTO CAR ■-»«■■»»«» 

WITHOUT YOU <HI«H CfcASS BAtfiAD) 
PROFESSIONAL COPIES AND ORCHESTRATION ON RECEIPT 
OV RECENT •PKOURAMHB AND POSTAGE. NO CARDS. 

HAMILTON S. GORDON, 139 Fifth Ave.,Nsw York. 



FEATURE FILMS 

ARE IN GREAT DEMAND. 

WE CARRY IN STOCK THE BEST PRODUCTS OF THE BEST MAKERS, 

EDISON MFG. CO. FILMS, 

THE BIOGRAPH FILMS, 

PATHE FRERES FILMS. 

WE HAVE NO SECOND HAND SOOOS FOR SALE. 

KLEINE STEREOPTICONS AND EDISON K1NET0800PES 

HAVE SET THE PACE, AND ARE MAINTAININB IT. 

KLEINE OPTICAL CO., 



The New London (Conn.) 

OPERA, HOUSE, 

OPENS AtJO. 18, with JOE OPPENHKIMKR'R 
PAY FOSTER (WHEEL) BURLESQUE CO., Which 
plays two night*. This big company In followed 
by Cliff Grant's "Mormon Queens," T. W. Dlokloi' 
"Inneeent Maids," WUtl»m Eversole's, 8am|JackV, 
etc. In September. Thin Is lit tb season of bnr 
leflqno here. Managers ot flrnt claim burleaune, 
vaudeville or minstrel attractions, should write 
for open dates and terms. Theatre lias seating 
rapscitr or 1,200. Prices always 20c, 50c. and 76c. 
James J. Hill's $6,000,000 ocean Steamers are mill 
In course ot construction here. A big fleet of 
warships, Willi hundreds of oadett ana sailors, 
have been here all Summer, and will be In port 
until the middle of September, and there is plenty 
of money in circulation. Come and get ynnr 
h li.re of It. Ne tr London is one of the best one or 
two night stands In New England. 

Address james P. NEILAN. Manager, 
New Loudon Opera House, New London, Conn. 
P. O. Boi 384. 



9 ARAB ACROBATS 

WIULBE 

AT LIBERTY AFTKR AUG. 7. 



Address, 



117 W. I3t.h Street, New York City. 



WANTI 



QUIOK, 




mimimi . imnmwwwww.v 



SHOW TENTS. 

Equal to any In workmanship, shape and 
quality. Get ottr prices before buying. Agents 
for Klrid's lights and linker torches. Black 
unta for moving pictures. Good second hand 
tents from 33x00 to 125x300, at Bargains. 
BAKER & I.OCKWOOD, Successor to C. J. 
Baker. 415 Pela ware St., Kansas City, Mo. 




SLOT MIS. 

When yon are tired of paying big prices write ui. 
Picture Machines, Beauties, $lfl,so. Punching 
Machines, Slot Phonographs, Fortune Tellers, 
Disc Talking Machines, Weighing Scales, Lifters, 
Name Plate Machines. ROGERS MFC CO., 
No. 147 West 2M St., New York City. 



EMMA BUNTING CO., 

Direction EARL BURGESS. 

FIRST CLASS CHARACTER MAN. Prefer one that is tall. Must have good wardrobe, state 

height, weight and age. Send photo and references. 

WANT TO HEAR FROM REPERTOIRE PEOPLE IN ALL LINES. 

May have a disappointment. 

FIRST CLASS SCENIC ARTIST, Must give reference and Join immediately. 

TWO FIRST CLASS VAUDEVILLE ACTS, te be Featured. NOT Expsctad tf Play Parts. 

MUST BE GOOD. Cannot Us* the Ordinary "Full I." Act. 

Rehearsals begin Aug. a, at CORTLAND, NEW YORK. Seasons opens Aug. 22. No daily matinees 
until sixth week out. State FULL PARTICULARS in first letter. Name LOWEST SALARY, which l 
will consider final. Silence a polite negative. Address EAHL BURQE8S. 

Vntll Aug. 8, NO. 8 South Filth Street, READINfl, PA. ; Aug. 8-20, CORTLAND, NEW YORK 



OPENING POSTPONED. 

OLYMPIC and HAYMARKET 

THEATRES, CHICAGO. 

On account of unavoidable delay In rebuilding above theatres tb.lr openlag 
had to be postponed* 

THE HAYMABKET WILL OPEN AUG. 22. 
TEE OLYMPIC WILL OPEN OCT. 3. 

Artist, booked for earlier data, will consider same fancied and write for 
later tin... KOHL «. CASTLE. 




El' IB 





MANUFACTURERS OF KLEINK 
BrERKOPTlCONS AND VIEWS. 



QRNRKAL WESTERN SKLl.INd AGENTS 
EDISON KINETOSCOPES AND FILMS. 



52 STATE ST., CHICAGO. 

NEW VllKK HRAMCII, l.7.li».i W. 3M ST. 



WANTED, 

FOR THE SEASON'S OPENING, SEPT. 1, 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, TA ^ PA ' 

Sketch Teams, Sister Teams, specialty People of every description. Would like to hear from good 
STRONG NOVELTY, to feature; good STRONG IIURLKSQI'lS and DRAMATIC' PRODUCER (long 
e igagemetil to the right party); Musicians for It. and V. (If you are not afraid of paradta, write), 
ti tn place about In Flrsi Pari ami Chorus Girls (those acuunniud with wine room lib., preferred); 
something doing for good workers. The Big State Fair opens Oct. l; nurfsed. (NOTB.— It is the 
»«ruest endeavor of the management of this house to make this opening on. of the grandest la the 
history of vaudeville lu the South, 

Would like lo bear from Q.o. Milton, Holt lie w let te, and Baker and Fonda, Satisfactory Induce- 
ments ottered. Address all communications to 

HI), c. JORDAN, tleneral Manager, Metropolitan Theatre, Tampa, Fla. 



WILL HAUL TRUNKS OR SCENERY FREE 



If w. do not deliver goods at per contract, 

LYON** EXPRESS CO. 
No. 13» Ho. Clark St., CHICAGO. 



(Not Inc.) 



Trunks stored Ktce. 
T.I., North, 1TSO. 



HARRY 



CLARA 



STANTON and WAGNER. 



"A MARRJAUK AD." 



MUSICIANS WANTED. 

CORNET, B. and 0., Capable or Leading Band; 
TUUA and D. BASS. Send age, height, weight, 
experience and lowest, sure salary, we paying ex- 
penses. 

FRANK 8. DAVIDSON, 

MANAGER OLD FARMER HOPKINS, 

60 Hathaway St., Cleveland, Ohio. 




Sllholln. Tlgbu, SJMHft Worn.* 
Tight.. M.0O] Cotton Tight.. 
|lAO| Silk Tight., from $».«! apt 
Shirt, to match all aam. price 
a. tljrhui Pouip., »t centst Qalt- 
-*"1 , 11."" 



•r», ll.ooi Elastic Support*... 
•LOO; Cloth Snpportors. aVeon J! 
■and fbr catalogn. and i.nplii 
of tight, fro.. Yo.ltlT.lr a da- 

Bo.lt reqnlrcd. Satisfaction gmran- 
taed or money refunded. 8PJ0IR BBOt., 

M Woodbine BL, Brooklyn, H. Y. 
Old stand bnt new uUrtM. 



Wanted, 



OPERATOR 



For Edison flaekhio. 



We 



Join at Toronto, ont. stale lowest aalurv 
pay R. H. and bnard. Address 
JONES AJiAKRISON, _Box JlVWlunlpeg, Man. 

"WANTED AT OMCE, 

A I SCENIC ARTIST, 

Cood on Interiors and exteriors. 

Mr (ill. I, A SI 1 1PM AN. 
48 Cannon St., Bridgeport. Conn. 



WEEK OF ACQ. 1, CHICAGO OPERA HOV8E, CHICAOO. 

TIKE OPEN IN AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER. 

Managers and Agents are hereby notified that ALL COMMUNICATIONS must be addressed i:\TU- 
SIVELY to JEAN MARCEL, care of NEW YORK CLIPPER Office, New York City. 



if 



French's Sensation." 



FIRST CLASS SPECIALTY PEOPLE FOR SOUTHERN SEASON. Join at once. 
J. E. McNAIR, Pern, 111. 



.. 



few 



A BREEZY TIME," 

Clever Versatile Peop'e who MUST double brass Comedy Old Man, Uon for Biddy and Olddy Old 
Maid, S. and I). Dutch Comedian and Soubrettea, Acting Manager and Property Men to double 
Btrong Cornel, Baritone, Tuba and Trombone. Address, stating salary (1 pay board), ago, height, 
weight, experience and Just what you can do, 



K. WEBSTER FIT/, Oen. Del., Chicago, 111. 



HUNT'S BIG SHOWS 

Wants Qulok, 
Alto or Cornet to double violin. Circus Acta doing 
two or more aota or play in band. MuBt join liy 
Sunday, 7. Al. Montsello, telegraph. Pine Hill, N. 
Y.. 4, Urimn'a Cur. 6, Mtrgaretaville a. 
P. 8 —J. 0. Hamilton, agent, wrl'eme. 



WANTED, 6oe« Acts for Free Summer Ear- 

DEN. AT ALL TIMKS. TEAMS AND SISTER ACTS 
WANTED. Also Good Single Ladles. First class 
hoard and room, ut to, in note), nest door. Salary 
mint lie very low. Address 

VENETIAN GARDEN, Steubenvllle, Ohio. 



EILEEN F. SEYMOUR, 

CHARACTER WOMAN, 

Solicits oners forluM-1. Combination preferred. 
Address luo Bclvldere St., Boston, m u «s. 



Dancers and leaders Bit "Rosebud Sklit 

DANCE" anil "TUB MAIDEN AND THE MOUSE." 
Two Step, lac each; both SS-. Orch. or Piano. 
ARTHUR BELLINGER (Pub.), Battle Creek, Mich. 



PASSIOiV I»jTvAY. 

PINE 8IT riLI, 2,073ft. Very Low. 

ALSO EDISON "UNCLE TOM" FILMS. 
PASSION PLAY, care of OLIPPKR. 



WANTED- FIRST GLASS REPERTOIRE CO , 

To play at Opera House during fair week, Aug. 22- 
37. Address 

FRANK WOOI.LEV. Manager, Savbrook, III. 






KAOBIOl H. ROBJejYKWaXO 

LAWYER. PROFESSIONALS MANAGED. 
«" Par« Mow (World BUk.1. «*w Xerfc. 



'WARD'S MINSTRELS Want 

comedian doing Htrciug talking and Hinging end with specialty other than monologue; If possible; 
COMEDY DAN01NG ACT, dolug ends with good Coon Song; GOOD SINGLE SPECIALTY IN NOVELTY 
LINE, HIGH TENOR BALLADIST; other SINGERS and PERFORMERS Doubling Brass, LOUD 
STREET CORNET, BARITONE Doubling String, CLARIONET B. and 0. Would like lo hear from 
Musicians and Performers In all lines. Musicians do not black. Wire or write quirk WARD'S 
MINSTRELS, South Bend, Ind., Aug. l to o: Springfield, 111., 7; Decatur 8, Mt. Sterling 9, 10, Hannibal, 
Mo., 11; Qttlncy, 111., It.; Klrksvllle, Mo., 13. " . 

ANDREW DOWNIE'S NEW BIG SHOWS. 

WANTED, For Side Show, long season South, flood Announcer and Ticket Seller, Hindoo Box 
Mvs ery, Ventriloquist, Magic Punch, Bag Punching Act, or any good freak or side show feature; 
Singing and Talking Clown, muBtdo concert turn, and good concert people, to sell concert, and re- 
served seat tickets. Must Join Immediately. Sober, reliable people only, wanted. Also Grooms, 
Teamsters und Canvas Men. WANTED, two more Bill Posters. 
ANDREW DOWNIE'S NEW DIG SHOWS, «s per route, Aug. i, Clinton, N. J; S, Bomervllle; 0, South 

Rlvar;8, Freehold; v, llightatown. - ' ■ 



AT LIBERTY, First Time In 6 Years, 

HERMAN J. SHREWSBURY, 

COMEDIAN. 

Featured Inst season In the part of "Zeke." in Raymond's (Eastern) "The 
Missouri Girl" Co. resoonslblc managers ONLY address 

CHARLESTON, W. VA. Regards to B. and friends. 




FOUR PICKERTS & CO., T58S" BLANCHE, 

'«iLV vl T.? TB , I ' , '' PH .\ Onrith season: the Highest Salaried Vaudevilles on the road, in their 
New Line of Specialties this seaBon, will be the Heifer and Buby Elephant Dance, as introduced in 
St^SS,'.'. 118 .'P d Moale Urtato.Jr. The Bhow.the South has guaranteed, r. i production up to date- 
WANTED (JUIOK-Al Leading Man thai can play a Heavy; also Leading Woman, Cornet that can 
double; preference given those that can double Brass. Addrcns 
^ WILLIS P1CKERT, Llnwood St., near Stanley Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



"0! GIVE ME YOUR GRIP, OLD BOY 

_ . . A NEW WALTZ SONf*. * 

Professional Copies and Orchestrations free. Address LEE A wiles, 19 No. Paulina 8t, CHICAGO. 



CALL-PERFORMERS, ATTENTION, TO TRT 

Ludwig's "Red Seal" Grease Paints and all Face Make-Up. 

HM fS r HSJyfiS": *"F»WIO, Property Man at Paator's, loo E. 14th St., near Union So..', N. Y.C. 
Mecomniended by thonsanda, Stage Money for aale. Are you a Raspberry f Seud for my catalogue. 



■ -v-.-.-b,-v«h^™>.^- ■U^CWVUOM M m WiTlTll.IIIIIIHIM.il lillliM , m , , Ll , 



AUGUST A 



THE NEW YORK CHIPPER. ^ 



547 



At Liberty, 




PERMANENT ADDRRflS, 

186 Eighth St., Elmhnrst. L. I. 



IbX 



Violet Barney, 



LEADING WOMAN; 



Harry Bewley, 

COMEDIAN, Al SPECIALTY. 

Address HARRY BEWLEY, 

Cireof KatherM Roher Co,, Ilonlton, Me., Ang.l; Woodstock, N. B., Ang, a; Su John, N. B., Auk. Bfl 



EDWARDS STOCK GO. 

jAA£E<S and DAVIS 

HAVE BEEN ENGAGED FOR OUR VAI'DKVIM.B FEATURE. 

WANTED «IU1CK-Al Loading Woman and Heavy Man, 8. and D. SoohreMe. Other Petiole 
wlili Specialties, wNle. Those wliowruteoefore/wrlte again. Address JEFFERSON HALL, Mgr' 
34 Hunker Hill St., (JJharlcstown, Mass., until Aug. 8, then to Martlnshurg, W. Va. * 8 

Mazle B.tiawrcnceand Lcona Alfretta, write. 



Mabel Paige Co. 



t*V 



SOOD CHARACTER IAI AID OTHER USEFUL REPERTOIRE PEOPLE. 
Don't misrepresent, and must join on receipt of wire. Those who wrote write again. 
^ENBY F. WILLABD Jk CO., Montgomery, Ala. 



BENNETT-MO ULTON 

COMPANIES 

CAN PLACB A 1 FEW MORE PEOPLE. ADDRESS 

MOULTON, THOMPSON and MOULTON —• 

V TREMONT ST., BOSTON. MASS. 

K. B — It you do not hear from us the position Is tilled. 



J. S. GARSIDE BIG STOCK GO. 

UNIFORMED BAND AND CLASSIC 0BGHE8TBA. 

WANTED-Actore, Musicians, an Al Agent and Scenic Artist who doubles Brass: Al Young Leading 
Man, cspahle ol Playing Damon. (Had to hear from Good Repertoire People in All Lines; those 
rtniihllag Brass or Specialties given prcferenoe. Slate all first letter and send photo, which will be 
relumed. Season opens In Ohio Sept. 12. Address J. S. OARSIDE, Woodsvllle, N. 11. 



IBYER 

BURK'B UNCLE TOM, 



B1.MDA1.K FARM, 



IONS, 
»AI,Y»8 TEN NIGHTS. 



WANTED, ACTORS and MUSICIANS, 
For DALY'S TEN NIGHTS CO., 

Man (or Morgan and Romalno, Slide Trombone, Clarionet, Trap Drums, Alto, doable fid. Mnst be 
sober snrt competent. State lowest salary, and be ready lo Join on wire. Show has not closed in 
seven years. Address, by. wire or letter, . C. F,: BEVERLK, Benson, Minnesota. 



**V ANTED, 

FOR THE BIO ONE NIGHT SCENIC PRODUCTION, 

Tried for Her Ivife, 

Playing city time only. W. H. HOUT wants to hear from DICK ST. VRAIN and GLEN BURT. 

Also man tnat can look and do part exactly similar to Bill Slkcs In Oliver Twist. Also man that can 
do a Character JewLcBd exactly similar to Fagan the Jew in Oliver Twist. Address 
' .;; . W. H. HOUT, Warrensnttrg, Mo. 



AT LIBERTY FOR REGULAR SEASON, 

Versatile Leading Woman, 

Stock Star, third Summer Season, Sheedy'a' Purchase Street Theatre Slock Company, 

New Bedford, Mass. 

M. IT. RYAX, 

Characters, General Business, Stock, Combination, or Viral Class n*i>«rtnry. 
Address BBRKDY'S THEATRE, New Bedford. Mass. 




I 




E 1 1 



Oelumbus, Ohio, 

OPENED SUNDAY, MAY 15. FOR A SEASON OF 18 WEEKS. 
, , ",'" * n * Finest Amusement Park and Sninmer Theatre In America, and Plays 
ail the Best Acta In Vaudeville, ^^^^ 




ALL PEOPLE ENGAGED WITH THE 

HARRY BRYANT CO. ■ 

SSJ* fpiwtt (or rehearsals MONDAY, AUG. 8, 10 A. M. sharp, atTEUTONIA HALL , Third Ave., bet, 
10,11 ann Win Sis., New York city. Kindly acknowledge call to 



HARRY nnYANT, LIDS Broadway, New York. 



THEY'RE GOING ON THE KEITH CIRCUIT. WM©T 



BILLY' 



POTTER a HARTWELL- 



EFFIE 



*n*Btl Aug. 8, Now York City, and the Little Lady Is going to 8tand on Her Head Twice Dally. 

Pan WHO BOOKS Tl 
■ .8— Regards to tlie PunkB. 



WILLIAM I0BBI8, 4? w '-'* •* -■*•• 



New York City. 



WE VAUDEVILLE ACTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

ilm. «*i rk J ll * t0,,,c ' 8 loi'amlly Audiences.' Nn Sunday shows, no n 
[""Matte* Address GRKGU A. PREL1NOBR, Manager 



matinees. Performers Bond In open 
Burgmsn Park, Logansporl, tin 



per 

d. 



THE KING OF IRELAND, 



.TAJVIKJS bdonovan 

JjOCKSPniN'Q PARK. BAST LIVKRP OOL. O. July 31-Aug. «. Polng trell. thnnk yon. 

WANTED-Musical Artist, 

^taSrSSS. M,,B,C " Fouri wh0 pliy " 81,de Tron,bone ^ZVfll&S&fiftfitiS? " 



SIEGMAN 
& WEIL, 

77-81 W008TER 8T. ' 

(Bit. Spring and Brooms), New York. 

Theatrical Supplies, 
Grease Paints 

Tights, Wigs, . . . 
THEATRICAL JEWELRYJ * 
Gold & Silver Trimmings, 
Spangles, Etc., 

Wi und goods C. 0. D., tubjict to Inspection, 
nut requlro a Dipotlt on all Ordirt. 

FILMS! FILMS! 

And Moving Picture Machines, all makes, bought 
and for sale. A large Block of Supplies constantly 
on hand. OUTFITS RENTED. Write Ip Ba 
today. T 

LEWIS M. SWAM & CO.. 

338 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa, 



SEND 4 Ota. 
FOB 

OATALOdUI 

No. 4. 

lend iota, tor 

Ostalofus 

No. 8. 



Sondtots. 
for 



Catalogue 

No.fl. 



SKETCHES 

CHESTER BARRON. 

IBS. H. C. DE IILLE, • • Agent, 
1 402 Broad way, H . Y. 'Phonn 3B 66-38th, 

WANT FILMS. 

Also EDISON or other good Machine Bond 
description and prlco. 
Can ftirnl'li 
GREAT TRAIN ROWtERY. 

TRACKED BY BLOODHOUNDS, 
PASSION PI.AY. 

UNCLE TOM, Kt«., 

HOLD HANK BURGLARY, 
At Low Prlco. 
ROOM 24, HOTEL AUCHDAI.K. 
ATLANTIC OITi. N. J._ 

DOYLE'S NEW THEATRE. 

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. L 

wl. H.HENRY, . • Proprietor. 

GOOD VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

Having next week open write or wire 
lowest slammer salary to 
FRANK GOLDIK Sola 



ier. 



#< 



Tell It To Me" 

EZRA KENDALL'S 3d BOOK. 

ALL NEW — JTJBT OUT. 

For sale on all trains and news stands, or by 
mall. S8e. Address BZRA KENDALL. . 
SO Booth. Jth. A.-»r.. Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 



Do You WANT MILITAfiY GOODS? 

BAND UNIFORMS, ARMY or NAVY 8U1T8, 
TENTS, ODNH and EQUIPMENT OF EVERY 
description, from Ooverninent Auction. 
No matter what you want. In that line I can 
snpply It. New or second hand. Send (or 
catalogue. Ft. B. ABRAHAMS, 

322 South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



ALL KINDS, TO ORDER. 



FIRE PROOF SCENERY, 

TOSIT 

II 






The TiPFIW SCEBfiC C0..Tiffin, 0. 



CLUB JUGGLERS 

Stnd tor llluttritod Catalogue, Frte. 

FBED BQZEIBAROT* 502 E, IMSL.I.Y. 



S 



J. C. GO88CO. |% 

Builders or *A 

HOW CANVA 



Catalogue and) r m . DETROIT 
2nd llnnd List) f IBB. MIVI1. 







FOR SALE- Four Act Fires Comidy, 

THE RUBY RIMQ, 0rA ^K RI8 

author, FRKIJ MAhTON. Written for special. 
tics. To be sold cheap, to sclllo the estate: It Is 
full y copyrighted. JOHN HO WORTH, 

■;■ 133 Lebanon St.. MaMen.JfsM. 

Bands and Performers 

PASSING THROUGH AND PTTTCDIT11I1 
WANTING SUNDAY DATE IN » 11 1BDUBV 

CALHOUN - OAKWOOU or SOUTHERN PARKS, 
write. A. S. Mrs win AN. Mir. Amusements. 



FOB LEASE. SALE 
0B 8T0RA0E. . . , 



CARS 

Repairs and Alterations Msdo. 

HEW JERSEY CAB WORKS, Clifl.n, H. J. 



/Illnril krU cs'n'noi <\f\icinhomten 
LfllslULUl DLHl nine diamond. Costs bnt 
one-tenth. In trllllsncj snd cut it bas no equal. 
Setting solid gold. Write for Illustrated catalogue. 
BO WE A CO., Pept P. , 8M Dearborn St., Chicago. 

aMSeoond-banel FLunn qprra orairh. flood 

condition. AMERICAN SCHOOL FURNITURE 
PP.. Wj-a-M West nth St .. New York tilt?. 

Second Hand BAND IHSTB0SEHT8 

BOCOHT, HOLD and KXCHANnEl). Send for core- 
pleloLlsl. VII AN K iini/nim A «<>., 
107 K. MaolBon Street , UhUsgo, III. 

SIDE SHOW PAINTINGS 

MIDWAY KHONTS. < i- l> 
E. 1. BAYIIEN i CO., 108 U ' wej, B'kljn, N. T. . 



' ' > ALL PEOPLE ENGAGED FOR 

AMERICAN BURLESQUERS 

' Will Report for Rehearsal 

At MINER'S 8th AVE. THEATRE, 



MONDAY, AVJO. O, IO 



EDWIN D. MINER 

i I j 



Proprietor and Manager. 



AJ 



ED. KELLEY. 

63 COURT STREET, BOSTON, MAW. 

NOW BOOKING FOR THE SEASON OF 1004-5. 

COMEDY ACTS OK ALL KISIW AND NEW FAt'El, WRITE AND STATE 
SALARY AND OPEN TIME AND ROUTE. 

BOSTON REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE 0L0 HOWARD, 

Long Distance Telephone, 1693.3-MaiD. 



NTED 



TO SUPPORT 



iKf.Ifllilllill 

IN MUSICAL OOUKDIKH, PRKSRNT1NII 

LAD? PEGGY. A BAY MATINEE 01 RL, A DASHING WIDOW. 

WANT SHALL Stil'llRKTTK. must Sing and ltanco; COMKHlAN with Strung Bpeclall}. 
CHORUS CUIUS, CI.KVBR SISTER TEAM. tiOOU SINtlINO THIl) who can play parts. Bend 
photos. No lime to waste. Playing one and throe night ntanda. All ultles. hkakon Oi'KNH 
Al'0. 20. Mention lowest salaries llrst lollor. Address MATT KUMKI.L, Champaign. HI 




WHO WAIfTS HARTJSCBIFT PLATS AND VAUDEVILLE SKETCHES ? 

SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE PROFESSION I 

Many of the "Old Time" actors will remciiilier me. That I have tieon out of the imslness for a 
iiunrur of a cenltirylssuiistnntlal reason why the lalonlcd mombora of the present gone ration of artlsia 
will say: "Who Is her" snftlcn It to say that I "wits there"— as the saying goos— anil, pThapa, I wan 
"lucky to gel out of It." When I loft llio profession I did not dispose of my largo col loci Ion of manu- 
scripts, music, and numerous vaudeville acts— consisting of drsiuss, farces, comedies and sketches— 
all of which, like the provertilal army horse, I gavo shelter to din "in good hands." These have lieen 
carefully preserved and are now In the markel (or any ambitions Individual who cares to have them 
at n "mere sons." The leading characters o( tlioso 'scripts are Irish. Gorman and protean. My onre 
great (joinody Drama, "1. 0. U.," which I produced at New York, Philadelphia, London, and Ihroiigfi- 
outtlio principal cities of America and Knropo. Is, wtlliciita doubt, the host paying, sensational "go" 
that I cvci did. I played It 3,ooo times, and 11 always brought in the coin. It Is a protean play, with 
more work in 11 than "har In a mow." The character has nine changes and the oast Is small. This 
plav, with music, enn he hart for |60 I have several besntlful corned los. and ihey are "all wool and a 
yard wide," that I will send to the first buyer at. from $10 to $jo each. I hare some "great" Vaudeville 
acts that I will sell at fsesr.h. I have other "sitirr," and communication* addressed to Philadelphia, 
Pa., will reach me. Very respectfully yonrs. J. HOLMES (I ROVER. 



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lngenurs. Juveniles 
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Wardrobe on and on" the very heat. ONB PIEOK OR KIR8T CUHtt REPKRTOIIIK. I am snle owner 
of the following strong plays— tried successes and money getters: "Under the Lash," "A Woman of the 
World," "Jason Jenkins," "O'iloollgan's Troubles." Kspeolally sulUlilo forflrsl olaas rop. Also hsve 
parts and "scripts" of fifty standard plats. _Wsnt_to hear irom manasers who want arllsllo work snd 



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telligence, mid iihc gisid griiinmiir. CihhI grsinniiir lu a mimical neL Is novel ciiuiigli to 
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THE ISnSSW YORK CLIPPER. 



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Cltyyer Post etf ice> 

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In order to nvolil mlnakri and to 
lunrf toe p-rtriirpt drllvjry of tore 
let (em aJtrrtlifd In I hi. list, ■■ 
ca**l»pe plainly AUKMtd tnUit M* 
am fur oieii i.i«m, aita « irrtttrt 
uH«r for the letter', Blamed Trltb the 
(all name and iiridrraa and the list* 
of bnalne»ai followed t»r the sender, 
moat al«o lie enclosed. 

Please mention ' tan- date (or nam* 
ber) of TUB CLIPPER In Which the 
leffe 



Anbei 



era sent for were advertised.' 

LADIES' I.1HT. 



cr, Loulne 

Althea TwItlH 
Alltborpe, !•'. 
Allele, Mile.. 
AUyu, Lacy. 
A lliii', Mile. 
Ackertnaii, 1-k.r 
Adams, May 
Abbott* Jviiuiu 
Bcusley, • BeiM 
llnlnl. Mrj.Wiu, 
JJUL'bniun, P. 
Eniil.iLuiiv, ' 

I'urillii.' 
Blnghflni Alkalis 
Hulls, MrjUM 
BurrV Mmftfe A. 
Burnett. Kiln .1 C 
Barley, fairly 
llOII'l, Louise 
lluller, Mae 
H9yd, .1. I.. 
llryiMit, Flor. 
Beach. Minnie 
Beldenl, Kin 
lluniett, 

, Mm. V. II. 
DimiH, Mnrtlin 
UnrrH, ISchh. 
Jlr.viiul, 

Violet, IO.t. 
lis rr I ngrr, Cur:. 
1IM1/ Ortiee ' 
Uglier, Cirllie 
lltrtellilt, .Tosle 

lljfl.Tllf!. VI.. Ill 

Carey, Kvu 
Clark Plraebc >i 
i'laiiH A .Marie. 
Otylihin, Itoas 

tllHHl)-!), Alice 

Crouch, Hon.i 
Onus, Kllu 
Ostler, 

T Mrs. Leslie 
Collins, Mamie 
Cosiier, Kltu 
Clause, Kiln 
Cftniora Ceell ,F 
Clifton, Ada 
cbttilts, — 

C ^»x V 

Conlcllo, Allele 
I'lnlr, Flora 
ijotitlioul. Jess. 

C:ihm, nun 

Clyiuor, Kdna 
Courtney Mlliule 
Carney, I'titwr 
Odrtella, Verdi 
i>ruiis. — 

Doraey, Maml I". 
lWLeon. Mile. 
Diivln, Suite L. 
LieVere, Kilty 
D'ATvllle. Iretii- 
UAliree, 1,11.1.1.: 
Us » ton, Ma 11. 1 
Delniore. Mm, J. 
Deuaiuore, 

T Kill. P. 

Dclroy, 11. K. 
Dougherty. Uerl 
Dyer. Enlelle 
Dupree, Mlnule 
Dempster, 

Mulilc 
Donnelly, Ceclle 
Defnrenl, Seliuu 
DeAr.m.],.'. ' ' - 
Munch 



Dupree, Liable 
uilav/ortu. O". C 
Hmery, Mamie 
Elllnurp. Ming. 
Sox, Rate A. 
Kroner, A, 
French, rltell.i 



Floyd, Mamie 
I'm. Flor. 11 
Francis, Delia 
Fuller, May 
I'ulrchllil, Juste 
(lllaon A Hart 
(.Ibncy, Hailn- 
murine, Mile. 
Clint, Cl*»y 
i.llKin, Lottie 
Oordon, Belle 
llerard, Bettlim 
(luutlers, Mr-i.lt 
(•III, Smile 
(iilson, I.ntfle 
any, Lottie 
(Ionian, Helle 
iiiiwiu, Slur, M 
(larrett, Kill. 
(lrgiinoo, Ilu 
IliyiH, Add 
lull. Brownie 

latoi, KleliDl- 
limner. Bra 
IIPUHton, .Kittle 
llarte, Dora 
llnrin, Dora 
Herring, Kiln 
Hamilton,' Alice 
llollls, "Allllll J. 
itttmlltnn. -Alice 
"lall, Violet 

elninii; Cbini 
lliiydeu, Vs. 
Hood, dlln ' 
Irving, Pearl 
IniiucH Addle 
Iclmnon, Oraec 
\liif, Bess I., 
Klligslcy ft ' 

Lewis 
Klnf, Pearl 
hemic, ypla 
K.en lilwin Slstcra 
klrkwnoil, .I.isev 
Kin it, Margie 
Kennedy.' 

Mni. Clayton 
I .trick, Ada 
l.lcyil, Annie 
I.iflle. lUse 
I.nBrnby. Marie 
Lewis. 1,11 
l.owrece, 

Mine It. K 
l.lllli'. Mailan II 
l.aMiitlc. Nell. 
I.tivlngtnn, May 



Lull!, Mi*. Win 
Lflinler, liOrruln 

(.(■Hlli' Mr*. Id I w 
l.iiti'll. l-'lnrenit' 
l.rf'i.i', Joule 
l.nlttiy, .lean 

I.JlVllll. I'lllH. 

LorrHlue, 

IMiyllta 

Moullnn. Ilea*. 
alurroy, Ivillth 
.Mltcheltree, 
'. May ni» 

.Mitchell. Louise 
Merwllth, Carrie 
Miles, lla 
Mtillln, Jnsi-y 
Morrell, MbiIkc 
Miifon. Nell. 
Mellvllle. Joule 
Ma her, Mm. 1*. 
Mu.vw.vxl, Ella 



NorrU Mm.J.F. 
purl, A. P. 
UckiTimm, Flor. 
Polnaller HU- 

ler* I 
Palmer, Dalny 
I'lemon, Anule 
1'elletler, Dors 
Parker, Mra. F. 
Fun-ell, Ulltu 
uulKley, Mm. CI. 
Hobaou, May 
Raymond. I^ons 
lfciio. Adele 
KiibmII, Ulllan 

Snynbr, Ktta 
rjoney, Kittle 
Idvem, Mm.H.C 
llobbliia, Matty 
Itntii»*.v, t.lli 
lillld .Mra. A.M 
P.liwiel, Villa 
lteynurd' Mm Kd 
Hlulta, Mnie. 
Itlve, May 
Itlchanla Mre.II 
Hoy,. Mali 
itiM'ku'ell. Clran 
KHmle, Kmiim 
Ileiinert, 

Mertle M. 

Iteanliiii, Mra.J. 
Ituanell, Tenle 
Mreet, Mnoil 
Hi Clulre Mr.ble 
Ktrutdin, 

Mra. A. M. 
£tar. Dot 
.Sievciw, iicrtic 
l<r*ncer, Attle 
rlnwurt, I.llxle 
Ferllle Sitter* 
tUeirurt, U^lla 
Keherff Mr»..T.O 
HI. Ciulr An, 11 v 
Ht. Leon. Khla 
Biiaun, Un, B. 
HjinrkK, Alice 
Xtivlllc Klntcra 

I. Clalr.Fnnnle 
Spader, 

Minn Fraucei 
8hepRnl, : 'llayHte 
llihyer; Kdth.O 

Vlinrul'ili MlHtiT* 

'i'uylor, Msy 
'Inylor, l.iiiilic 
'i'aylor, Olua 
I'etou, Nell. 
'i'lierene. Marie 
\»ncw, Clarice 
Vernon, V, 
Wilton, llelle 
Wullace, Rva w 
Wniviu, (trace 
Worth, Irene 
NVyner. Kllse 

vyintei'iin-. 

Mcllle 
Whitney, 

Mm. A. 11. 10c 
WltHon, l.ltileN 
White. Holla 
Wilbur, DollvP 
\Vllou, Belle 
WllllnniH. Ktta 
Worn 1, Mm. F. 
West, min'l 
Wal ton tiracc- Go 



Adalralll, A. 
AiiOna '1'flo 
A b>y, U. N. 
Arlington, Ueo. 
Armstrong;, Bill 
AID. Fhotoa. Co 



Mnrltlhil, 'Juue 
.Marlon, Don. 
Miintrrne, Nell. 
Mortimer, Jeane 
Mkmhnll, ■ " 
.' • ■ Annette 
Mr... Kittle 
Neilnta I'rluceaa 
Norwood, 

Huiniine 
QBNTLBBIEN'S LIST, 



Wilton, Belle 



Whlilwlii'l. Kit 
Wilbur, Bube 
Wills, Alice 
Walteraou, 

' ' ■ fleaah 
Young, Mm. K. 
Viiime. Anna 
Young, 14ms 
Young, Nell. 



Allen, J. H 

AgoHtlno, CI 



J. 
Armstrong W.II 
AiIbuib, Frank 
Aleiatidrr, K. 
All, Sluly 
Aabby, M. Oeo, 
Anthony, Jerotu 
liurtoD, e. J. 
Baileys, M'he 
Bender, s. P. 
Buhler, Win. 
Burton. H. a. 
Boughton. Win. 
Badger. J. II. 
Boyce. 1. Q. 
Benaon k 

■-.- Prsuceelii 
Brooke, W. P. 
Beem, Percy 
Bunnoater, FMil 
Bouldi'ii, How. 
Baldwin, A. U. 
Burke, J. V. 
Bonuaii Andrew 
Brown. Dick 
Buckner, Art. 
liurrlll, Choi. 

Bums, Hiu'- 

Buyer, Win. 
Boyd & Burrows 
Belmont, itoyd 
Brooka. Herb. 
Barrelt & Hell 
VllllngH. liar. 
Baer, LoiiIh 
Brlgga. F. R. 
Braillry, Irunk 
Brndatreel, F.H 
HeCkley. ft, II. 
Brown & 

Wright 
Blera, Percy 
Browning, Wtu. 
Brown, Jack 
llariii'K, J. It. 
Bristol, W. M. 
Bacon, O. It. 
Brown & 

Wright 
Brown, V. It. 
Bnnth & llinlil 
Unglcy, K.lvil. 
Bryant, Kiigi'iio 
Burton, F. C. 
Biirroujlw. C.8, 
Brooks, J. M. 
Blrnes, Joe 
Burton. F. II. 
rernhaiilii. The 
Olayton, Frank 
Crewy, W. M. 
Carlos Dug! 
Casper, llur. 
Coccla, A. 
Cain. A. P. 
Olautler. J. K. 
Coiiiieni, Jas. 
Clesry, 0- V, 
Contoll, Fre<l 
Coatei, Hlierm. 
Corbett, .1. 
Oralne, C. K. 
Corlielt. J. J. 
Cook, Hilly 

CollIlM, ». P. 

Carter, J. 3. 
Cooiier, O. W. 
Craft. P. P. 
Colinn, Oeo. 
Carroll. Ben. 
Cuniiulngs. UK 
Caa«ell. lack 
Carltoa, Jeit 
Camden. P. J. 
Oanlle A Culllnt 
Clark. J. F. 
Cahlwcll, Unve 
parlUip, 'HI- J.' 



Christy "Bros. 
Cowliw ft ' 

Wallace 
Carew & Hayes 
Clnylon, Frank 
Collins, Mmite 
Cnua. J i»n. 
Cumin, Sle 
Cloherly, It. J. 
Coitentiplrc, B.O 
Cnrfeeek, J, • - 
Onih.il, Jno. 
Cat.le. 8. II. 
lhihl. Inn. 
liny, -d. W. 
I.III011 ilros. 
Decker, C. 
liliiiiiaiiil Bras. 
Delnney, K. 
D.nlcs. II. II. 
Piirlilson, CI. 0. 

I'lClil'llH, J. O. 

Dunbar, o. W. 
Uugguu, Thus. 
I'uiiicuii. A. 1). 
Diirldsnn. V. '.i. 
Olivia, W. I. 
Dnvls, Hert 
liuvls, Ultaa. 
Bempwy, V. 
Harney. <1. L. 
IH'ltOBclle, Itex 
lumbar, (1. W. 
DiivIcm, Hert 
I ilck sun. It. K. 
Denton, Herb. 
Piiniighite, J . W. 
DelFuego, — 
DrVne. riiltllo 
Dnrvft, Phil 



Ferrla, W. t. 
Kuy, J. T. 
Frnncc, O. H. 
Frye, -llenry 
Fuller, Win. 
Flint, Roger 
Fulton, J. a 
Ford A Wilson 
Fordhnut, A.- 
(ItKxlfrlend, 08. 
Uuyi- tl«o> •' 
tlreen, Velio 
until! li, Mr. 
(lalgaiiL A. F. 
QresoiiH, The 
llano, O. B. 
CiniHs, Jno. 
lilllnui, A. II. 
Hurdler, At, 
Cray, p. A. 
Oo/ Stock Co. 
UorniHii. Toui 
(treat Two and 
uno halt 
Hrecno, 0. M. 
(Inguoiix, Tlic 
(Inrvln, C'Iiuk. 
(ilratil, Francis 
tllllnvire, lJHruy 
Hamphrey, Old 
Hill, tl. A. 
Handy, A. W. 
Hill, C. A. 
Hullen. fl. J. 
Harris. N. W. 
HlggliiH, V. (]. 
Harris, a K. 
Howard. II. B. 
Howe, .1. I,. 
,1 tan rue, F. (I. 



Desinniiil, Hhort Harold, W. It. 



Davidson, Del. 
Davla, V, V.. 
Dunliiy, Will. 
Diillnls, II. A. 
Drako, How. 
Doraey. O. I* 
Delno ft dar- 
nel Trio 2c. 
Dncy ft Chnce 

Lli'lli.vu 11, Jus, 
liurni'V, Will. 
Ouvall, liar, 
Darlllng, li'riHl 
Davis; O. C. 
PiptM .V Tester 
Desimriilh. Hen 

nitiuiun. ciuiH. 
hlllae, J. W. 
liniiiii, lliigcr 
Dnvla, Alex. 
Outrun, Thus. 
Duly, Win. J. 
iiuiiliai Aer.Act 
Durtue, H.W.P. 

I'.llwill'ilS ft 

Honney 
I'ldrlilge, llont. 
Kllswortli, llur. 
Kill), II, W. 
F-nvmsl, It. I. 
Klinn ft Dale 
Filler. Mort. 
I'.lslcs, Kdwd. 
Klla, China: 
Kdwanls, Sl.mn .. 
Kvemlliir. W.II Impel'. Quart, 
Kli'rldge, Preaa ■lusnqanv L.D. 



lluwuM, Lester 

Hlggllis, Until. 

ilernmii. P. !.. 
Harris Micl.uno 
Hlllyer, Chirk 
llogiie. It. C 
Harris, a K. 
Herbert, II. M. 
Hart, Billy 
Horun, F.ilillu 
Ilttinslrect, J.A. 
llnmnicr, !,«« 
Hern, F. F. 
Hart W.ft l'Mlth 
Ho rim. Mil. 
Hooker ft Dnvla 
Haves, I.ro 
llollniiil, 1,'liiiuu. 
Hill. (I. A. 
Hardet, W. II. 
Heath ft Kxocla 
Hlcktniin. Oeo, 
Hunter, 3. V. 
Hall, .Ins. 
Ilermea, Mscar 
lliiyii'.-a, Cbaa, 
Hiiirmim, Art. 
ilnliiics, Jack 
UaywntiV &' ' 

Hay ward 
llnmllii ft 

Mitchell 
Hopkins, Roc 
heion.l, 11. II. 
Ireland, a. II. 



Fulton, W. T. 
Flaherty, Hugh 
Ford, Max 
Put, \V. II. 

Florence. Kd. 
Flaherty. Hugh 
Field ft HaiMou 
Fox, P. P. 
Fowley ft West 
Funl. Vllnt 
I'renKint. Al. 
I'ontl llonl Rom 
Farley. J; ft B 

t'omhi'V. Jn*» 
Fordharn, Art. 
Foj-d, U. F. 
Flood, Frank 



leluiul, K. ti, 
Irving. II. J. 
Ireland, 3. H. 
loaruma. The S 
Jewell-Arclt. Co 
Jacobs. Walt 
.: neks mi. Jos. 
leiremon, W.D. 
Jnckscn, <3. K. 
I.ttickann, H. J. 
Jacltaona, H 
King. Laula 
Ilopue. Rnl 
Kellogg, lies 
Keiiey, J. J. 
Koerber, II.- 
Kelly's: Uaasey 



Kcwucld, J. K. 
Kulb, J. W 
Kennedy, K. A. 
Kellcy. T. P. 
Klnuehrevv, 0. 
Kelley A Berlbi 
Kllilay, Frank 
Klelmer, The ' 
Ketiue.lv, Frank 
hleln, II. II. 
Kelly, Clins. 
Iteno, Will 
Kelly, Jos. T. 
1 nrysrnle, P. 
1 ni'sa Broi. 
l.aMolncr., The 
Lajs-arla Circus 
Ia-onard, 0. W. 

Lent ft Hyatt 
Iiinh, Chaa. 
l.nh run. Peter 
Iiiicr, Hraut 
Lint. H. B. 
liirMonte, Chaa. 
Lester, Kdwd. 
l.uca, Prince 
Lltner, Loney 
Llewellyn, fl.fl. 
I«lgb, Bert 
Lynch, «t; 
I«nnox, Win. 
Lanle, J. H. 
Laurence, Wm, 
I, oral he, Henri 
Lnngley, Freil 
U-Murt ft White 
LnkeiiH. s, 2c,' 
l«r«, Mr. 
IuViri" Hi Bro. 



Uclroiw, W. F 
4ltirsti.il, U. P, 
Merrill, Charley 
Mortimer, Ckai. 
Kearon, Bod 

NSlKOB ft 

Faruu'ii 
Nelson, P. A. 
Mckemou, E.B 
Newman, J.ftF, 
Korrla * Rowu 
Norrla, W. B. 
Nelson liar. 
Norman; D. R. 
Nogle, J. D. 
Nelson, Mgr, 
Newton, Jns. 
dD'ell, Ches. 
Ourant, U. ' 
Ogden. W, R. 
Oliver, Tlios. 
Piiktan, O.ftA. 

1'uwell, T, P. 

l*nttemon_A._l). 
Ps " 



Lear/, T. C. 
Llvlrlgslons, .1 
Lucky Bill, — 

Ln Nolle. CIlllB. 

Leonard ft 

I, is, until 
Ixms. T. V. 
Lorow. B. J. 
LaHlair, Walt. 
Isl'wIk, Benj. 
Lnkeii Bro*. 
liewli, A. H. 
Liiwtence, Jos. 
Lynch. (It. 
1, mil. 11 11. 11, 
Mitchell, C. J. 
Maddox, A. IV 
M u r jili y ft Nolan 
Murphy ftl'oivell 
Mix. O. L. 
McHtigh. H, A. 
Marco. Jas. 
Morgan, Vrctl 
Mnrahull ft 

"• Krvln 

McQueen. PrnnK 
Mario, Ben 
Mnyo, K. O. 
Miles. Burr 
Mucllonald. A. 
Mack, Hick 
Mellon. J, A. 
Mackintosh YW 
Montgomery J.Jf 
Mauetiester. II, 
Marlliiu Bros. 
Mnrlnw, B«n 
Melville, Marv 
Mauley, CbiK. 
Mlcliefaeti, Tliur 
tlhrphy,' Jas 
Murray ft ' 

Clayton 
Murphy ft 
•••■«■■ Palmer 
Minlo, — 
Mctlulre. J. A. 
Manning, Don 
Mnlvey, D. H. 
Mllllken, Win. 
MWall, 'Mr. 
Miiraiiinn, ' Wm. 
Msrdp, Frcl 
McOormack, K. 
McKlnnun ft ' 

Reed 
Moekle. 0. II. 
McKiimon, Arc 
Muck. Dick 
Martin, Wtudi. 
Maek, Thos. 
Murlha. J. It. 
Mellrose, Frank 
Mlohelsen. Thos 
Melroae, Wm. 
Ml'Hrllle, Hurry 
Mortimer, Cnau. 
Mack, Bob 
Mae, Jack 
Morton, J. Q. 
Mayo. Bur. 
Morris, l«* 
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S11I1.IIIT0, J, W. 
Stewart, Mr. 
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Sun, (ftrt 
Slangy AWlIson 
fwau, Mark 
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rherman, Dan 
fcydnet, 0«o. 
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fctavllh, A. L. 
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Tlppel AKIIirent 
Tally, II. L. 
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Turner, F. J. 
Trtrollo, T. 
Tursr, W. If. 
Tomkls, Wm. 
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Tiitbam, Warren 
Tlcrney. V. H. 
Tyler, Bob 
Turner, Marv. 
Thurston Ir.lIH 
Van, Billy, 
Vole, A. 
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Walah, Fred 
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West, J. It. 
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Waldo (JWT) 
Wllllanu, Henry 
Warren, W. .1. 
Woodward, llur 
Wooilley. W. A. 
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Walters, Fred 
Weaver AlieVer. 
Wstsoiii I#w 
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West, Will 
Walton, Burt 
Walters, Fret! 
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Indlanniiolls. — At the Park Theatre 

(Dickson & -Tullmlt, lunnitgeru) the seaaon 
will open with "The Girl of Hie Streets" Aug. 
1-8. '•What Women Will Do" 4-0. ' > 

1'AiitiiA.NK. — Iniieu' llntiil, week of July 25, 
drew the targeat hnalDense that wan ever at- 
tracted to this popular resort. The concert 
ami nolo imiubei'.i were liberally applauded. 

Notes.— The Druld'a Pike tlld a< fair busl- 
iichu week of 20. The carnlvnl, as an amuse- 
iiiettt euterprlse, seems to be on the wane 

here "Hnmpty Dumpty," under ennyae, 

llnlshed Its seaBon of four successful weeks 
KU, aud business Increased materially the 

loRt week The scuhod at English's Opera 

House will opeu Aug. 20; With A. (1. Pleld's 

MlttHlrelH. II. K Woodwortb, third huri- 

tone player of Innea' Band, and Mthel Os- 
borne, of Mt. Pleasant, Mich., were married 
here 20 

1 

Bvnnsvllle. — Oak Bum'mlt Park Thea- 
tre (W. B. Merrell, manager} was, on July 
2R and 2(1, crowded to the doors, and four 
of the beat concerts ever heard here were 
given by the Kilties Baud. This seaaon the 
band Is accompanied by Ocorge w. driflith. 
the clever Johnstono troup of dancers, and 
J. Coal en Lockbart. Numerous encores were 
responded to, In which American popular 
marches were played. On 27 the usual good 
vaudeville programme wns given, consisting 
of: Knox Wilson, the Olockers. KlUabetu 
Knight, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack llnyninu. 
Von Klein and Gibson were also a good 
number. 

Cook'h Pahk Thkatisb (Henry Lawrence, 
manager). — This bouse Is offering numerous 
Inducements and Is getting good crowds, 
ltecs Prosier Is making a success. The 
D'Arvlllo Sisters revived their popularity of 
last season. Daniel Parish, Veta Hall, and 
Calf and Waldron are all good attractions. 
The La Hose- Klectrlc Fountain continues 
to give two exhibitions nightly. The three 
ways figure eight continues in popularity. 
House of trouble and cave of the winds are 
also getting their share. Baud concerts 
are also given nightly. 

Notts. — The west Heights Park, after 
two seasons, has closed Its doors Indefinitely. 

Koch's drove and Cave Park continue 

to give free vaudeville, and are well at- 
tended Oak Summit Park, under the 

management of W. B, Merrell, has been very 
successful, so much so that next season Mr. 
Merrell will ngnln have charge, and expects 
to play a higher class of vaudeville than 
livaosvllto bns ever had before. 

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Terre Iia>utr.--At take View Park (Henry 

Brelulg, uiauager) business bns becu fine. The 
Kilties Hand, whicb stopped over on Its way 
to the fair, to (III a two days' engagement, 
drew enormous crowds. 

Noras. — II. (luy Woodward has Just ar- 
rived from Kansas City, and will spend n 
short vacation here. Mr. Woodward has been 
playing his own stock company at the Audi- 
torium. Kansas City, for several weeks past. 

CUa». It. Dtimti and Mnrx Myers have 

returned from Chicago, where they iibVc been 
to" contract for Pain's "I.nnt Days of Pom- 
peii," to he given at the fair gniuiHla during 
the old hoys' reunion and comity fair, week 

of Aug. 21» Hnse Kehrenlmi'li, who lias 

been spending her 'vacation In tula city, bet 
home, nas gone to St. Louis to till a vaude- 



ville engagement, but bas been engaged to 

uppcur here Week of Aug. 211.' Ucese V. 

I'rosser and Ueorge Mabarr, wuo are making 
this, their horn* town, ft short visit, will soon 
loin their respective compsnles. The former 
Will go with Al. fl. Field's Minstrels, snd the 

lotter wlttv "York 8tnte Folks." The 

(Irand Is scheduled to open the regular sea- 
son about BSpt. 16. 

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PENNSYLVANIA. 

Philadelphia. — Several openings are 
announced Mr the very near future. Blaney's 
Arch Street Theatre begins the season next 
Monday with- "Across the Pacific," while 
closely following Come Forepaugh'S Aug. Is), 
the National Aug. 13, the Grand Opera House 
Aug. 20, and the. People's Theatre- Aug. 20. 

Keith's Bijou -(K. P. Lyons, resident man- 
ager). — "Mr. Barnes, of New York," Is the 
offering by the stock company this week, 
with "The Private Secretary" In rehearsal to 
follow. "The Rector's Garden" met- with a 
fair degree of success last week. 

Keith's Nrw Thhatub (II. T. Jordan, 
resident manager).— The list of features this 
week Includes: "Our Boys In Blue," Mine. 
Slapoffskl, Carlton Mary and company. 
Ilurke. LaRue and the Inky Boys, Conn and 
Conrad, .Maddox and Wayne, 'Karl and Wil- 
son, Julia Halph, Delberg Sisters, Jos. Bel- 
mont, McKlntlon and Reed, Toledo and Rice, 
and the blogropb, . * 

Lycrum Thbatbb (John 0. Jermon, man- 
$atr). — The Lily Clevy Burlesquers la the 
title given the organization furnishing the 
entertainment thin week. A spectnl feature 
(s lit! Belle Aulanta, In an aerial act. 
(iood'slzedamlienees applauded the efforts of 
the liew Henry Burlestpjers last ; week. • 

Wi&rJow" Grove Paiik (Management Pnlla. 
Rapid ThanBlt Co.).— The Boys' New York 
Symphony Orchestra Is succeeded this weet 
by the Hnlem Cadet Band. 

Woodhide Park (Woodslde Park Amuse- 
ment Co., mnnagers). — Woodford's educated 
animal show and Olannlnl's Royal Marine 
Hand of Italy continue to hold the positions 
of prominence on the list of features at the 
pnrk,' 

CHESTNUT Hill Pabk (H. P. Auchy, noan- 
nger). — The Royal Venetian Band and the 
other features at this park continue un- 
changed. 

Washington Park (Wm. J. Thompson, 
manager). — There Is no change In the at- 
traction at this park, Llberntl's Band con- 
tinuing to occupy the band stand to the sat- 
isfaction of the putrous. •■■ ■■ 

Notes, — The Star Theatre, on' Eighth 
Street, is to be known this season as Dunn's 
Gaiety Theatre,, and Is to be run by F, V. 
Dunn himself. The house Is now being Im- 
proved, and Is to be opened Labor Day,' -with 
high clnss vaudeville.. "Thou Shalt Not Kill" 
Is to be the opening attraction at the Grand 
Opera House Aug. 20.... Mabel Nnrle Emer- 
son, playing at the Lyceum Theatre, and 
.Tatiies J. Jones, orchestra leader At the same 
house, were married last week In Camden. 

, A permit was taken out last' week for 

the erection of the new theatre at Broad aud 
Cherry Streets, for Charles B. Dillingham, 
The building Is to cost over $200,000. 
s 

Plttabnrir. — At the Bijou Theatre (R. M. 

Guiles," manager) the local theatrical season 
was opened Saturday night, July ;in, at this 
house, with W. II. Nankeville's Haverly's 
Minstrels ss the attraction. The theatre has 
been thoroughly renovated, and nothing has 
been omitted that will In any way promote 
the comfort and enjoyment of Its patrons. 
The opening performance was witnessed by 
an Immense audience, who thoroughly appre- 
ciated the meritorious efforts of the well bal- 
anced company, which remains throughout 
the current week. Vance and Sullivan's sen- 
sational melodrama, "The Lighthouse by the 
Sea," comes Aug. 8-13. - - 

Academy (Harry W. Williams, manager). 
— This popular house opens for the season 
Aug. 1. with Harry W Williams Jr.'s Im- 
perial Burlesquers hh the Initial attraction. 
They present two new burletlas, "The Gay 
Widow Bruwn" uml "The Girl from the 
West," In addition to a high class olio. The 
theatre has a very pleasing appearance after 
huvlug undergone a complete course of reno- 
vation. 'The BOn Ton Burlesquers 8-13. 

SrinTiiKBN Park (A. S. McSwIgan, mana- 
ger).— The attendance" last week was up' to 
the average, which Is very good. The bill 
for 1 and week Is Marlon' & Peurl's Minstrels, 
Including* Marion and Pearl, Soraker Bros., 
Edward' Rents, and the BHou Comedy Four, 

Krnnvwood Park (R t. Moorhead, man- 
ager). — The attendance continued good last 
week. Bill for the current week I Marsh, 
high diving bicyclist; Homestead Library 
Band. 

1 Calhoun Park. — Current bill: Hnverly 
Minstrel Band, John P. Clark, Dixie Trouua- 
doiit'tt. 

Southern Tark. — Current bill : Fourteenth 
Regiment, N. G. P. Band, Lone Star Quartet 

oak wood Park. — Current bill : Braddock 
Library Band, Walter Wallace Howards, 
eolurcii hoy preacher. ■ 
' ' a 

Erie. — At Woldumeer Fork (Thos. Mn- 
loney, manager) elegant business was done 
during the past week, with Marlon $ Pearl's 
.Minstrels. Due Aug. 1 'and week: flits 
Campbell, Jns. and col la Welch, Radle Pur- 
ninii. Sully family, Clarence Marks, and 
the I'ejrce Bros. 

Pour Mi.h Crbek Park (n. T. Foster, man. 
ager). — Large attendance during the past 
week. Hill Aug. 1 and week : The Four Brag- 
dons. Caroline Gnrduer. Cpgan and Bancroft, 
Morris and Daly, and Mux Wluslow. 

Pain's "Pompkii," week of July 20, was 
favored with standing room. 
1 

Lancaster. — At the Roof Garden (J. B. 

Peoples, manager) attractions for' week of 
Aug. 1 Include: The Hlluore Sisters, lloch- 
ICIton Co., the Carlos snd their educated 
dogs, Gilbert Snrony, Slater and Walker, 
Moiuiev and Holbein, and others. ' 

Uockv Si'HiNus Paiik Tiiratuh (H. B. 
Griffiths, manager). — Willis' Comedy Co., In 
"Two Old Cronies," 1-fl. 

Noth. — Clarence Barr left July 27 for 
Norwich, Conn., where he joins the Byrne 
Bros,' "Eight Bells" Co., as property man- 
ager. • - • - • 

s ■ 

Harrlaburit-. — Paxtanp Park (Felix M. 
Dnvls. manager) the Pnxtnng Stock Co. (N. 
Appell, nmtinger) continues to bo a big at- 
traction, nnd the fact that the week of Aug. 
1 will be the last has caused many regrets. 
The company will present "Mistaken Identi- 
ty" And "A Man of Mystery" as their two 
last bills. VnudeVllle will be resumed week 
of 8, and continue until the close of the 
season. The Appell enterprise will In nil 
prnbabllltv open the theatrical season at the 
Opera House. Mnuugcr Appell is now complet- 
ing arrangements for this and his Winter 
business, ' 

Altoona. — At Laketuont Pnrk Theatre (S. 
S. Crane, manager) Dan Crlmmlns and Rosa 
Gore, In "A W'nrm Match," drew big attend- 
ance week of 25. They are supported by the 
following company : Chas. lianley, Harry 
McAvoy, Jack Warren, Mile. Valesca, Ida Bell 
nnd Emma Dell. 

Wllllntusport, — At Vallamont Park Pa- 
vilion (Lyman' A. Pray, manager) the best 
business of the season prevailed- for "Drifted 
Apart" July 25-30.' "The Cowboy and the 
Lady." Aug. 1-8, and "A Celebrated 'Case." '4- 
are the current bills by tile stock; W. P. 
Burt, comedian, joins the company this week. 

— * V * 

Fred and Annie Prlot, comedy lueglers, 
who are playing the Steeplechase Pier, At- 
lantic City, N, J , tills week, report that (heir 
act has been meeting with success every- 
where. ...... - • ■ 



CALIFORNIA. 



Los Auareleav-'-At Morosco's BariMgk 
Theatre (Oliver MoroMO, manager) cap- 
tain Barr ngton" attracted satisfactory busi- 
ness week ending July 23. and "Where s 
Thompson," In the hBnds of the Oliver Mo- 
rosco Co., is drawing good houses 24 nnd 

W< Grand Opera House (Clarence Drown, 
mnnager).— The Wrlch Stock Co. succeeds In 
crowding this house. "Michael Strogoff 
having proved a good winner week ending 
2,1 ''Wicked London" opened to packed 
business 24. "On the Stroke of Twelve 13 

° n CASiSo d THEATRE (H. C. Wyatt ft Oliver 
Morosco, manngers).— "The Telephone Gll'l 
drew good business week ending- 23, and Is 
succeeded by "Kra D'nvolo." 

Oui'HEtiM (Clarence Drown, manager).— 
Femtifreo 25 and week: Walter Lcroy and 
Florence Clayton, In "A Horse on Hogsn: 
D'Arvllle Sisters, Cunnlngfanm and Smith, 
In "A Perfect Paradise ;" Green and Werner. 
(illlelmn and Murray, Leigh Bros., Harry 
Seeback, Valerie Bergcre and Co., and Or- 
pheirot motion pictures. Fine business. 
- I'NiQUn Theatre (Ilentz ft Znllee. mana- 
gers).— Features' Aug. 8 and week: The 
Thtee Renos, Richard Walsh and Adele LI- 
eon, Mr. and Mrs. Huun, Joe and Billy 
Wnldron, Tamm. unlque-o-scope. - : 

Bboadwat Theatre (A. J. MorennBtcra, 
mnuoger). — Features ' July 25 and week : 
Irving Trio, Schoenwerck, Smith and Chest- 
er. Kalacratue, Leo add Bulkey, and Rae 
Odette. 1 • ■ 

CiNEooRArit (J. A". Brown, manager). — 
Features recently presented at this bouse 
Include : Claud Kelly, Laura Banks, Minnie 
Pnnchctte, Morris Jones, Alvlno and Rita, 
and "A Wise' Judge." ' 

Notes. — Etbelyn Thompson, who has been 
singing through Japan, with the Shanghai 
Opera Co., is resting at the home of her par- 
ents In this city. Miss Thompson has signed 
with Weber ft Zelgfeld for the coming season. 

.H. Beers Loos bas been succeeded as 

manager at the Clneograph by J. A Brown. 

Billy Arlington, the old time minstrel, 

Is lining an engagement at Redondo 1 Beach, 
a seaside resort near Los Angeles. .. .Wln- 
fleld Hogaboon. assistant manager of the 
Grand Opera House for the past year, re- 
signs, taking effect Aug. 6. to return to news- 
paper work. His place will be filled by Thos. 

G. Baker At the last moment word Is 

received In this city that Ethel Barrymore Is 
indisposed, and will not appear on the stage 
for several weeks, thereby cancelling her en- 
gagement at the Mason Opera Rouse, sched- 
uled for 25 and week. Miss Barrymore will 
rest at Santa Barbara, Cal., where her moth- 
er, Georg'e Drew Barrymore, formerly had a 
Summer residence, and finally died.'. . .Mary 
Von Buren is reported engaged by Manager 
Morosco to join his forces and appear In Los 
Angeles about November. 1004.. ....The, Or- 

pheum and Burbank Theatres have gotten 
out ft vastly Improved bouse programme^ In 
pocket form, with artistic cover, the design. 
on the cover of the- Orpheum programme 
being the work of Nels Uolmblad, who Is 
quite skilled In this line. 

Oakland. — At the Macdonongh Theatre 
(Charles P/ Hall, manager) Ethel Barry- 
more opens In "Cousin Kate," Aug. 2, 3. 
i Liberty Playhouse) (H. W. Bishop, man- 
ager). — Hlsh op's company of players, July 
18 and week, in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde/' 
drew satisfactory audiences. The same 
company In "Mr. Barnes of New York," 25 
and week. ■ 

Bill Tkeatbb (Ed. Homan, manager).— 
Features 18 and week were: Jenkins and 
O'Nell, Helen Trenvllle, Three Kelsey Sis- 
ters, Jane Burgess, Phoebe Gibson, E. Will 
Bensley, moving pictures. Satisfactory 
business prevailed. 

1 Novelty Theatrd (Tony Lubelskl, man- 
ager) .—Features 18 and week were: Cbev- 
I'li'l, the Randolps, Marvelous Klngdon, 
Therese Dorgeval, Derenda and Green, Wal- 
ler C. Kerrlck, the vitascope. Business Is 
steadily Increasing. 

1 Euriing Tjikatkk (Lee V. Stone, mana- 
ger). — Features for week of 18 were: Mr. 
and Mrs. Clark Mounts. Luella Gross, Willis 
and Barron, Ernest Edwards, the Great 
Raymond (his return engagement at this 
house), new moving pictures. Business la 

big. 

1 I00BA Park Theatre (Fred L. Griffiths, 
manager). — The change In the weather bas 
materially Increased the attendance at Idora 
Park, and the many attractions are drawing 
larger crowds than ever before. "The 
Fairies Glen," 18-23, was the best feature 
at the park. It proved 'an agreeable change 
from the continuous performance, the pro- 
gramme occupying nearly two hours. Sev- 
eral new outdoor attractions are contem- 
plated, and the zoo will be enlarged. The 
picnic grounds are in splendid condition 
and attract large attendances In the after- 
noons. Special matinees are given Satur- 
day and Sunday afternoons. 
' Note. — Lander Stevens has been specially 
engaged to assume the title role fo "Dr. 
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," at Liberty Playhouse. 
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MICHIGAN. 



Detroit.— At the Temple Theatre (J. H. 
Moore, manager) attractions for week of 
Aug. 1: The Eight English Girls, Eva Wil- 
liams and Jac Tucker, Edwin Keough and 
Dorothy Ballard, Bean and Hamilton, Hoey 
and Lee, Le Roy and La Vanlon, Ray Cox, 
Dave Claudius, and Edward Corbln. 

1 Avrniie ' Theatre (Drew ft Campbell, 
lessees) . — Harry Glacier, ' assisted by the 
Majestic Stock Co,, presented "The Three 
Musketeers" to packed houses week of July 
25. All the members of 'the company won 
generous applause. Mr. GUuier'B entrance 
wns the signal for an ovation. Mr. Glazier 
lias arranged to prolong bis engagement and 
will be seen la "Captain Swift 1 ' week of 
Aug. 1. 

Tub Whitney Thbatrb opens for ths 
regular season July 31, with "The Wayward 
Son" as the attraction. 

•' Notes. — Draw ft Campbell, present pro- 
prietors of the Avenue Theatre, will con- 
tinue the Majestic Stock Co. there until 
Aug. 21, when the policy will change to 
vaudeville and extravaganza, two pertorm- 

nnces : dally The Detroit PresB Club's 

entertainment at the Light Guard Armory 
on the evening of July 23, proved an artistic 
and financial success. 
a 
Hamilton. — At Nona Park (J. Q. Apple- 
ton, manager) week of July 25, the Harry 
Iilndley Co. put on "The Lime Kiln Club/' 
to excellent business. Josh M. Chapman, 
now resident here, played his old role. Week 
of Aug. 1 Rbe Loralno Co. will open' an 
engngement. 

' Mountain Park (Wm. B. Sherman, man- 
ager). — Uood business week of July 25. the 
Currier Co. appearing In "A Soldier's Wife" 
and "Lost and Won." Week of Aug. 1, "A 
Country Girl ;" week of 8. Geo. Summers' 
Co: will open, the Currier Co. going on the 
road. * « • 

n." a 

Grand Itaplds. — At Uamona Theatre 
(Orln 'Stair, mahnger), wees of July 31, the 
Robson Opera Co. presents "The Mikado." 

1 UotinttiY'tf Pavilion (Chas. Godfroy,' man- 
ager). — Week of 31: tunnies and Denn, 
Barrr and Mason, Ward and Lester, Morris 
Donley. Spauldlng, and Robert Baker. 

' ' " a _ __ 

Kalaraaiiio.- At Casino Park (Baird ft 
DnBen, managers) business continues first 
class, the vaudeville bills offered being ex- 
ceptionally good. 

- h'F.Rit.iRt Brothers' Carnival Co. will put 
on n grand street fair Aug. 8-13. 
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Bar City .—At ' the- Wen on a Beach Park 



Casino (L. W. Richards, mansecr) the it„i. 
sou Opera Co. presented "The Mikado" 1,. 
enthusiastic audiences of splendid nh v ' W „'L 
of July 24. For 31 .and week the blil iiii 
Include: The Cherry Sisters, Cal HtewnY 
Orvlllc and Frank, Millard Brothers, the . 
mont Trio, Dick nnd Hffle Gnlsso, Itntli She, 
and Weston and Raymond. New features are 
being added, and the resort Is becoming more 
popular each week, and much praise is due 
Manager Richards for the courteous 'treat 

ment received by patrons Frank Dam' 

bard, of the team of Swan and Bombard and 
an old Bay City boy, was calling on friends 
and relatives the past week.- 

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NEW YORK STATE. 

nn fin In. — At the Star Theatre (J v 
Stlrllngrmnnager) Manager Walter Boldwln' 
of the. Baldwln-Melvllle Vo,, offers a double 
bill for week of Aug. 1— "Davy Crockett' 
and "Monte Crlsto." "The Lady of Lyons ' 
with William. Farnum as Claude Melnott'e 
proved to be the most popular attraction 
yat given In a remarkably successful Sum- 
mer stock engagement. Week of 8. "What 
Happened'to Jones." . ' 

Shea's Garden Theatre.. — Week of 1 • Co- 
rlnne, Smith snd Cook, Eddie Heron 'snd 
Co., Deitorelll and Gllssando, Sisters Devon 
Wood Brothers, the' Britons, Sydney Deauc' 
Stanley Hawkins, Frank Belcher and iler' 
hert Ayllng. 

Lafayette Theatre (Charles M. Bagi 
manager)'. — Terry McGovera hi this week's 
heaillFnor, in conjunction ' with the Peach 
Blow Girls, headed by Harry Montague, who 
will present the burlesques "The Brunetle" 
and ''Four Jolly Sports." Business is re- 
ported as highly satisfactory. 

Athletic Park (Robert F. Walter, mana- 
ger). — The Giant Circle Swing has proved a 
fiotent attraction, as well as J. W. Zarro's 
Hustons, with James S.Coe, manager. Cusey 
and Le Clair, and Abbott Davidson pleased 
last week In the theatre. This week's list In- 
cludes : Potts and Potts, Alien and Deimaln 
Armstrong, Joe A. Hardman, Chlqulta. 

Academy Thbatrb (P. C. Cornell, mana- 

§Br). — The regular season begins here Aue 
, with Joe Welch, In "The Peddler." 
Notes. — Pauline West has signed with 
Leavltt's "Uncle Josh Spruceby.". . . .Vaude- 
ville has been discontinued at Idlewlld Pnrk 
musical features supplanting In the theatre 
and on the boat. Manager Garfield, of that 
resort, has made a pronounced success. 

Rochester.: — At the Lyceum Theatre 
(ME. Wolff, manager) Dockswdar's Min- 
strels open the regular season at this bouse 
Aug. II). Mr. Wolff has Just returned from 
New York, where he completed arrangements 
for most bookings for the approaching season. 

National Theatre (Max Hnr tig, malin- 
ger). — Large audiences thoroughly enjoved 
"Mistress Nell" as played by the stock week 
of July 25. JesBle Itonstelle; Paul McAllister, 
Edna Archer Crawford did splendidly. Owing 
to the numerous requests of Miss Ronatelle's 
many admirers, her engagement has been 
again lengthened— for the third time this 
season, add the present season of stuck will 
continue right up to the opening of the regu- 
lar season at this bouse, which Is Aug. 22. 
Week of Aug. 1, ''Miss Hobhs." 

Cook Opera House (J. H. Moore, mana- 
ger). — "The Shaugbratm" proved to be a 
most entertnlnlng offering week of Julv S3. 
Bert Lytell, in the leading role: David Hart- 
ford, Harold Mordaunt and Adora Andrews 
are all entitled to praise. Week of Aug. i, 
"The Ironmaster." ■•' 

Ontario Beach Park (Jno. J. Collins, 
manager). — Large crowds are the rule. Con- 
way's Ithaca Band has been re-engaged fur 
(he current week. "Dare Devil" Barber, a 
Rochester boy, begins a week's engagement 
31, In "Looping the Gap." 

Notes. — The Shriners Carnival, at Glen 
Haven, Is doing Immense business, and from 
all present Indications same will continue 

until Its close, Aug. G The Cook 

Opera House ball team will again piny the 
team representing the local lodge of Elks, 
Aug. 11, and a lively time Is anticipated, 
s 

Albany, — Harmnnus Bleecker Hall (H. 
R. Jacobs, manager) will reopen Wednesday, 
Aug. 3. with Dockstflder's 1 Minstrels. On Aug. 
11 a strong vaudeville company, headed by 
Edna Wallace Hopper, will appear, 

Proctoh's Theatkh ■ (Howard Graham, 
resident manager). — After a Summer closing, 
during which time the house has been com- 
pletely transformed In Its interior arrange- 
ment and decoration. It wlll"reopen Aug. 1, 
with the regular stock company, In "A Bache- 
lor's Honeymoon." 

Electric Pabk was unusually popular last 
week 1 because of the fine attractions at the 
rustic theatre. Bill for week of Aug. 1 : Mr. 
nnd Mrs. Mark Murphy, In "Why Dugtin 
Swore Off ;" Chinese Johnny Williams, Mar- 
ron Garson, and Collins and Vack. ' 
s 

Elmlrn — At RorlcVs Glen Park Thea- 
tre '(Herbert Salinger, manager) "Said 
I'uslm" was sung last week to the largest 
audiences of the season. On account of the 
marked success of this production no change 
of bill will be made this week- - 

Rialto Theatre (F. W. McConnell, man- 
ager). — Bill for week of Aug. 1 : Clinton nnd 
Wilson. -Fred Caldwell, Florence Hughes, 
Elsie Delroy, Marie Conyer, Madge Daylelle. 
Business last week was exceptionally nig. 

Elduidgb Park (Enoch Little, manager). 
—Bill announced for Aug. 1: Abbot David- 
son, Princess Chlnqiillla, Jones and Sutton, 
and William J. Kurtls. Large crowds are In 
nltendance dally. 

• 4 1 » 

COLORADO. 



Denver. — At the Broawny Theatre anil 
Garden (Peter McConrt, manager) week of 
July "31, "My Friend from India." Week of 
24, Bobt. Drouet and Katberlne Gray, suit- 
ported by the Broadway Stock Co., presented 
'The Man from Mexico," to good houses. 

Elitch Gardens (Mary ditch-Long, man- 
ager).— Week of 81, Maude Fealy, In "The 
Prince nnd the Pauper." Week of 24, Ed- 
win Arden, supported by the Bellows Stock 
Co., In "Soldiers of Fortune," gave a great 
show and packed the theatre. The gardens 
are doing the best business of any season. 
All the outdoor attractions are well patron- 
ised. 

Manhattan Beach (W. B. Lawrence, man- 
ager).— Week of 24: Miles McCarthy and 
company, Alda Woolcott, the Oireat Deonzo, 
Olson Bros.: Anderson and Wallace, Fred Zo- 
Iodic. Business Is good. - '' 

Novelty (Henry Lubeskl, manager).— 
Week of 24 : John Morrison. the^Bennett 
Sisters, Bnrlngton, Billy Price, Sara Lu- 
beskl, Business Is good. - '-< 1 

New Crystal (Geo. Ira Adams, manager). 
—Week of 31 : Camna and Toledo; Burton 
nnd Do Elmore, Alherns. Powers and Theo- 
bald, .Tack Irvln, Chas, P. Evans. Business 
Is good. 

' ' 4 1 » 

REDUCED RATES TO BOSTON. 



Via Pennsylvania Rallroadi Account 
<«. A. R. National Encampment. 

On account of the National Encampment, 
G. A. It., at Boston, Mass., Aug\ 15 to 20, 
1904, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company 
will sell excursion tickets to Boston, Mass., 
from all stations on Its lines from Aug. 13 
to 15, Inclusive, at greatly reduced rates. 
These tickets Will be good for return pas- 
sage, to leave Boston not earlier than Ang- 
lo, nor later than Aug, 20, Inclusive, when 
executed by Joint Agent at Boston. 

Upon deposit of ticket with Joint Agent 
on or before Aug, 20, and payment of Qity 
cents, an extension of return limit may be 
secured to leave Boston to Sept 30, inclu- 
sive. 



August 6. 



THE 1STETW YORK CLIPPER. 



549 



Moving Picture Machine*. 



Seres, Unt^S*™* l^JfiJ*5B*«5!!& 

Jul and boegnfc Bpf" ■ 
Shows giy 
Cine. * W 



Special fllmB and Hides Made, 

ert mechanics. Gcrm»n-Am. 

Co., ltt E.9athBt-,K.V. Teb.SM J. T». 



"««»ttfEi 



„«iVKRSAL BDIIOIf EXHIBITION 

UMhanlsm wsntod, In «no order, late date. 

^»!ITK» ft' Once, » number of good Second 
n.«d Fllms-Comio, etc., Ionic ones If possible; 
,«. aiison Exhibition or Universal Klnetoscopo. 
»1M Ban"" MROUANIC. caro of CLIPPEIl. 



"STJilC COMPOSED AMD ARRANGED 

tnV any Instrument or number of Instruments 
K,„ wo rdsand music, sketched, etc. Bend stamp 
rUAS I. 1.KWI9, 429 Richmond St., Cincinnati, 0. 



CUAS. 

HOW TO START IN SHOW BUSINESS. 

._._.. . Mt m i i.i h»nt. in «i= ^i| kinds acts. 
, Phils,., Pa. 



/rnnvrlabtl 3 different hooks 10 cts. / 

V ooUDIUCH, LAWYER, Ml West Madison 
at ilhlcako: established 1804. Business legal and 
qtUBt n wnche^andjacllitlw Inother BUtes. 

gTRKBT MEN AND ORAFTERS.-We are 
mannfsctnrers of the Chemical , Microscope or 
uamilfvlng Glass: also Wine Glasses and llahy 
Hollies. Bend stamp for price list. CHICAGO VIAL 
AMD M'K'tf. CO; 1633 W. Lake St., Chicago, 111. 

A TLinBRTY,FREDERlCKS.NEILL,ArtHUc 
Picture Machine Operator and Electrician. Large 
.mount of un-to-dare film. Alao Al Mandolin 
Player and Xylophone Soloist. Heat or refer- 
ences Rep. and other responsible managers, 
write. Address 100 So. Un ion St., Burlington, VI. 

~A*T LIBERTY, *PHOP. A.J. SMITH, 
Ai Vnmper on Organ or Piano; nlso play Violin, 
Cornet, Flute, Piccolo. Mandolin, Xylophone, 
Unities, Slclghbells, Trick and Chinese Fiddle. 
Will travel with Med. show for tio and expenses 
weekly. Require ticket. Address 

1M MAUISOS ST., BUFFALO, N. Y . 

A FINE COLLECTION OP RBLMI, 

over 400 articles, all In Bard Wood Frames. 
JOS. WEIL, «87 Third Ave., N. Y. 



FILMS FOR RENT 

M,000 FEET OF THE LATEST 

Spectacular, War, Historical, Scenic, 

Myttarioui and Comedy Future 
r ., T „„ SubJacU to Select From. 

LATEST ILLUSTRATED SONG BETS RENTED. 
Write for Hsu Terms right. 

C. I VAN DUZEE, 



Via Hennepin Ave., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



WANTED, Sketch Team, Lady and Gentleman, 
single and double specialties, change for 3 nights; 
Singing and Dancing Comedian. Anything still- 
nliln for refined audiences. Preference tolliose 
thai can double <n orchestra. Never close. 

Htl N K A" LEIOHI0N, Oen. Del., Nashua, N. II. 



wa XT bd— For Clark A Hunt's Comedy Com- 
pany, at once, Sketch Team, mtn and wife, and a 
riano Player. Tickets f no. Care of 

CLARK 4 HUNT'S B'G CO., 
■_ No. 310 North Ave .Medina, N. V. 



ATTENTION! 

Prises and Gifts lor All Games. 

JEWRLRY and NOVELTIES for Souvenir 
Stands, Parks, l>nlrs, Cnrnlvnla, and Thea- 
tre -SIS*™? 81 ESTADI.IsilMENT IN 
NEW YOIllv. Send for Calnloguc end Price 
Ll ^-„„ „ ALFRED GUGGENHEIM, 
r>20 Broniltaray.jcor. Spring St., N. Y. City. 

BATTLEPARK 

CASINO STOCK, 

BATOK BOUGE 14., 

WANTS lUJICK, HANDSOME, rKTITRS. ft I). 
SOUBRBTTK. Send pliolo anil full description 
Statcsalary for balance of season, Pay tour own 
1'etiplc In all lines, write. Address T. M. BROWN, 
Mana ger, L. Boa raa, Bauin Ratine, La. 

DON'T TAKE CHANCES. 

M Yon AVant Raaulta Use a CROSS 

LETTER HEAD 

SEND FOR FREE SAMPLES. . 

GROSS "WKXJW* CHIMED 

15c. for Stage Money. Dook of run, aoc 



THEATRICAL HOTELS 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

HKTHOPOLITAM HOTEL Broadway and 
2Tlti St., New York. European Plan. Rooms ».'■ a 
wcck.jip. Writ. BTMoU, Prop..M. K. MoNitlly.Mgr. 

ST. ClIAKLKS llllTKL, 1.1 So. Clark St., 
Chicago; Robt. J. Gould. Prop. Theatrical need- 
qnarters.Rooms teto $7 per wcck.Slcam lioat.liaths 



NATIONAL 



HOTEL, CHICAOO. 

Van Bnrcnanil wahashAv 
D. A. DOOLEY, Pron._ 

WM. TKl.l, IIOIIRE, llowanl and Somerset 

sis., lloston, Mass. Central location. Excellent 
meals. EMILY T. KANNWART^Prop^ 

RKVJEIIE HOU8B, 

OLARK and MICHIGAN STREETS, CHICAGO. 
American, $2 and up; Kuropesn, Ticts. and up. 

Special Rates lo Theatrical Profession. 
.- . B. A. CROWK, Proprietor. 



WANTED, for Empire Comedy Co., Al Skelcli 
Team, Man and Woman, capable of changing for 
week. Singles and doubles, Man to do Comedy 
In Acts, ono to donblo Piano. Make salary low 
and tell all. This Is not a Medicine Co. 

11ARRYC. MERKLEY, St. Johnsvllle, N. Y. 



WANTED, tor Stevens and Mossman Comedy 
Co., umior. canvas, good Juvenile Woman wlfh 
specialties, also Street Comets, Leador, with muse 
lo dohhlc small pang.- Sketch Team that can fill 
ilieahove write; salary low, sure. Wllllauisv)llc,Hl. 



Robinson's 
House 




FOR RENT. 

Cincinnati. O. 



For particulars apply to 



JNO. D. DAVIS, Agent, 

4 14 Plum Stroot. 

WANTED (luic«.00O|) SKETCH TEAM. 
Man and wife; two single performers, Comedian 
and Silent Man, Change for week; live on lot; 
salary every Sunday; $16 doable. SRnlngle; long, 
steady engagement to right people; no hams i r 
managers ami imishera tolerated; will advance 
llckita. Address 

TflE FOREST HERB WED: C0.,Percy, Marlon Co., 
la. P.S— Thnac Hint-wrote befo re wrllc again. 

FOR SALE— 40ft. R. T.,21X30ft MlddioTpolcs, 
side Walls, io-tler Beam, Stage, lnxai; Curtains, 
wings, Lights, Kitchen Out tit; good order; n«w 
in imc. Can give good paying route South. Will 
sell cheap, if at onoe. Wire or write. M. Melville, 
Aug, 13, Perry, Mo.; 4-0, Now London, Mo. 



WANTED dtUnce, a number of good Second 
Land Films— Comlo, olc, long ones If possible; 
also Edison Exhibition or Universal Klnctoseopo. 
J. HALL, 204 McAlplu St., I'hlla., Pa. 



FOR SALE— 62 Oil Paintings by Iho famous 
Miinkacsky, illustrating the Book of Rcvolatlons, 
caoh painting 10x15ft. on a continuous roll. Big 
money for Parks, Uamlvals, otc. 

' II. F. RAZA, 1416 Douglas, Omaha. 



ROGERS' STOCK CO., Brass Hand and 
orchestra. Ore of Ilia best equipped Rep on the 
tjad. Wanted-A Man for Leads and Heavies, 
JOBMa for diameters, Oood Actor for (ioneral 
Business; also Baritone to Double O., Dramatic 
wader to Double In Band. Long reason. Manage- 
Jjf Pays all. Give age, height, weight. Open 
•tun. M. No tlnio for long eorrcsponilnneo. Tell all 
lyjUjMie. Wm. Brooks, Mgr.,Bnx6C8,linffalo,N.Y. 



_ FOR SALE BIO BARGAIN. 

Moving Picture Machine. 

i nc (Jptlgrapli, complete, with Rlicoslat. Also 
"bout ao dlrjrerdnt Films, Including SOOfcot Blue- 
ward, all In vorr good condition. Enough to 
8tyc an evening's entertainment. Fifty dollars 
t«kes entire outfit. Address 
VBNETIAN PARI )E N, Btciihcnville, Ohio. 

Wantflfl lihclplanc >'lrst Class Sober and Re- 

,, ,"• ™ U5 ™" S — Unble Trap Drummer, 
"Mldnetand Tromliono. BEN UOKNKII, 
isreo! Gollumr Bros., Council BluOS. la., Aug. 4; 
Manning :6, oicwcln 6, Plattvllle, Wis., 8; Lan- 
^jwiere , Wa'crtowu lo . 

MUTOSCOPE BARGAIN. 

w Second Hand Wooden Oahlnet Machines with 
"on pedealal, in good working order. #600 cash. 
Address MUTO, care of CLIPPER. 

llLABIOItfBTTIST, 

a. and O., AT lilBERTY SEPT. |0, 

"111 travel; prefer theatre;. references Reliable 
PMIteaonly. "CLARIONET," 42a N Wahaatnh. 
. j Oolorado Bpringe, Colo . 

UDT HOoICTaN AT LIBBB'iY, 

Slide Trniuuoue and Piano; Sight Render; expo 
-cdys. and o: /Addraee 

CLAlX 

Thorom 

onreeel 



1; B. ani 
JftOMBONIST.Gen. Bel., Lexington, 

mi 



mm AT LIBERTY. 

ffhly experienced; locate or travel. Join 
elptotwlre. JOSEPH P. DAY. 

724 14lli,Aveniu\pat<<rson. |J. J._ 



,. WANTEO, TWO SIN61N6 COMEDIANS 

wt'h Banjos or Onifara. 'Tho*ewho put on-'acts 
t'r«erred. Work on platform ; best salaries. Ad- 
WtSBW. U. Ua2leUorDwltBiWllcox,J3eil»lla 1 Mv. 



For Opening New Tliea«r« Sept. I, 

First Leading Woman, Character 
Woman and Heavy Man. 

Professionals In South, wrlio ipilcklv. Address 
JAMES 1). BIJRBKIIMIK, 

ManagBr>'cw Duval l licatre, Jacksonville, Fla. 

\rV> AN T aS OTT 

Silent Performer 

That. Does Several .Specialties and Works in Acts. 

BLACK FACE COMEDIAN 

That can chan'go often. Stale salary, all you do 
and when you can Julu. Other useful people write. 
Address C. C. ALLEN 

Nature' s Remed y Co.. Phl'udelphla, Pa. 

A* 1-ibeair-tV, 

WM. ». SMITH, 

For Either Manager, 'gent. Old Men, 

Characters, Gen'l Bus. or Stage Mgr. 

Prefer one piece as Manager or Agent, or will In- 
vest. Add. permanently, IIARWOOD, Mo. 
FOR SALE. ILL. BONO OUTFIT. 



KAISERHOF 

SPECIAL RATES. NEW QEKMAN RESTAURANT, 



Fireproof. 

M.CLAHK S- 
Jackaon, CHICAUO, 



»70t 



Europoan. 
CLARK ST.. near 



Perfect cnlslne. service, appolt 
plan. J. M. IIANRAIIAN, Pro| 



HTHOSS llOTKLi, ^1 anil »eW. 141b ST., 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. AUERICAN PLAN. 
_ $7.1)0 SINGLE, 16.00 DOnHLE PER WEEK. _ 

CIIKSTKKFIK1.D.- Elegant liotel; modern. 

ointments. European 

Prop., Pclersburg.va^ 

TRAPALaAR.llSllTEast HtllSt.. New York, 
opp. Dewey. Roouia We., T«c, $l, ti.m day; »2.M 
to $s week. W. D. IIANNHiAN, Propr^ 

Wabaeli * Madison, CI1IOAOO. 
(). 0. Vaughan, J'rop. Strictly 
American Plan, $S-$1S single; 
17-Slii double. 



Bet Howte With Tlie Great 
WALLACE SHOWS. 



I.ntr of the Famous 
TuruUlers, Acrobats anil 



SISTERS, 



Nelson Family. 

Contortionists. 



™-$TELlMi k HNUw 



Double arid Mingle Clowns. 
Our New Si 



I .in* out 
porlally N.i-it Seusou. 



for 



C. Z. BRONSON 



And Ills Band. 



HOTEL OXFORD, Canal .V Adams SIS., West 
Side, CHICAGO. American A European. SncV.lal 
rates to Pro fcssloiials. FRANK HUNT, Proprlclor, 

WPi Hew Hotel Wl?&iSi& 

Rooms snc. lo 76c. per day; $2.50 and fi.oo a week. 
Ladles' Restaurant on second floor. No. t K. 4llt 
St., Wilmington, Del. O, It. HOLT, Prop. 



PALACE HOTEL, 101 N.Clark St., Chicago, 
«k; with private bath, $7. 
H. B. HUMPHREY, Prop. 



European, JS per week 
Turkish Bath, too, 



ST. JAMES HOTEL. TOLEDO, O. Ameri- 
can Plan. Theatrical Headquarters. $1.M single, 
}1 double: lo and 17 per week. 



VICTOR hoc* v., 274 K. Indiana SL, Chicago. 
Room and Board, *» week. Italian and French 
Culsloe. Cenlrally located. V. Ca8tellail,_Prop. 

HOTEL VELEY 

■CROPBAN FEiAN. 

KT Special weekly rotes to the profession. 
1M ci ark St.. Chicago. Moat central location In City 



DELM-GARlli TRIO, 

World's Champion Aerlnl Hur Gyuiunsts. 

TJONNIE, 

Queon of the Aerial Kings. 

Corclli, Rooney & Roycr, 

Comedy Acrolmllc Feature. .. 

THREE NAVAROS 



HOME OF THE ATTBAUTIONM WITH 

RINGLING 
BROS.' 

world's f^l JOaT**l JJBK 

greatkst %aeyMe^K %»#%ef'#JaW 

These Attraettnna may be add t iee U e»N 

III noli NO ltllOS., llaraboo. Wis., Of U »et 
route of allow. 

VICTOR BEDINI FAMILY 



Sensational Emir stria us. The on 
America Introduclaf a dog and 
Jumping on 1 horse. 



ly act In 

I people 



il 



IT'S THE TRUTH" 



WANTED «U UK, 

A I REPERTOIRE ACTOR, 

To play any thing cast for nnd direct stage; pre- 
fer one playing brass. Salary uo object, but you 
must be worth It. Also want Strong 

BARITONE PLAYER, 

To doulde stage. We never close. Week stands. 
We nay expenses. No luin/.c. 'State lowest first 
Ictlcr. HE LACOUK .fc FIELDS, Mlddlclnwn, liid., 
1-6; nimnonS-13. Swayzoe IMP, Warren 2J-27. 

AT LIBERTY, 
PIAMISTE, LEADER.] 



E.vperlnnued; reliable; 
Responsible Hers, only. 



Locale or travel. 
silt edge ref. Res| 

Addros LoltAINK DAM.DNDK. > 
20»8PryliiiilaSlreet, New Orleans. > 



Onr 

$14 STKHEOl'TICON Is an lioncsl made, up 
to date, I'riireHSloiial r>ae.hlhe, with all the latest 
Improvements. Our SKCOSD HAND FILMS 
and HONO SLIDES arc the cheapen. Send 
stamps for list. Also highest prices paid. 

PE4RCE & SCHfiCK, 

Sit N. Cialverl St„ IlnHo., Mil. 



Tin. 



STREET MIRS.CARNIVALMELEBnATtOUS, 
CONVENTIONS. CENTENNIALS, Etc. 

HEAD THE . . 

NEW YORK INFORMANT. 

For Salo by Ncwsilcalcrs or at Ofllcc. 

10S .IOIIN ST., R. V. Oily, 



For 



Cl., 



WANTED. 

Harrison's A Turkish Diplomat 

CORIIC OPERA PEOPLE. 

Principal Cuinrriluii and Stage Director, flood 
Prima Hiiinia Soprano, Lady for Ton'iir Roles; alsii 
One I'laliii riiiK-r. Oilier ptlmlpals and chorus, 
and Komi sister Team for specla tics and small 
paria. stale lowest lenns and all 111 llral lellcr, 
and send plintiis, nlileb will be relinneil. Money 
sure; regular season. Aiblress 4. l-\ HAHKISoN. 
Hgr., Nslnne Theatre, Joneslioro. Ark- 



WANTED QUICK, 

First Part Ladies 
And Good Acts. 

Writ*. KIIANK SCIIAKI'KR, 

ScliHefei'sOitrdenjrjicatjo^^.JJoliimlma^lib). 

^AT LIBEBTY, 

ELSIE MINET, 

1 1 envies and Clmriudcr Bkeli-lu's; expoii- 
eiii'i'il iitnl lluironglily rtdluhlo: gond wnrd- 
robe. "t'S Month 17t.li St., llnin ha. X cb, 

GOOD CHARACTER WOMAN, 

VEHY UEVER LITTLE tllBL. 

A'd r d i ^"s dSpcc,,tl,,08 6u&V K 'irXMA f N alure ' 

. Oarc ofOycJfi Pal k Tl ieal.ro , Dallas, Tc.\as._ 

lXMn% COBPilES. 

THREE LARGE BAILS FOB REHEARSALS. 

. EOU1PPBU, WITH STAGE AND SUKNKRY. 
ItllE /Ulini'V AdJolnlngJProctor's Palace, 
PALM WAKUlin, KaslJRtli Street. 
Day and Eve ning^ Inquire en i Preplaea. 

EMMA BALLARD, 

CHARACTERS, 

Invites offers for Stock, ReperioDe or ono piece 
fornexts^jtjm flgfi^ , lrl „ Bcp „ rt , Oonn . 

WANTED QUIOK, 

KKHEARSAL AU(J. S, :, 



WANTED TO BUY, 

PARADK DRESS Oil UNIKHUM l-'OR HAND; must 
be In A No, 1 condition; olio set of drums, 3SU 
folding clialra, ono lent , from a 6'i lo an at*, ronud 
ton with middle piece, No rag goes, so slato Jus) 
what you have Address 

HARRV KBLL A,iOanton,01rlB. : 

WANTED 

STRONG OUTSIDE ATTBA0TI0I8 FOR 
SEA BBEEZE PABK. 

llliiiloo, Arabian, Jnpaneso Troupes or Aerial 
I'crforniora. Write i|iilck, slato lowest salary. 
II.IMItHMiAN.fi N. Water Bt, Rochester, N. V. 
Adv. Agl. Rochester & Siiburlian R'way. 



WARDI 

FOR THE STAGS. 

SHORTLY D8KI). Alao STRUCT flOWKS. Wo 
havo on band a large assnrlinent of slightly worn 
Evening flowiis, Dinner. Reception and Tea Gnirhs. 
These robes are perfect in even reaper!, and aro 
esiieclally suitable for wear In lllfilt OLAMS DRA- 
MATIC PRODUCTIONS. We havoa full lino of 
Seal Skill Coats and Kara of all kinds. 
' MB8. II, BT ARK, 367 South Slato Si., CIIIOAOO. 

OUR TPMNQ CATAL06UE 

lashed April 1, will contain a complete lino of 
goods lined br Hlrent Mm, Carnival Mi'ii 
and Canvannni. Please send In your per- 
manent address. L'atnlogno Till bo sent to you 
froeeiciiarco... - 

LEVIN BROS., 

Established lssn. 
* 3 0-31 N. Ststli HU -eel, Terre Hanle , Ind . _ 

A CHANCE WANTED, 

BY AN AMATEUR, WITH A 

LARGE EXPERIENCE. 

ONE PIKI'K PIltiPKKKED; DRAMATIC. I 
DON'T KNOW IT ALL. 

UKsroNSI lll.i; MANAflKIl ONLY, Address 

p. O. IIOX 834, Auburn, Mc. 

The Misses Mac Proud, ft 

DIRECT FROM PARIS. 

Ilellnml Hualcal Arllsta •■ Violoncello, 

8IM« Troinltone anil Piano. 
Open fur season cngagcinoni In First Class llolel; 
alao oblalnablo for Ooni erls nml Miislealos. 
Address THE DISHES MAO PIIOI1D, 

1311 North 1 6UiBlre ol, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Costumes For Sale!! 

Have big asHiirtmcnt, from acvcral prnductlons, 
l)i for musical coined/ or burlesque shows. 

XV r ill (Sell Cheap. 

II. OPJPBNUKlMK.lt, 127 West 4;2d_ Street., N. Y._ 

Arch Theatre. 

No. 393 ONTARIO 8T,, Cleveland, Ohio. 

WASTED AT ALL TIMES, 
Sketch Tunis, Single Women and Sister Ads 

.1. i'.. MIL1.HII, l'»-o|ii'li l"i. 



CAMILLE FORTUNS TRIO 

Champion llorlsontat liar L'omlques. Third 
season with Itlii glliig Bros. 

DA COMFF AMILY 

An Absolutely Original A erial U aplsy. 
TUB FAMtitm • 

7 JACKSON FAMILY 7 

America's Greatest Trotips of 'Cyclists. 

THE FLYInTFISHERS 

Henestloual Lon g Distance Mid Air Leap*. 

THE ELDREDS 

Only Threo Artists In tbo World Accompllah- 
lug Triple Hlmiiltnncous la;nn front the 
ground on to the buck of a galloping horse. 

TI1H FLKXIULB KtlVIMPHIHTfl. 

CEIMARO THEOL 

llm.hi'il solid In tlin lilggcsl nnd best lliea- 
ttvs In tiio world for tlima years. 

THE AERIAL SMITHS 

Artistic Posing on the Double Trspeae. 



DOLLAR TROUPE 



Acrobats. 



Feature with Itlngllng 
Clrcua— Hccond Year. 



Uros.' 



AURA, 
IOTA, 



Tell all flrst letter; must ha«p wardrobe 
pay all after Joining. Cliff I. Venlc,..write, 
1). IlKN^Y^SlJllinton^ 



Seneca Falls, N. V. 



KITTY 



iAmEsTHE BRADYS 

Origlnalorshf Singing aud Bag punching at same 
tim e, with Mu«ln. Oh lea go opera IIoiibo, A ug. «._ 
~~- AT LIBKtATY, 

HOPK LOBIMKK, 

LEXUS, 1N0ENUE8,SPE0IALTIBS. WARDROBE, 

Wanted, Strong Cbaracler Man; Musi Be 

First class and Stage plays To titiTWjirrj of all 
dene.rlptlona. Wire orwriie. M. MftLWLLB, Aug. 
1-3, Perry, Mo.; 16, New Louden, Mo. 



GRAND AUDITORIUM HALL 

Sinlilillold, W. Vs., Mar- 1». Nhiinmn. Owner 
mill Miiliugi'i-. r.ill) folding elialix, alngu 
ninliibed with Hue seeuery, dressing iihiiiis. 
I'te. .Smith Held 1ms lio|>nliillnn of 3,(1011. on 
lino nf II. A; 0. U.K. Kbort Jump from Wheel- 
liiK.claik^liiirKiinilSlKtervlih'. Will lie»lciisi-il 
lo iii'colhito I'm- llrsi elnsa iillrni-lloim only. 
Adilresa MAt! 1». SIIIJ.MAN. .MiinnRor^, 

REX^LESLlVlHiltTbON 

.IIVKtll.KN AND CIIAKACTKKN. 

Due I'leee or Uci>erlolrc. lleKponslble niiiiiii- 
g era addre ss 'J^IO Main Htri'd. .loplln. Mo. 

SLOT MACHINES. 

Our Elceliie HtoweM are wonderful money 
getlers everywhere. ?J.">.(I0. Cireiilnr. 

(lASb'l';il MFC. tJ(J„_Welm(er, Muss. 

WSWTKDePABTNilll 

For Vuudcvillc; a IJnnd I>ooKlng Young Man'srho 
Sings Well and I'laya Piano. (Ireal opporlimlty 
rorrlghtpar.,, A^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ 

LAOY MUSICIANS ¥(AHf ED — 4 Slldofm- 

Palais llu' Osstum. Expo. Orniiuds, Bt. la>uls, Mo. 



QLINSERETTI 

Originators of Hvery llilng Now In Aerobatics. 

THE COLINICLAIRONS 



Whirlwind Dancers. 



SHOW rUlATTlNO. 

Hlork Hangers, Posters nml Cnls on hand 
for advertising every lino of the Amusement 
IIiihIiii'hh. Bend for ('iilnlogiio (III of Dra- 
matic ami Know Trliillng or all kinds; Cain- 
higue (i'l b'alr nnd fainlvnl l'rlnlltig; Cats- 
ioKiin (III Itlll 1'iiMi'iH, Comerelal I'nsters. 
KIIIST CLASS PIIINTINd OV ALL KINDS. 

6BEAT WESTERN PRINTJHB CO., 

r. i :t I'M in siri'.-i. HI. Louis, Mo. 



HUM 

ALL NEW. FEATURES THIS SEASON. 



A Piccolo and Trombone, 

LOW PITCH, for Concert Pa ml alsiul lo malm a 
lour or Kuropo. Applicants state uge, nalliiiiallly, 
oxpcrlonce and salary oxpccied, clear of all ox- 
jjiiBSWi. Adilross "PIUUOLO.". care of CI.II'PKll. 

IDont Stand; Sit Down. 

1,200 Koldlng chairs, Int. 3d Inch lonu; all wood 
Kidding Settees; one iiriXM aft. wall Hlsok 
oahle Tent; one Mireu seated Canopy Top linen 
board: iwo Hack Seals, revcraable; 2 811 Sleel 
Triangles, larguaml Imiil. TIIK KINKKT. HWKKT- 
KST TONKII rtli.lHNC OIlO AN, ONLY SID. 

It, II. AimilllCKl'KK.SiivliiKlli'liI, 111. 

PHOTOGRAPHS 

Cahlncl Plioios of yourself fur sclllng,*atl per I ,nou. 

Now Kiloiiii CAItllONA llmsli. Sauinles for illlilO. 

BI1HIIANI) OR WIKK PIIOT'08, »*J.0U 



Now Kiloiiii CAHIIONA llmsli. Samples 

FJIUR 



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Wanted, Extturienced Medicine People; Am 

Showing Under Canvas; must bea hu.tler. Stole 
all In ttrst. No tickets to strangers. PROP. P. L. 
HKKUANN, P. 0- Vox JIO. Halif ax, ». ». 



4-JENNIER FAMILY-4 

RlileiH. BtlHlllbrlsla. Aerlallsls and Anrobals. Kn 
rotilo lIAllRIS' NICKKL PIiATK nlluW 
15011 1 Si., N. W'„ WsBlilns'on, D. 0; _ 

a^iaBBCWTrV, 



Pcrafd. 



A I VIOLINIST, HOUSE LEADER. 

p. it. DAVm. WW Histe BI.. Brlil ayt pari, conn._ 

«-wVAN FLEET -jr> 

. 17. "WEST S»ll» STHBBT, 'NEW VOIIK. 




T«r l.flOOj KOKTUN KS, 60e.: Sump. 100. 

-■■■-■-- y aT Kutiire Photographs 

and Lovers' Post Office. 

Ilhiril St., rnila., Pa. 



Tenia of every do 
Wi 



CIHCtlM CANVAS and 
siolpllon. Second Hand Tenia In Stock 
for estimate. 

DETROIT; BA.O& MFG. CO., 

Succcaaors ioThB T7 w. NolliTB Co., 

120-iaOKonrthSI.. llelroll.Mleh 



rite 



PRON LIKK, 

Artists' Studies, 
Realities, Klc. 
IOO small and two large ones. 1 1 nolo or slumps. 
S. RKOKNAOKL, Nnohf. Munich I, (iermatiy. 



RARE PICTURES 



THOMPSON'S GYMNASIUM, 

11T W.3M ST., NKW YORK (old Rosier A Rial's), 
HALLinT THOMPSON, Manager (late Wood's 
Ci;m.) Hpcclsl rates to performers, II a week. 



Cannon Ascensions, Kxplodlng Bomb, and 
• DHOPS FROM 



nur 
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tirlglml Act, PAIUOHVTK 
PAltACIIItTH. 

II HI ( (KSHFI'L HKASONS II 
Bond for lllusl rabid booklet and open nine. 

TIIK. UONB1TKS, I'amurnpsb'. VermonL 

AT traiRTY, 

IIKI.UN STUART- Anyllilng laxl; Tutu or 
Ten Nights; Al Rep. Pianist, alghi reader. • 

KRANItlK-Suiill, Ulti'k DaiK'liig Tnpsjr'l 
parts, uiieciiili lea. Kxi'iirleiueil. Jnint oniv. 
Adduisa IIRLKN STIIAIIT, (lee'lllel.. 
UOUI1I80N, WlillfsliliijStmnlv.lll. 



Ilarlloun and II rial Oornnl, Hot 01 illan, Dig 

Show and Coni'i'i'l. Use I tloml All 'Hound Single 
Porrorninr, Kooiiie Darners, Mr season of UO 
weeks i r more. Write, iv Ire or I'niiio ou. 

II. II. I.AN'O, Mgr. .bines' Hmv Umpire Show, 
W. Vs., fillyainliilii', Aiig.n; W.Va., West Ilniullu, 
(i; W.Va., Ilailloy, v. 

>*v^ki^T«:)Br* p "" 

COMEDIAN WITH SPECIALTIES, 

IIKaVY MAN, WOMAN KOR l!KN. WW, Ollinr 
Useful lleperlolro People, wrllo. Prefer I huso 
doing s|Hiclaltles. -TIIK PKLIIAMS." 

Sem.'i'.i PallH, N. V., until Aug. e; Auburn, N. V., 
Aug.s : n. _ __ ^. 

Radium. 

Costumes prepaiisl with Radium Kirecls for 
Marches, llnllots, ate. 

II. «. RAVliN, llti Wesl lath Sl„ N. V, 0. 

Musicians Wanted, 



K. A R. CLARIONKTS, HAIllTONKj 110 double. 

Oilier Musicians, wrllo. Musi Join on wire, Venice, 
III., July :w and 81; Hardin, Aug. I, NsplosJ, 



CARS. 



ANO ALI, THKATR1CAL OOOIIS. Scenory painted 
cheaply and quickly, Amalours supplied, 

oflAS. K. MILLS, iXI W. Slat SI., New York City. 

IIAVK TIIRKE (iOOI) bTATK- 
ROOM OARS, fully crmlpped, FOR 

HALE ONKASYTKilMS, |,100cnKli, 
balance monthly. -i AS. TUKNKR, 

m Dearborn Stree t, Uhlcago. III. 

Three Large Halls To Hont, 

FOR RKIIKAKHALM, 

JACKSON A MDXUH, 
" .Street 



ill Sltlll,\ve., i'ii l 'i'dh I 



, N. Y.i 



WANTED TO BUY. SMALL TENT SHOW 

OUTFIT. MUST-IIB IN A No. 1 CONDITION AND 
CHEAP KOR CASH. ' 

HARRY 7.KI.LA. (innlnn, Ohio. 

jTOB SALE, SLOT H&CBIHE8, 

Good ss new. In firm class roiulltlon. Write for 

rail rarS niar. *- fc* 

HOI MK1KK A DKKOANH, tileu Jean, W. Ya, 



Thomson & Vandiveer's 

Circus, Menagerie and Hippodrome Tents, 

Havo a record of over forty years ss being superior 
In Material, Mulsh, Workmanship, Slyle, Diirsbll 

m 



j and Kconiimy lo all 
limalos given on anpil 

No. •i , mm K. THIRD ST, 



ol hers manufactured 

ill Inn. 

Clnclopall, 0. 



KB- 



Rxac'ly M new. Electric Lamp. Rheostat and 
Oxy. llyd. Jel. IM13 pattern. Only ten, Alao 
Aneograph and Optlgrapb, cheap, and a. big lot 
of fine FILMS vcrylow. 

II. POWELL, 64. N, 101 II 81 „ Phlla., Ps. 

Wanted, All 'Round Sketch Team; One Mist 

Play or Pake Organ. Comedian mint put nil sets 
and make go. fialnry. Jl*: I nay all. Address 
»H. HAU1/I', Hammond. Qui. 

Waiitl Single Speihlt, Peilorneis lor Med. 

Co. Salary must be low aa It la sure. Would like 
to hear from good Singer or Dancer. Address 
Roy Robinson, Ainnrle.in Corner, Caroline Co ,Md. 

WAH1E0. Free AUraclions lar Mir 

MtSETlNO, AUO. an. Prlvl'ege People, write. 
PllTltSgka In*-, inspect fire ihnu.aml people. 
Addreaa U. POKUY, Cltslriusu, Men Carlisle, Ohio 



THmKirW- YORK CTLTPPTra. 



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CHAS. K. HARRIS 

Tti Biggest Ballad Nmm in Km World. 



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Then compare them with all other songs on the market, and you ( will be 
conSfced that the HOUSE OF HARRIS is the Honse of Original IdeBB. 



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Cor. CLARK and LAKE STS. O 

JOB. M, HARRIS, Mgr. *£, , 

Prof»..loB»l Coplpi and Full Urrhaitrattom FHEE «% 

to lhoie • bc1o>Ib( prugrammat om\y. No r»ni» go. W 

fminK* Car iii»II1»«. No sbjMtloni la any of our taag* • 
tuBg »t »n»- pl«c. or a»)*hirt at may time. 









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THE NEW YOEK CLIPPER. 



551 




HOOTERS HIS. 

Latest Coin Controlled 





PUSS" BOOTS 

The Newest Honey Haker. 

CAN BE USED OUTDOORS 

Lllellk* Moverntnts, Drmid In Satin. 
WRITE FOR CIRCULAR. 





100 Schenntrlarn St,, Breoklyn, N. Y. 



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Tie Smallest lidgete in the .World, 

HORVATH 




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WILL END ITS TWO TEAR 

ENGAGEMENT WITH THE 

BARJTLTM & BAJUEY 
Greatest Show On Earth 

AT THE CONCLUSION" OF THIS SEASON. 

OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENTS 
.ATZER NOVEMBER. 

The troape Includes INTERNATIONAL 
SINGERS AND DANCERS, BOXERS, Etc, 
bavins appeared In the nnest theatre* 
throughout the world, with great success. 

REFERENCES: Winter Garden, Berlin; 
London Hippodrome; Casino de Paris, Paris; 
Barnnm A Bally Greatest Show. 

ADDRESS ALL OFFERS TO 

SIO. HORVATH, 

Care of Barnum 4 Bally Show, per route, 
or care of CLIPPER. 




ESTABLISHED 1874. 



HEADQUARTERS FOR 

ASBESTOS 
CURTAINS 

That Stop Fires. 

GUARANTEED TO BE HADE OF PURE, LONG ASBESTOS 

FIBRE, WITH OR WITHOUT WIRE INSERTION. 
BEND FOR CIRCULAR C. 

C. W. TRAINER MFG. CO.. 
89 tnd 9 i Pwrl St., Bistin. y ass. = 





ARTIFICIAL GARLANDS, VISES, SPRAYS, CROWNS. BUSHES, 

Plants, Trees, Palms and Loose Flowers lor siage purposes. Particularly 
call yonr attention to the workmsninlp on my goods, which lsunpa-. 
raileied by competition. Special attention given to Theatrical wort. " 

Write for my catalogue No.l, C, which contains full description and 
Illustrations of the assortment of goods I carry. 

.AMVilAi ciRL 1BHERT, 

, t m*FW*WJC*% | 87 .| 89 s , tC | irt st, Clilcagt. 

ATTENTION t DOCTORS. MEDICINE PEOPLE AND SHOWMEN. 

Why handle rocky goods when you can handle goods that will sell them- 
selves 1 Electric Belts from 11.00 per do*, to I48.0O. Large variety to select 

I from. We also make other styles o' Appliances and Medical Batteries. One 
third cash required. Hot Springs Sulphur Soap, wrapped, 12.10 per gross. 

' Equal to Williams. Trial order will convince. Largest Manufacturers for 
Electric Belts and Appliances In U. 8. A. Established 1878. Catalogue free. 

THE ELECTBIC APPLIANCE CO., Burlington, Kan. 



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immamxisr w& canvasses 

CANDY MEN 

Toll 1* a money-maker 
at parks, In stores or 
on the road. It makes 
those delicious pop 
corn crisps, the greatest 
S cent package. Too 
need not be a candy 
maker to be successful. 

W. Z. LONO, Springfield, Ohio. 

ft 1 W1H Ul I STEBEOPTIGOI C6. 

I 720 H*nn*pln Ave., Mlnniiaelli, Minn. 

lit Larjest Stock of BJdes, Films and sup- 
■T pile* In the Northwest. OoodPllme 

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SLOT MACHINE 



111. TESTER. 

Operated by depositing a 
penny. It is the handsomest 
and most graceful machine 
of its kind, and la an immense 
mosey maker. These ma- 
chines are made entirely of 
quartered oak cabinets, highly 
polished, lined with red vel- 
vet, and baa conspicuous red 
signs. They show the exact 
■amber of square inches of 
air the lungs contain, and 
show the space the air takes 
up when in one's body. 
IUJ>a ONLY BY THR 



Physical Culture Hannfatturiog Co., 

- rooms, 30S West lfltb. st.| 
Eighth Are.. Mew York 

r, II. Y., U.S.A. 



Offlc • and 8 a I. ■ roo 
Factory, la* 1™' 

ctty v 

8. ad for Circwlar nnd Price List. 



» DEBT i PLACE TO BUY 



'watches, /ewelrr. Silverware. 
Stage Brilliants, Medicine and 
Gift Show Goods, Prof, flames- 



daS eon's Grease Taints, Burnt Cork, 

**! ■» Face Powder.etc. Roaslter's Song 
gB Hs. Boots. Full line of Eagls Env 
^tgfneasV blema. lead r»r Ca.lnl.gn.. 
^slgaVg?**^ Tst* Old BUllmbl.. 
A 0. UHIB A OO., M Wabash Ave., Chicago, W. 



Special 




Jaw o» it** t— ■•! rim. 

Quakn oil r. Kit Ha Shell., 

dnltodraW/lorum 
T« im v>.m 

Per Gallon..., *.» 



WIRE ARTISTS 

Watch This Space For New Goods 

These articles arc taken from our 8 page red supplement to catalogue do. 14. 

Send For One Now. 



Special 




JImHi mr An. qualMf, 

Kit • <lM(t on. I. thi k*. w. 

a.™ BOO s«Uoua of suss, 
TM.....SCU0 IYrlO0,...S0.7l) 
ivr j.llwi in 



Reduced Prices all along the line— we will not be undersold 

Quality and prices count. When it comes to a "Show Down" we're "Johnny on the Spot." Let us hear from you. 



You Can't String *Em Up 

lor 110.00 »BTi«.«i)di»«Rnltaj rut. Wires, rood Moun. if |t*.«tir1crou 
anatMr.aukaUwiljrourHlI. It Dot, let u. Jo Uio wurk *n J »»r. you niu^y. 






N«. J7I7 raffled 
J!"" 1 . l T:" , 1LJ u . Dr '• l«c»r«lw«-Alw.n««d 
c&tft&'&eSr S" t-x— Jft 

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N». 410* Ptlleu Foot 
ShrtlRUTb. TauPlcli 
. lachM loaf. 
Per gran .11 so 



Rp»clal Wir* 



tor iron,... , ;i .»M0 _ laho.oopta 



tn**.' with- 
outl*ail..... 1S3 IWI0W 



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r*fc JSOJ B[«r braoel.t, 10 M Be* toads, with waabwt, cnala aad atstt bans'*. 

Pvrd-M. 

Peroral. 

811m Jtcwim. 



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mm 



N.. J9II. Cottad .llv.rflllm.wlr. tMtc.it to ftnufoa win for m*k> 
loft bracelet* BroocbM, RJo**, .to. Send forMRipn. 

Ferrard. S0.10 PerMy.rd...... 

tor loo yard. *s.so 



Ctttrtlltiiititaiiiiin KMiJM("talCaitls.' a 
N* »7I*. rourMniwt N* MIM and I He 

e»t*y. I In., SMfl. o( SI0» whin nii-hil iniUlBa rlsf. 
meu.tln^l.llLaiulbultnl. A blf •.lU.JutoUt. 

Dm | US IVrfmw. fj.10 

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Jacdtfo n pfgjfflf t , 
No. 3010, Thfi beautiful truwlet li ft new artlcfa, 
mada of *il**r Jncero a Alixrf* wire, mounted with facet* 
ed breda, ctalo *>t*d heart banjttoiaih'iwnliicut. They 
■^Llhkaclr^iilicrtiiiatWo nxi ISoeach imi only o*t 
PocDoa. ftMB PerOroem .fiioo 



ROGERS, THVRMAN <Sl CO. 

136 Wafjash Ave., Chicago. 

Branch Slor .. (10 Olive St., Si. Lotila, Mo, 

AMt*i4 *ll nmmmnltmHmnj to Sjj CfjSaaSj C//tf. 




< rt-.rd r«t rjo rln« mmiotlnsa mad. « 
- -'■.■atiltalsaa. 



No. lie*. .. 

It T. li.isl.l ,im, kU> .imruw.rv. A..t, «licii 

bo. *».» Oroai ....lAOo 



Superior and Safe „^_^__ 

^DEPILATORY POWDER 

For Removin g Super fluous Hair 



USED BY THE EUTE OF SOCIETY EVERYWHERE 
FOR FULLY FIFTY YEARS; SOLD BY DEALERS IN 
F: RST CLASS TOl LET PREPARATION S;J9y~ma7l 

ON RECEIPT OF PRICE 50.* ADDRESS, P.O.BOX 247. NEW YORK CITY. 




FIREPROOF PILMS, TREES, FERNS, VINES t FLOWERS. 

FOR THEATRICAL AND STAGE USE MADE TO ORDER. 

We carry a Fuil Line of Artificial Decorations, Hade Especially for Stage Uses and Ornamental Set- 
tings. Send tor estimates, describing what you want, and we will guarantee satisfaction, Wrltexor 
Catalogue No. 10. 

BOTAHICAL DEC0BATIN8 00.. Ho. 271 Wabaih jfj, OHIOA80. 



CAMPAIGN BADGES 
BUTTONS 

wD 

CANES. 




AND 



REAL PHOTO BUTTONS 

BEST SELLERS. 

H0TE 0DB PRICES: 
1 1 • 4ln. Photo Sutton 
Roosevslt or Parkor, 
Per 100, - $1.50 
Badges, Like Cut, 
Psr Dozen, • 40c. 
PirlOO, - • $3.00 

Send for complete 
Campaign 1,1st, 



AMERICAN BADGE CO., 

7 119 ■■ MADIBOff ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 



Ill HENRYS FAMOUS MINSTRELS. 




ADDRESS 
IIIHA1TI iircnuv, 

109 W. 6M ST., M. Y. CITY. 



IN-IFPNATIONA! .PI AY t'X.C HANOI 

RGYA1 1 r PLAYS- RfASONABtl: RENT5 



MAHLER BROS., 

6th AVE. and Slat STREET, NEW YORK. 

THE PROFESSIONAL MDERWEAR HOUSE OF AMERICA 

10 MANAGERS IID THOSE INTE8ESTE0 II THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES. 

WD ABB) HOW PREPARED TO VVHRISH ESTIMATED OH 

OANCE SKIRTS AND BLOOMERS IN QUANTITIES. ALSO STA6E MILLINERY, 
HOSIERY, FOOT WEAR, ETC, 




t INQUIRY. 

OUR MAKE-UP BOXES 

Made from the very belt tin, are blank enameled. 
Especially made (or professional use, having • 
tray wftb compartment* for Grease FelnU, 
Powders, Comb and Brush, Wigs, Eta., M ft ft 
Eto. Has double aotion look, with two A j| 
keys, st W 



Onr COLD CHE AH, eipreailv prepared (or the Tbe- 
atrlcal Profession, guaranteed to be absolutely pure ens] 
never become ranold In any climate. Put np In m 
Screw Top Tin Cans at 45e.| Mrs at See. 

SAHPLEI or CREAM SBHT YHEE. 

All mall orders moat be accompanied by money order, 
Hone sent 0. 0. D. 



CASEY'S THEATRICAL TRUNKS. 




Our XXX Trunk has no Equal. It* Superiority and Low 
price gives It every advantage over any trunk made, be- 
ing built on well seasoned uasswood, with a Continuous 



Shipped C. O. 



Bteel Binding, Canvss, Glued on, and over 800 Itlvets used, 
Heavy Itawnlde Handles, Yale Lock, 8 In. Tray, made to 
Swing In tbe top, making In all the Beet Theatrical Trunk. 
Guaranteed B Years. 28, 110.75; 80, 111.25: 82, 811.76 I 
31, 112.75; 86, 113.75; 38, f 1«.7B ; 40, 818.76. 
Our XX Trunk Compares (favorably with any Theatrical 
Trunk Made. Iiulit on Bssswood Hoi, Covered with Ball 
Duck, Glued on, Bound with Heavy Steel, Yale Lock, 
Dowels and Double Hinges, Angle Edging, 1 8 In Trey, 
1 4 In. Tray. A Very Strong. Riveted^ Trunk. 28, 87.25 | 
80, 87.75; 82, $8.25; 84, 88.76; 86, 10.26; 88, 80.76; 
40. 810.26. 

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ST1GE FOLK and Sometimes OTHERS 



BY JOSEPHINE OHO. 



Ernest Lamson, who about election time 
will open his season with last year's success, 
'•young Tobfl Horle," sends the following two 
Incident* wherein he played the principal 
roles. 

A few years ago, during hli Brat theatrical 
experiences, Lamaon learned that one should 
think twice before resorting to the law for 



formed him that he wouldn't accept the mule 
as a gift, much less pay anything for him. 
The young actor was furthermore Invited to 
take his mule and get out of the stable. 

Lamson says that after using some lan- 
guage not permitted In polite society, he 
grabbed the halter and led his property from 
the place, having at the moment no stopping 
place In mind. Reaching about the middle of 
the block he paused to decide what to do and 
where to go with his "white elephant." No 
sooner had he done so than a mob of young- 





the office he greeted his unwelcome caller 
with a forced smile, which, however, had do 
conciliatory effect, for the man gruffly ei- 
clalmed : 

"You have turned out a mule to starve la 
an empty lot, and made yourself liable to ar- 
rest for cruelty to animals." 

don't own such a thing aa a mule," said 
Lamaon In a brave voice, but with a sinking 
heart 

"You mean you don't want to own such a 
thing as a mule," retorted the agent of the 



rectlon of the city limits, which, however, be 
was destined not to reach. A mischievous 
youngster, with the Idea of hurrying thi 
animal's pace, gave It a resounding whack 
with a stick. A wild Jump landed mute and 
rider In front of a paaslng car. A moment 
later found Lamson about twenty feet from 
tbe track. As soon aa he could gather his 
temporarily scattered senses, be found that 
one of the animal's legs had been broken. 
This necessitated Its being shot by a police, 
man, while another man, who seemed to b«v» 
some authority, demanded |5 for carting the 
dead mule away. This Lamson gladly paid, 
though he was farther frightened by the car 
conductor taking his name and address. •■ 
tbe car had suffered some little damag* by 
the collision. Lamson, however, left tbe 









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redress. At tbat time he was playing in 
Chicago with a email company whose mana- 
ger was far In arrears with salaries. As the 
company was about to go to pieces a young 
lawyer persuaded Lamson to place with Mm 
bis claim tor collection. Armed with the 
necessary authority the lawyer proceeded to 
serve an attachment on the available prop- 
erty of tbe company. As a mule, used by the 
comedian In the first act of the play, was the 
only piece of property in sight, the young 
legal light, thinking himself exceedingly 
clever in securing so much for Lamson, ac- 
cepted the mule and gave a receipt in full 
for the actor's claim. 

Leaving tbe animal In the stable, where he 
was "eating his head off," the lawyer has- 
tened to Inform Lamaon of his brilliant play, 
boasting gleefully of how he bad bluffed the 
manager Into settling In full. Though Lam- 
eon was far from pleased with the nature of 
•he settlement, he paid the lawyer's fee of 
I1B, and proceeded to the stable to Investi- 
gate bis new property, also to dispose of It 

To his dismay he found tbat the mule was 
no longer a welcome Inmate of the equine 
boarding place, and that there were damages 
to pay to the extent of $10, for the animal 
bad broken oat of his stall and damaged that 
amount of flour that bad been stored In tbe 
Place. Proof was not lacking when Lamson 
beheld his property literally plastered with 
Dour, and, though unwilling, was obliged to 
settle wltb the owner, of the stable for the 
depredation committed by bis mule. 

Upon offering the animal to the man for 
s very small anm, tbat person wrathfolly lu- 





sters gathered about blm and set up a Jeer- 
ing and hooting tbat attracted tbe attention 
of a policeman, who ordered the owner of the 
animal to be on his wny and not block up the 
street. Though the scene was full of comedy, 
the unwilling comedian, wishing himself else- 
where, pushed through the crowd of yelling 
gamins and accomplished three or four blocks 
of distance, ' accompanied by a small rear 
guard of them. Just then an empty corner lot 
suggested a means of escape from bis dilemma, 
and, turning Into It, be tied the cause of bis 
annoyance to a fence at tbe back of the lot, 
and, turning Into a side street, went back to 
his hotel by a roundabout wav. only too glad 
to lose tbe amount of bis back salary In the 
male. 

The end of his troubles was not yet to be, 
for Lamson bad Just begun his soap that 
n'ght at dinner when a bell boy brought to 
him a card, bearing the name of "Henry 
Johnson, Humane Society." Proceeding to 



Humane Society, "but this poor, abandoned 
animal has been traced to you, and tbe law 
says you must 'feed and care' for your prop- 
erty." 

Lamson said he knew better than to argue 
wltb a man with a badge, so took s street 
car out to the vacant lot, where he found the 
usual crowd of small boys and a few of the 
neighbor* gathered about bis mule, and say- 
ing uncomplimentary things about Its ownsr. 

Making a "bluff" about the mule having 
escaped from bis stable, and expressing him- 
self as delighted to have found It, Lamson 
started, down the street, halter In band, to 
hunt a resting place for bis live stock. After 
an aimless walk of a few blocks It suddenly 
occurred to blm tbat a relative, living on a 
farm about ten miles distant from Chicago, 
might make some use of tbe animal. Desper- 
ately deciding to end his troubles that nlgbt, 
he mounted the mule and started In tb* dl- 



hotel early tbe next morning. Thus ended 
bis unhappy ownership of a "white muls," 
and never again did ha seek to get possession 
of bis salsry by means Of an "attachment." 



Lamson and a friend were walking serosa 
Thirty eighth Street, near tbe Knickerbocker 
Theatre, when they were accosted by a beg- 
gar. The actor, wbo often accords a little 
help to those who appear deserving, pnt bis 
band In bis pocket for a nickel tbat, as ba 
oddly expressed It, "wasn't working." Just 
aa he was about to confide It to the keeping 
of the beggar, be looked sharply at the man, 
then, to the surprise of bU friend, he passed 
on, replacing the coin In bis pocket with tbe 
remark: 

"Not for my money I" 

"Why did you cbang* your mind?" asked 
bla friend. 

"Because that beggar Is altogether too par- 
ticular snd sparing of his time," replied Lam- 
son, "I've met blm before." 

"How wss that?" said tbe actor'a friend, 
whose curiosity be gratified by relating bis 
former experience wltb tbe mendicant 

A few days previously Lamson bad been 
approached by tbe beggar wltb the request! 
"Help a poor, sick man, Slrl" Remember'ng 
tbat be bad a few pennies mixed up In bis 
pocket wltb some quarters and halves, be 
concluded to rid himself of tbe coppers and 
do a charitable tblng besides. It took lea* 
than a minute to separate them from tbe 
silver, but tbat appeared to be too long a 
time to suit Mr. Beggar, for Jast as Lamson 
waa picking out the fifth and last copper, 



554 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August ja 



that ragg«d Individual, realizing the fact, 
Mid: 

"Never mind ttat cent, harry op and give 
me the others, for since you aUrted to pick 
them out three. or four of my beat customers 
have passed by:" 

Out of I.(w Dockstader's stock of a thou- 
sand or more stories of personal experiences, 
Is the following, which was retold In a man- 
ager's office recently ; 

The merry, minstrel man, while exchanging 
stories one day with a group of friends Id s 
cafe, was 'introduced to a good looking young 
fellow, whpm one of the party addreiwed as 
"Doc." After passing a few remarks with 
the new acquaintance, Dockstader said : 

"And so you're a doctor; what division 
of tbe profession do you follow — medicine 
proper, teeth or feet? - ' ■■ 

"Well," was the rep)y, "though I'm fot- 
louilng the medical profession, I'm not yet a 
full fledged physician." 

"Oh," returned Dockstader, "so you've not 
yet graduated," and the subject of the con- 
versation was changed, after which It dropped 
entirely from the mind of the popular min- 
strel. 

a few weeks Ister Dockstader attended the 
'funeral of an acquaintance, when, to his sur- 
prise, the man who had been Introduced as 
"Doc" ; — — , appeared, and banded him, as 
well as other mourners, a camp stool, s 
service usually offered by a funeral director. 
Xfter .the services, when the minstrel fell 
Into conversation with the man, he remarked: 
' "I understood that you were a medical 
student ; how Is It that I find you here In the 

Capacity of " 

„ ."Ob," Interrupted the young man, "I did 
not tell you that — I merely said I was follow- 
ing the medical profession, and so I am — I'm 
*n undertaker." . ,. , 



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Checkers. 



New* of the Game. 

Doubting Thomas's many, but none so 
Ftrong In their convictions as Dr. Scbaefer. 
lie. when meeting an assertion from some 
p'ayer regarding result of game or position. 
Invariably iaya : ' Bbow It to me," Implying 
that he wants to see It before he accepts the 
statement In line with this the following Is 
In order: "L. M. Stearns announces a 
new book he Is about to publish, showing an 
easy road to checker playing by new methods." 
lty this "new method" be proposes to teach 
tbe raw recruit more in six months than be 
would acquire In five years under tbe old 
method. Rather a broad assertion. Had sucb 
a statement been made by one of the ac- 
knowledged leaders of the game — Jordan, 
Barker or lleffner, for Instance — though dubi- 
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better acquainted with the moifua operandi, 
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months what It baa heretofore taken us five 
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with Kirk, for The Plttiburgh Despatch gold 

challenge medal Dr. Scbaefer and bis 

automaton checker and chess player will Sum- 
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New England Checker .Association, acting 
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Draughts Association to visit Boaton to play 
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suggested. "A special committee, consisting of 
Samuel rover, A. J. lleffner and George W. 
Dearborn, baa been appointed to arrange all 
details This undoubtedly will mix it up In 
grand shape for tbe benefit of the game. 

Solution of Position No. 10, Vol. Bit. 

BY W. BEYVABD, NEW YOBK. 

Blsck 8 6 U 14 15 

White 20 21 28 80 81 

White to play and draw. 

M 27 12 16 26 22 .19 24 7 2 

8 8 15 8 27 81 20 16 27 23 

at) 26 16 10 8 7 24 27 2 8 

15 18 8 3 13 16 11 28 10 

23 10 6 . 7 10 27 31 6 10 

8 12 27 28 81 26 11 7 10 23 

10 15 18 27 10 17 81 27 Drawn 



Position No. 20, Vol. 52. 

BY IIABBY FRBEDUAN. 

A brilliant while contesting twelve players 
FlmttltaneotiBly. originally published In The 



Bristol Ucroury: 
Black 12 6 6 



12 15 18 ID 




" White IS 14 20 22 25 20 27 28 30 
Ulack to play and draw. 

Gntue No. 20, Vol. B2. 

BRISTOL 
, riayed in the Yorkshire Draughts Asso- 
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22 18 26 22 20 10 20 28 23 14 
10 14 14 18 20 27 16 20 27 81 
25 22 23 14 32 14 10 15 10 

8 11 IS 2 7 1 10 81 20 

20 2B 24 10 30 20 15 6 21 17 
10 20 7 11 6 20 24 20 23 

18 10 11 20 22 18 10 15 10 7 
.11 IS .11.16 7 11 24 27 White 
22 10 . 27 24 14 10 18 14 wins. 

(a) Dr Schsefer gives tbe following: 

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17 13 

14 

12 10 26 28 

24 15 .2 7 

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13 20 27 21 14 

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I..Kt-hH6 Pmovee(fi) 
9. B-Kte, compels 

9..P x B, caste, 
to Kt 0, or R 3. — A 



the players. Doubtless Mr. B. esteems this his 
best sustained plsy In the tourney. Want of 
•pace forbids a dlsgram. 

Problem Ne. 2,470. 
From Beventh An. Oh. Congrttt Tourney Bet. 

■T "SOQTJB." 

BLACK. 



World of Piavers. 



— Edsall-Wlnthrope Stock Co. Notej : 
We closed eight weeks' stock engagement at 



curious and Interesting problem ; remarkable 
that with so much force there are but two 
captures and only one check. 



German Coaarreas at Cobarsr. 

This national festival of the Deutches 
Schachbund (only members admissible) has 

{■roved one of Its great successes. It could 
ie no less, With such an entrance list as tbe 
following: Herren Bardeleben, Berger, Bern- 
stein, Brody, Caro, Flelschmann, Oottscball, 
John ('.'). Marco, Mleses, Scblecbter, Suecht- 
Ing, Swlderskl and Wolf. At the end of the 
fourth round Bardeleben and Bernstein led 
with 8 to 1 ; Berger and Marco, second, 2>A- 
1 V4 ; Mleses and Scblecbter, 2-1, with ad- 
journed games: tbe rest leas. 

Thanks to The Kagle, we have the record 
of this tournev after eleven rounds. 
Vamei. Won.Lott: Same*. Won.Loit. 

Bardeleben.. 6ft 2% Wolf. 6 5 

Swlderskl.... Oft 3ft Suecbtlug . . . 4ft 6ft 
Bernstein, ... 6 4 1 Flelschmann. 4 6 
4 ! Oottscball... 

4 Caro. 

5ft 4 ft 1 John 

6 4 I 




We closed eight weeks' ■#* «W"j" 'J 
LlDdly Park. Greensboro, N. O, July '80, ana 
opened Monday, Aug. 1, atLatta Part, I Char- 
lotte. N. C. where we wasjjtgJB*, wee 
openng our regular season Sept. 6. 
scenery Is all finished and now en ro 
rharlotte Peop e engaged for the r< 

sesaon .re: EdJll * W^T^riS?' 
Eft B. EdMll, manager :E. V^Devlne 



Marco... 

Mleasa 6 

Berger 

Bcblechter., 



8ft Oft 
8 7 
2ft 7ft 



WHITE. 
White to play and mate In four moves. 

Tin Citt Ci.os's National Toobnbt, for 
native end resident experts, opened. In Lon- 
don, 28th ult. Tbe entire chess world will 
be pleased to learn that Jas. Mason Is so far 
recovered as again to appear In a public 
tourney. Our present Information Is that 
with seventeen entrants, II. W. Shoosm'th 



lott.rN? C.: wbereNve" S«N weska. 
onenlne onr regu ar season Sept, 6. uur 

Dprletorsl ; 

ne^-reTrSe'nta^eT^-li ™>j§j 
director; Harry Vino, stage c'WlJ'i.^' 
WIntbrope, Bertha ThorD, Martha Drake, 
Enid Delle, Jennie Edwards, De Loss B. ba- 
sal . Kegel De-Von. Edgar Varney. Arthur 
Price. James Smith, Andy Adams Carl Brad- 
shaw Harry Vino, Paul Logan and & 8. De- 
vine. Our vaudeville features are: Adams. 
Edwards and Zeke, Smith and Delle, Harry 
Vino? and Edsall and Wlntbrope. Oar book- 
ing includes the largest cltlea In the South. 
Our plays are all new this season, and In- 
clude four sensational scenic productions. 
Mr Edsall was recently made an Eagle at 
Winston, N. C, and as bis wings have grown 
quite rapidly we expect blm to fly the- com- 
pany rather high this Benson. Our popular 
heavy man. John E. Lesslg, leaves us this 
week to Join the Irene Meyers Co^, of which 
he was a member last season. He has our 
best wishes, as he li a good fellow and a One 

H. C. De Muth, who has been In charge 

of the vaudeville theatre at the Isle of 
Palms, Charleston, 8. C, for Jake Wells, 

daring the Summer, has returned to New 
York. He will open his second season as 
manager of Melville B. Raymond's produc- 
tion of "Arizona," at Elizabeth, N. J., Aug. 
24. 




MEMBERS OF THE: ASSOCIATION OF TRAVELING VAUDEVILLE BIANAGERS AND THEIR GUESTS, 
At the Annual Outing, Point View, July 1«, mm. 

O. . W. Monroe, Frank Calder, J. H. Mack, Louis Roble, Harry C. Bryant, Dave Krauas, C. H. Waldron, F. C. Muller. F. C Huffman, 
O. L. Combes, Clint Wilson, Frank B. Carr, Phil Sheridan, Mr. 8herldan, Jos. Weedon, Harry Martell. E. Nugent, R. K Gurney, Geo. W. Bice, 

Fred trwln, Geo. Krauss, Sam A. Scrlbner, President: Harry Morris, Cbas. Barton, Abe Leavltt, 
Mr. Kellogg, P. Carey, P. S. Clark, O. F. Miller, T. W. Dlnklns, Bam Harris, H. C. Jacobs, W. Moore, J. Oppenhelmer, Terry He- 
Govern, Geo. Leavltt. 



Enigma No. 2,470. 
Lecdt Mercury New "Retractor Tourney." 

BT MBS. W. J. BAIRD. 

"Take heed the queen come not within his 
sight" — Midsummer Night's Dream, Act II, 
Scene 1. 

& 1 4$ £ 

QR2, K KU, QKtt, QKtt 

* A 1 * ft I 

Q4, Q5, , KBft, KKt4, Q3, R B 3. 
Conditions. — 1. White played last, but 
must retract his move. — 2. Black to retract 
his last move.— 3. Black to play so as to 
allow — 4. White to mate on tbe move. — 5. No. 
Queens. . m 

Game No. 2,470. 

The second selection named to contest the 

"brilliancy prize" at Cambridge Springs. 

BUY LOPEZ KT'S GAME. 

Black, White, 

Delmar. Hodges. 

PWK4 14..BtoBJ 



White, 
Hodges. 
1..PMK4 
2 ,KKt-B8 
S..BKt6 
4..B-R4 
u..Caj lei 
S..P-B3 
T..P-Q4 
g.B-KtS 
9..P-KRS 
10 OB-K3 
U..KtX P 

12 .Kt-0 3 

13 Kt-K 3 



Q Kt-B 8 
P-QRS 
K Kt-K 3 

p-qs 

P-K Kt 8 

P-q Kt 4 
KB-Kt3 

Castles 

KPXP 

UKt R4 
PQ 11 4 
P-B5 



16..P-QR4 
1B..RPXP 
17..QRX R 
18..P-B4 

Kt B3 
XP 

Bxr 

23 .Q-K«-f 

m!!b-B3 

J*..Kt-hls3 
M-QXQ 



19. .Q I 
30.. o; 
8I..KI 



Black, 

Delmar. 

QKttoBS 

UB-K8 

RPXP 

vn 

BPXP 

B-B4(!l 
QBXB 
K-H B(i 
K Kt-B 4 
QKMtl 
K KtXKt 
H Kt4,sad 



is leading with a score of 4ft to 1ft ; Messrs. 
Tattersall and Telcbmann nave 3ft-2ft ; W. 
E. Napier, 3-2 ; Gunsberg, 3-3 ; the rest, less. 
The first cash prize Is £80 ; first honorary 
prize, a gold championship medal, both due 
to tbe munificence of Sir George Newnes. 

Prize Entries. — Tbe games at Cambridge 
Springs which have been entered in competi- 
tion for the "brilliancy prize," by the joint 
agreement of both players, are: Barry vs. 
Napier, Hodges-Delinar, Lasker-Showalter, 
Barry-Telcbmann, Janowskl-Napler, Janows- 
kl-Mfeses, Marshnll-Pillebury, Marshall Ja- 
nowskl, Schlechter-Lasker, and Lasker-Na- 
pier. The prizes, tbe gift of Albert Frelherr 
v. Rothschild, are S00 and $40. There Is 
aucb a general Interest to know who will win 
this spirited contest that we propose to give 
aa many of these games as possible, until 
something more Immediately pressing de- 
mands our space. We should be glad to re- 
ceive any comments on these games onr con- 
tributors may like to make. 



THE MIDGET CITY IN DREAMLAND. 



White resigns !(?) The amusing ending 
shows Mr. D. as be was years ago. ' 
THE THIRD NOMINATION. 
(Opening aa above..) 

8 ho waiter.: Laiker 



l.siker. 
1..PI0K4 
3 .K Kt-B 3 
8 .B-K16 
.4..B X KtH 
6..P-Q4 
0. ~ 



P toK4 



fgti 

.B-KS 

.Kt-QJ. 
.KB 3 



(b) Some years ago James McEutee lost to 
DePrcest as follows: 

28 24 10 21 17 14 21 15 24 

14 18 15 6 . 7 10 7 8 25 IS 

SO 28 1 26 18 16 8 12 24 19 

2 7 81 22 10 10 8 7 13 IT 

32 28 12 10 24 15 21 26 10 23 

13 22 18 10 10 7 11 18 22 

2A 28 5 15 10 25 80 Black 

8 12 C5 22 14 11 15 wins 

23 14 3 8 10 7 80 25 



&tttr 

14 Kt-Kl 
U..KR-K iq 

10. .11 B 4 
17.. Kt-B 4 
IS.. P- US 
U..KI-K 3 
80..BxKt 
81..P-K KtS 
23.. K Kt-B 4 
BS..Kt-RS 



O Kt-B 8 

p-q r s 

g&l 

11-OJ 

Castles 

R-Ksq 

PR KtS 

PKR4 

PqB4 

PKt8 

R.MsS 

K BKt2 

Kt-Q3 

B-Kt4 

Kt-K 4 

KBXB 

B-Kta 

RQsq 
QRXI 



S4..RXR 

34. .R v R~ 

2«..Kt-his6 

I7..P-KB4 

38 P-K 4 

»..P-Kt8 

80..P-B4 

31..P-B6 

3I..PXB 

33.. P-K « 

84..PXKtr 

84.. KB 8 

l3«..P-Kt7 

87..K-B4 

■31 .K-hlS5 

8S..K-q8 

40.. PR 4 

4I..KXUP 

41 RPXP 

43..BPXP 

44..KXB 

4J..KXB 

and draws the game. 
(•) One of the few games at this varia- 
tion. Mleses tried It on Janowakl, but lost 
In thirty-nine moves. M. J. answered 6. . B 
to K 8. 

(t) An extremely difficult ending confronts 



Bhowal ter. 

I?F 

B-Ksq 

P-OBS 

r-Kt 4(1) 

l!-home 

B-K2 

BxKt 

B-Q2 

BPXP 

K-hls 3 

B-Ksq 

KB1 

KXP 

HKt3! 

H-KtS 

U-R7 

BXKtP 

RPXP 

BR I 

BXPI 

K-KtS, 



That tbe "Midget City" Is one of tbe lead- 
ing features of "Dreamland," Coney Island, 
ie attested by tbe enormous dally and nightly 
attendance, which reaches many thousands. 
The "City Is one of the most novel attrac- 
tions that hae ever been presented, the little 
people making It look like the land of Llllput, 
made popular In fairy books. When the Iden 
of the enterprise was first conceived there 
were those who doubted Its feasibility. But 
Richard Pltrot was not among tbe doubters. 
He went abroad and fairly scoured Europe 
for little people to fill the houses, apart- 
ments, stores and bazaars which go to make 
up the novel place. That he succeeded in his 
quest Is proved by tbe city as It Is today, 
peopled by little folks, few of whom are over 
thirty-sir Inches In height, and s star attrac- 
tion to children and grown people alike. The 
§reat success of the "Midget City" must, In- 
eed, be gratifying to all concerned, but espe- 
cially to him who conceived the Idea and 
bore tbe brunt of the burden In carrying It 
out, namely, Richard Pltrot. 
e«» 
REDUCED RATES TO BOSTON. 



Via Pmniylvanla Railroad, Account 
G. A. R. National Encampment. 

On account of the National Encampment, 
O. A. It., at Boston. Mass., Aug. 10 to 20, 
1004, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company 
will sell excursion tickets to Boston, Mass., 
from all atatlona ou Its lines from Aug. 13 
to 15, Inclusive, at greatly reduced rates. 
These tickets wilt be good for return pas- 
sage, to lesve Boston not earlier than Aug. 
16, nor Ister thsn Aug. 20, Inclusive, when 
executed by Joint Agent at Boston. 

Upon deposit of ticket with Joint Agent 
on or before Aug. 20, and payment of fifty 
cents, an extension of return limit msy be 
secured (0 leave Boston to Sept 80, Inclu- 
sive, 



— Notes from "Buster Brown" Co. : Tbe 
following people bave been engaged: Master 
Gabriel, George All, Al. Lamar, Knute Eric- 
son, Edgar Blxley, James Cherrle, Sue Belle 
Meade, Nina Raldall, Mamie Day, Ella Sher- 
wood, Dorothy Zimmerman, Edvthe Ralo, 
Narman Crawford, Mamie Goodrich and a 
chorus of thirty. Arrangements are now 
under way to present Master Gabriel at N. 
Y. City for a run, starting about Christmas. 

— M. B. Raymond will manage the Eh- 
note Sisters, In "Mrs. Delaney, of Newport," 
thli season, opening about Oct. 15. 

— Notea from Hampton & Hopkins' Enter- 
prises : The following engagements have 
been made : Geo. Manderback, as manager, 
and L P. Wilcox, aa agent, to look after the 
Interest with "Sandy Bottom" Co. The sea- 
son opena at Benton Harbor, Mich., Aug. 20. 
Emily Erlckson Green, who will be seen 
next season In a new play, entitled "That 
Little Swede," has Just returned from a four 
months' visit to her native home, Stockholm, 
Sweden. Previous 'to her opening. Sept 1, 
blio Is spending a few weeks among the lake6 
of Michigan. Hampton & Hopkins, her man- 
agers, are leaving nothing undone to make 
her play a success. 

— Slater and Finch write: "We finished 
our vaudeville datea June 18, In Ft. Worth, 
Tex., and have been playing the Southern 
States nil Summer. We visited the fair one 
week and were called to Gibson City, HL. 
on account of the death of Mr. Slater's 
father. We took a rest of three weekB and 
are now with Angell's Comedians, playing 
responsible parts and our sketches. We wlfi 
resume our vaudeville dates next Summer." 

— Lew h. Newcomb has been engaged by 
James K. Hackett to create a light comedy 
part In "J*ck a Little Surprise," la support 
of Arthur Byron, which opena at the Prln- 
cesa Theatre, this city, Sept 6. 

— Claire Tuttle, of the Claire Tuttle Co., 
Is spending her vacation pleasantly at her 
home lu Berlin Heights, 0., dividing her 
time between her private yacht, "The Os- 
P,\' e3 '[." »? n() » ran ?lng for next season's work. 
Clark B. Felgar, who will manage tbe above 
company. Is at present the Bsarstant mana- 
ger of the Pike attraction, "Dnder and Over 
the Sea." A new play has been added to 
the repertory and on excellent company bas 
been engaged to support Miss Tuttle. The 
company will open In November. 
«.~^ Th , e , c ? rlet °n 8lsters will be with the 
BIyrkle-Harder Co. the coming season, under 
the management of Eugene Hall. Hazel will 
the leading soubrette, and Daisy will nlay 
Juveniles. They will feature in their specialty 
?. c ^ 0n „l OD 8i. written especially for them by 
Prof. Edw. C. Crook. 

r,"rjy ulla,n w - Vaa Dolaen and John 
S9L5. are I ece ? t «»sTagements for John 
Griffith's production of "Mscbeth." 

— Henry C. Mortimer, who hai Just ter- 



?.___* successful 8ummer engagement ss 

irkBtt 



leading man with the Electric Park Stock Co., 
Kankakee, III., has returned to New York to 
complete his arrangements for the coming 
season. ^ 



— Notea from Belcher's Comedians te- 
ars now organising for what will be at'l-i.T 
tbe most pretentions effort we have «. 
nlads In tbe support of onr bright yoc e m«V 
Clara Belcher. Amon* other new ones » 
are Jnst In receipt- of a four act c«n«5, 
drama, written for her by tbe authornctnr 
Mart W. Zielle. It Is certainly fine wi 
will nse a full line of royalty plays biiid*! 
this one and with our band and orchestra 
special scenery an clever support, w. \S,l 
tor a pleasant and prosperous season w« 
have a fine line of fair dates to start otr with 

— T. H. Wlnnett baa secured the sol.' 
agency of Chas. W. Chase's well known Dr o. 
ductlons and dramatizations, likewise of Chal 
P. Bice's latest successes. 

— Prof. Arthur L. Von Deck and wife 
(Adelaide Garr), who are at the World's 
Fair, St. Loula, Mo., have signed for tbe com 
lng season with tbe Osman-Hoyt Stock t'o 

— Florence Brockway has been engaged for 
the circus scene in tbe second act of To'-;tol'. 
"Thou 8balt Not Kill" Co. She will dn'be" 
sensational "loop tbe loop" act, In which she 
rides three times around a circle forty feet 
high and one hundred and twenty feet In cir- 
cumference. 

— Charles Wyndbam will come to New 
York for a visit of two weeks, previous to 
bis playing at the Lyceum Theatre here. 

— Clyde Fitch, who arrives from France 
the middle of August, will rehearse and pro- 
duce Clara Bloodgood, In "The Coronet of a 
Duchess," and ^fre. G. H. Gilbert, in 
"Granny." 

— Murry Livingston writes that It has 
been erroneously reported thst be had slpncd 
with Daniel Sully for the coming season 
He will go with ,r Queen of the Highway." 

— Frank A Zenders, last season In ad- 
vance of the Guv Stock Co.. baa signed with 
Ben R. Warner for the coming season. 

— WUIard Rowe, with the Harry Glazier 
Stock Co., received an ugly scalp wound dur- 
ing the performance of "The Three Mus- 
keteers," at the Avenue Theatre, Detroit, last 

— Kathertne Kavanaugh has signed with 
tbe Charlea K. Champlln to. for the coming 
season. She Is also under contract to write 
a new play for Oliver C. Zlegfeld, to be pro- 
duced season of 1905-1906. 

— Earle K. Mitchell arrived In New York 
July 20, after his vacation In the Slerre 
Madre Mountains of Mexico. He has signed 
with Wm. A. Brady to play HI Holler, in 
" 'Way Down East." 

— "Sweet Kitty. Bellalra" will be pro- 
duced In London, Eng., next year, under toe 
management of David Belasco. Henrietta 
Crosman will resume ber New York run in 
"Sweet Kitty Bellalra" early In September. 

— George M. Cohan will begin bis starring 
engagement, In "Little Johnny Jones," at 
the New York Theatre, this city, on Oct. 
31. In his supporting company will be Mrs. 
Jerry M. Cohan, Ethel Levey, J. Bernard 
DyllytK C. Jack Harrington, Tom Lewis snd 
Sam Ryan. The chorus will number forty 
or more. 

— Grace Sloan and Phil M. Walker bave 
signed with "Maloney's Wedding" Co., for 
the coming season, as soubrette and leader, 
respectively. 

— -Charles Frohman has re-engaged Bruce 
McRse to play tbe leading male role with 
Ethel Barrymore, In "Sunday." 

— Edward S. Archer has signed with 
' Rachel Goldstein." 

— "Tbe White Tigress of Japan" Is the 
opening attraction of tbe American Theatre. 
Among those already engaged are : Al. Poll- 
lips, leads; John J". Farrefl, heavies: Fanny 
Mclntyre, leads ; W. J. Jordan and B. I". 
Horning. Frank Hatch will stage tbe play. 

— Mr. and Mrs. Tbos. Tempest go wtb 
"Why Girls Leave Home." 

— William Gillette will remain on his 
house yacht, "Aunt Polly," working on his 
new play until late in September, when he 
begins his seacoa In "Tbe Admirable Crich- 
ton." 

— Arrangements are about complete where- 
by "The Man from China" Company will go 
on tour under tbe management of M. B. 
Raymond, about Not. 1. 

. — Virginia Drew Trescott, who will create 
the star role In Tolstoi's "Thou Sbalt Not 
Kill," arrived last - week In New York front 
Moscow, Russia, where she spent last month 
with Connt Leo Tolstoi on the manuscript of 
tbe production. 

— Tim and Kit Leavens have signed with 
the Osman-Hoyt Stock Co. for tbe coming 
season, for soubrettes and characters, re- 
spectively, and to introduce their specialties 
between acts. 

— "The New York Day by Day" Co. will 
open Ha season the latter part of August. Tbe 
company plays the Stair k Havlin circuit, and 
time Is nearly all booked for the coming sea- 
son. 

' — W. L Stewart mourns the death of his 
mother, which occurred at tbe family home 
In Petrolla, Ont, July 22. 

— Kuth Yale closed a successful Summer 
engagement with W. H. Hout's Stock Co., at 
Warrensburg, Mo. (Pertle Snrlngs). She has 
signed for the coming season with L. A. 
Kempton's "A Homespun Heart" Co., to play 
the Juvenile lead. 

— Mildred Milton, soprano singer and 
fancy dancer, who was formerly with "The 
Silver Slipper" and 'The Medal and tbe 
Maid," la now with Henry W. Savage'B 
"Woodland" Co. 

— J. H. Owens, who bas been managing 
tbe City Opera House, Havre de Grace, Ml. 
for the post seven years, has been reappoint- 
ed for the coming season. Several first class 
attractions have already been booked, and 
the season will open on Sept. 6, with the mu- 
sical drama, "Parsifal.", _ 

— Walter H. Foster, Is spending a three 
weeks' vacation In Canada, as tbe guest of 
Col. George Simpson, of the British Army. 
Mr. Foster will again be a member of Dot 
Karroll's Co. the coming season. 
,. — Harry Corson Clarke writes: "Having 

done' tbe fair, taken a six weeks' rest at 
Chicago, and tackled Niagara FalU, I will hie 
me to New York and rest up until the time 
comes to break in on next sesBon." 

— Mary E. Baker closed ber concert tour 
at Ialeboro, Me., Aug. 1, and la now In Phila- 
delphia, awaiting the arrival of her husband, 
ThomaB R. Henry, who la returning from Ja- 
pan, where he bas been In tbe Interests of 
Ous Hill. Mr. Hill bas made preparations to 
feature Miss Baker In one of his productions. 

— Roster of Corse Peyton's Stock Co. : 
David J. Ratnage, manager ; A. G. Bouncy, 
business manager ; Harry Thomas, stsge man- 
ager; P. Hans Flatb. musical director; Ceo. 
IlalBton carpenter ; Daniel H. Morrison, pro- 
perty master ; Thomas B. Alexander, Ulysses 
Davis, Harry Mantell, Eugene L. Miller, Jere 
Sanford, Ethel Tucker, Dora Lombard, Blos- 
som Robinson, Ida A Thomas, Valeria Bijou. 
Duchesae BIJou, the Three Mareenas, and 
Drawee, European Juggler. 

— J. V. Brock Is now In his twenty-first 
week with the Geyer A Grlswald Co., fa the. 
South, this being his second season with the 
company. Mr. Brock reports fine business for 
the organization, which has been continuously 
In tbe South alnce October last 
_ — Blsncbe Bates began her run In "Tbe 
Darling of the Gods" at the 8t. Louis Fair, 
8unday night, July 81. The play will atay at 
the imperial Theatre four months. 

— ICIIce Dickson reports that she closed n 
very pleasant engagement with the W. II- 
Ilout Stock Co., at Warrensburg Mo. (Pertle 
Springs), playing general business snd doing 
her specialties. 

,. — Carl J. Brtckert has been engaged f* 
the coming season aa heavy man with Dirk 
herrla' Grace Hay ward Co., under the man- 
agement of G. w. Winters. He played the 
last week of stock at Omaha. Neb., with the 
Ferrla 8tock Co., playing In "The Creole" and 
a revival of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." 

— Ralph Kellard Is at the Clermont Cot 
tage. Rldgewood, N. J„ as the guest of H. 
Bees DavTes, of the "Sweet Kitty Bellalrs 



AUGUST 13. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



555 



_- Gormand A Ford Notes: After a very 
successful Mason we closed July 18, at Dan- 
ville, Vt, for the flr«t time In five years of 
continuous trouplng, Bummer and Winter, 
and we will enjoy a wejl earned rest until 



aid •! will enjoy i wejl earned rest until Notts from Hides Corned* Cn Rnh.,-* r» 
lent 1. Harr» Gormand, Bart Ford, I. J. Hyde, manager) — We aS nn. iJ. «„. «R' 
Gorm.nd._B. 6. Mills. Mildred^ K.ro and weak under'SnVa. ^and"? fiT|£ S fi 



Anna Pomeroy have gone to the Summer cot 
tace on tie ltaquette River, In the Adiron- 
dack, recently purchaaed by Gormand & 
Kord. Sailing, fishing, hunting and resting 
Is the programme at "The Actors' Rest," as 
the cottage has been christened. Clarlbel 
AVorth will spend the Summer visiting her 
en rents at Syracuse, N. Y. ; Oscar Dowon 
simmers at Camden, Me. ; J. O. Macfarlene 
left for a few weeks' visit In New York be- 
fore mating a trip abroad ; 0. B. Cann and 
jack Boss will while away the time at 
Sackett* Harbor. N. Y., and Pearl Woolson 
bas returned to her borne In Boston. Active 
preparations for the coming season will be- 
L q about the middle of August, and with the 
new productions Gormand A Ford have add- 
ed to their repertory, and the excellent time 
booked In the territory where this company 
is a prime favorite, onr prospects for the 
coming season could not be brighter. The 
old reliabli reaches us by boat on Satur- 
day, and Immediately on Its arrival we draw 
lots to see who shall mount a rock and read 
it aloud, line for line. 

— Notes from Fulton Brothers' Stock Co. : 
After a very successful season of ten weeks 
at the Oliver Theatre, Lincoln, Neb., this com- 
pany closed Its Summer engagement July 30. 
Our closing matinee was the largest the house 
bas ever known. After tbe performance a re- 
ception was held on the stage, giving the 
many friends of the company an opportunity 
of saying good-bye. 'After tbe night perform- 
ance, which was also played to capacity, Mr. 
Fulton tendered a banquet to tbe members of 
the company and the employes of the house, 
during which many toasts were given and re- 
sponded to. After a week's rest rehearsals 
will begin for the road tour, which opena 
Aug. 23. 

— F. A. Tolver will be In advance of Row- 
land A Clifford's "Over Niagara Falls" tbe 
coming season. 

— C. B. Holllday has signed for the coming 
season to go In advance of the Murray A 
ilackey Co. Scenic productions of successful 
plays will be presented on an elaborate scale. 
The company will play over tbe same territory 
It bas covered for the past four seasons, open- 
ing at Warren, 0., Aug. 29, fair week. 

— Lillian Daven bas signed with Lincoln 
J. Carter's "Two Little Waifs" Co. (Eastern) 
for the coming season. She Is at present 
resting and visiting her mother at Newport, 
Ky., where she bas been during the entire 
Summer, after two successful seasons with 
Jute and Elmer Walters' "A Millionaire 
Tramp" Co, 

— Abbott A Hensel, managers of Frederic 
Rella, In bis own version of "Dr. Jekyll and 
Mr. Hyde/' have signed the following people : 
Frederic Bella, Russell Hampton, Earl Ford, 
Albert G. Bruce, Josephine Dalman (last sea- 
son with Virginia Drew Tresscott, in "Sa- 
tanla"), Mayme Jeannette. Prof. Karl will 
be musical director. The scenery and paper 
will be of the best, and tbe season will open 
Sept 28. 

— Frank Hathaway Is with the Williams 
Big Stock Co., playing heavies. He reports 
meeting with great success. 

— Notes from the New Curtis Stock Co. : 
We will open our season at tbe New Curtis 
Theatre, Denver, Col., Aug. 20, playing all 
of Weber A Fields' successes, beginning with 
"Flddle-dee-dee." Hoster: Jos. B. Howard, 
Ida Emerson, Allen Curtis, Gabriel Llpman, 
Lew Hose, James Emerson, Camllle Calhoun, 
Bowman Bros., and a chorus of thirty people. 

— Tfaos. T. Shea completed bis park en- 
gagements at Bristol Park, Buffalo, last 
week, and returned to New York to open with 
a new production. 

— Notes from the Irving French Co. : We 
close our Bummer season at La Crosse, Wis., 
Aug. 6. Roster : Mrs. Irving French, pro- 
prietor: Don Macmlllan, manager; Don Hll- 
debrand, advance representative ; Harry B. 
Rowe, stage manager ; Harry J. Lane, Feld- 
man and Ball, Ross Greene, J. 0. Pennell, 
Fred B. White, Dorothy Grey, Carrie Weller 
and Clara Swarthont. 

— Jack Campbell has been engaged as ad- 
vance for Jed 1 Carlton's "Was She to Blame" 
Co., for the coming season. 

— Notes from the Roe Stock Co.: We 
opened our fifth season at Red Bank, N. J., 
Aug. 1. The roster of the company follows : 
Kobt. Davis, sole owner; Campbell Stratton, 
John B. Wblteman, Arthur Griffin, Artie 
Kelly, J. Hall Owen, Winifred Hlatt, John 
Mauley, Jay Demers, Master Elrby, John 
Lacy, Ed. Reed, Wm. E. Ereffer, Gay Rhea. 
Maybelle Van Tassel!, Nellie Franklyn and 
Dollle Bardwell. A car load of scenery, all 
entirely new this season, Is carried, and we 
present vaudeville features. Tbe repertory 
Includes: "A Warning to Women," "At Val- 
leg Forge." "The Sign of the Four," "Dr. 
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," "Wife In Name Only," 
"Dora Thome," "The Fate of War" and "The 
Road to 'Frisco." The time Is filled solidly 
for forty-six weeks In the principal Eastern 
bouses. 

— Thurber & Nasher Co., headed by Flor- 
ence Hamilton, will commence rehearsals at 
Smith's Theatre, Bridgeport, Conn., Aug. 8. 
The company Is complete In every detail, the 
following being tbe roster: Florence Hamil- 
ton, Tessle Lorraine Noble, BMou Washburn, 
Mrs. Anna Murray, Cassle Martin, George 
Hoey, John W. Barry, Earl Simmons, Horace 
V. Noble, Sumner Nicholl, Edy. Blair, John 
Ortls, Harry Jenkins, C. H. Martin and Dan 
Demarest. The vaudeville features are: 



I'aullnettl and Plquo, character comedy gym- 
nasts: Mile. Pepita Delaro and Master Philip 
M. Thurber. Executive staff: Thurber A 



Nasher, managers ; George Hoey, stage dl 
rector ; John w. Barry, state manager ; John 
Ortls, carpenter : C. H. Martin, master of 
transportation, and Dan Demarest, leader. 
Phil. H. Thurber will be back with the com- 
pany, while Matt Nasher will protect the In- 
terests ahead. The season opens at Norwich, 
Conn., Aug. 20. 

. — Manager James Spencer writes: This 
Js the second season of the Spencer Stock 
Co. Only one change has been made In tbe 
company since we opened. James Slavln, our 
leading man, was called to New York, as he 
Is under contract with Manager Blaney to 
play the lead In "The Factory Girl." His 
place was filled by John Clark. The company 
was recently tendered a crab supper and later 
on a banquet by John N. Beeves, real estate 
sgent, of Wlldwood, N. J. We enjoyed our- 
selves immensely and drank toasts to tbe 
health of Mr. Beeves and the prosperity of 
the Spencer Stock Co. Everybody Is enjoy- 
ing theJMet of health. Tbe bathing at wild- 
wood Is greatly enjoyed by the members of 
the company, as we have one of the best 
beaches In the country. The Spencer Stock 
Co. Is due here until Sept. 10, and If business 
continues as It haa been, this will be my ban- 
»er season. The lstcb Is always hanging out 
for any members of tbe profession who pass 
<bls way. We are always pleased to see 
'hem. Boater : Gilbert H. Blaker, proprietor ; 
James Spencer, manager ; Maurice Stanford, 
■'age director; Howard Blaker, treasurer: 
Albert Grayblll, press representative : Frank 
L. Worden. advertising agent; P. A. Pascale. 
jouslcal director : James Spencer, Maxwell 
Wllfus, John J. Clark. Will C. Carr, Maurice 
Stanford, Emily 8mllev. Kathleen Klnsella, 
Josephine Gray, Lois Worden." 

— :Th» T. H. Wlnnett Stock Co. takes the 
road after election, with all new material In 
ihe way of European and American plays. 

„— Alyce Kee Nan will play the heavy role 
of Janet, In Tolstoi's "Thou Shalt Not Kill" 

o. and Is engaged for tbe around the world 
:our of ihe play. ' 

. — Walter Hawley has been engaged for. 
the coming season to take a leading role and 
stage' tbe new musical production of F. W. 
Lloyd's "A Boy Wsnted' r Co. 



m™.. ui et ft" 1 "' '■P d ~" h7*^een°one » 
tlnual Jam. We opened at Lincoln, Me.. Julv 1 

h^ e .h apadt7 of the Immense top, and It has' 
been the same ever since. We bad a severe 
blow down at Bradford. 11, and Ben" Mood? 
was painfully Injured, nut I. K no" Tbi 
storm struck us at 6.10 p. u.. and we wen 
UP again and showing at 8.30.' Billy B.^m* 
^22 re , celved f'um Tlyde and Leofa a dls- 
Wfm ring July 17, Ills birthday. After 
each memBer of the company bad shown his 
or her good will toward film, by little tokens, 
?„ e b J$ a ?i Bp " Knti > tnd "e "tiled down! 

£!S\. ^w * 8 ' of feefIn « Prevails In ourcom- 
£?."/• - ,' roater "mains the same. The 
H J e ..J w , lns are meeting with success sing- 
ill F°l ]ow th * Ue "» Crowd." Leola is 
also singing some clever songs,wlth her ususl 
success, tmerson and Foster are getting a 
new act down. Mont Foster's father visited 
the show last week, and bad a big time Ash- 
ing on the lake. Little Lola has added some 
startling tricks to her contortion act. 

Doc Waobbll, general agent Faust's Min- 
strels, wrltea: "Q. D. Cunningham, mana- 
ger, bas everything ready for our opening. 
Owing to the demand for time, we open 

.r ug ' c 10 ' ! n ?. teaa . °' 10 - 0l " olio features : 
Ihe laust lamlly. ten Australian acrobats,; 
Bolssette Troupe, French pantomlmlsts, first 
American appearance ; Daly and Kelso, the 
boys with the tangled feet ; Herald Square 
Quartette, the Brothers 8tldolph. Germun 
musical team, first time in this country; 
Bobby De Rue, 'the mentor of mirth,' In 
monologue. The first part represents a 
scene In Mexico, and Is entitled 'In Old Mex- 
ico. The comedians Include : Billy Beard, 
the human menu of oddities; 'Crip' Rogers 
'the Dixie butterfly ;' Tete Detzel, the Erie 
cyclone. The vocalists sre headed by Clen 

i e ? n i l 1„? nd Wm - R - ratt| e- We have 
Bowles Military Band, and Smith's superb 
orchestra. 

... jA ,?°, B .? A ? D Y AN Tyl * re P° r t success over 
the Keith circuit 

Arthui Lani axd Graci Keiitu will 

close their Summer season In vaudeville on 
, Au fc 7 ' P Ka ? MB cltT - Tney will arrive 
In New York the latter part of August for 
the opening of the regular season, playing 
dates exclusively. 

Prof. L. Bubqer and son, musical per- 
formers, write tbst they sre making a suc- 
cessful tour through the West MaBter 
Robert's playing on novelty Instruments is 
reported as being a great success. 

Prince Albbxe and Miss La Beast write 
that they wil produce a novelty, called "The 
Mysterious Gramaphone," which they ex- 
pect to Introduce about November. This 
machine, they write, will answer any que*. 
Hon, and will be a mystifying feature of 
their second sight act 

The Martslles (Harry and Emma) re- 
sumed work on July 11, as a feature at 




Roam or 8?btbxb * afoaiMAX'a Co.— 
Geo. H. Stevens, manager and comedian; 
Dollle Moaaman, toubrette, leads and sing- 
ing and dancing specialty; Chi*. Apley, 
tramp Juggler, old man, song and dance and 
barrel Jumping; Ray Clements, old maid 
character; Chat. Oarlock, Dutch; Uarry 
Page, advance; Sam Reed and Cook Reed, 
song and dance performers; the Webbs, In 
a sketch ; Stevens and Mosiman, musical 
performers and comedy boxing act; Tod 
Mossman, propa; II. J. Stevens, boss hostler. 
We have a band of nine pieces. Business Is 
to S. R, O. every sight We have one ot 
tbe strongest shows under canvas. 

Vinos* and Duklap, after playing tba 
Crystal circuit twice, have booked theGrau- 
man circuit for nine weeks. They report 
that their new sketch, "Aunt Mellnda'a Op- 
portunity," la making a big success. 

Asrni.-R Foi.kmt, whistler and Imitator, 
writes: "I have separated from Mr. Selbert, 
and am now working alone. I open on 
Lang's circuit Sept. 5, for twenty-five weeks. 

Tub Great Hit wood writes: "After fin- 
ishing tbe Melville circuit, I sm playing 
four weeks on the Heller A Gladlng circuit. 
Aug. 27 I open with my new character 
change act for a second season at Dumont's 
Kieventh Street Opera House, Philadelphia, 

Pearl Irvino la visiting friends In this 
city. 

Uennctt and Rick met with marked sue- 
cess at Proctor's Newark Theatre last week. 

Dixox and Holmes appear at Woolworth's 
Roof Garden week ot Aug. 18, with Keith 
circuit to follow. 

William Catakacob, of Cavanaugh and 
Hamilton, who is now running tbe Keswick 
Hotel, at Brocton, Mass., was visited by tbe 
Magnanl Family, musical barbers, and Burns 
and Charcoal, who are playing Highland 
rark, on ths J. J. Flynn circuit They spent 
a very sociable evening while at tbe hotel, 
and Mr. Cavanaugh wishes to say to all 
friends that "All good things come to him 
who waits." 

Jennie Francis and her husband, John 
Preston, will produce their new one set 
comedy, "Won by a Neck," In vaudeville. 
They will be known as Preston and Francis. 



^hey report that their act 
Is meeting with success. They will return 
Lnst In January, opening In Chicago. 

Harry A. Woodward, manager of Wood- 
ward's Vaudeville Co., has bought from Carl 
Cookson all rights and Interest of the Peo- 
ple's Theatre, Lowell, Mass., and bas leased 
tbe same. Tbe house will open Sept. S, and 
vaudeville and burlesque will be presented. 

Geo, W. Evebs, comedian, Is now manag- 
ing the Orpheum Summer park, San An- 
tonlo, Tex. 

Notes from Frank B. Carr's Tuorouoii- 
BREDS Co.— The big acts this season will 
startle the country. Two of them are strict- 
ly European, and were brought to this coun- - 
try by Mrs. Carr. Twenty show girls will 
sppear In each act, with the original cos- 
tumes, scenery and electrical effects. Tbe 
season begins Monday, Aug. 14. 

M. J. Killeiier, lightning baton and gun 
manipulator, was last week with Murphy A 
Gibson's Minstrels, Steel Pier, Atlantic City, 

Carl Herbert reports success with his act 
of high class magic. 

Sam J. Klein, manager of Erbe's Casino, 
North Beach, was called, by telegram, to St 
Louis, where his mother lay very sick, and 
he arrived two hours before she died. She 
was fifty-five years old. interment vas at St 
Peter's Cemetery on July 24. 

Kennedy and Kennedy write: "Owing to 
being billed at the Howard, week of Aug. 8, 
under tbe above names, we have decided to 
hold same." 

Geo. W. Leslie, singing and talking com- 
edian. Is still playing the McMahon A Dee 
park circuit. He is booked at Hanlan's Point, 
Toronto, Ont, week of Aug. 8 ; Lake On- 
tarlo Park, Kingston, week of IS; Bristol 
Psrk, Buffalo, N. Y., week of 22. He will 
appear with a leading minstrel organization 
the coming season. 

Daisy Linden reports meeting with great 
success at parks and beaches this Summer. 
Week of Aug. 1 she played Delmtlng's Ca- 
sino, Rockaway Beach, N. Y. ; the Steeple- 
chose Pier, Atlantic City. N. J., 15, and Hen- 
derson's, Coney Islsnd, N. Y., 29. 

Ad. B. 1'cunge recently spent a week at 
Cincinnati, enjoying the festivities of the 
Elks' carnival, he being a member ot Lodge 
308, B. P. O. Elks, Grafton, W. Va. Mr. 
and Mrs. Younge (Maude De Long) are build- 
ing a borne at Grafton, which will be ready 
for use In October. . 

Geosob and Lillian Bbinnan, after clos- 
ing with Rellly A Wood's Show, have been 
playing the circuit of parks through New 
England, but finished their work week of 
Aug. 1, st Lincoln Park, New Bedford, Maes. 
They will take a short vacation before Join- 
ing Weber A Bush's new musical comedy, 
"The Promoters," which they have signed 
with for next season. 

Tony Baker, the noted minstrel comedian, 
singer and dancer, states that this bas been 
a highly successful season. He recently 
closed six weeks on the Ohio circuit of parks, 
and is now on the Heller circuit, opening at 
Sewell's Point. Cape May, N. J., Aug. 1, for 
two weeks, with Trenton to follow. 

Jack Rocsek writes: "After resting a 
few weeks, I am now singing illustrated 
Bongs and operating the clneograph at John- 
son r Electric Theatre, Waterloo, la., where 
all my friends will find me In the future." 

Notes >noi: Wise's Market Theatre, To- 
ledo, 0. — This cozy place of amusement has 
been remodeled throughout, and J. A. Wise 
has spared neither time nor money to make 
It one of tbe best playhouses In this State. 
Tbe people for week of Aug. 1 are : Scanlan 
and Foley. May Klrby, Blanch Raymond, 
Kitty Moon, Rose Adair, Ada West, Stella 
Raymond, Mabel Deleon. Mae Rnssell, Ed. 
Hardy. Bert Ferry, Tom Korman, Chas. Love- 
Jov and Geo. MItcbel. Business good. 

"Lbn B. Mantell writes: "I hsve taken tbe 
management of tbe Parlor Theatre, a cosy 
little continuous vaudeville bouse. In Everett, 
Wash. Since separating from my former part- 
ner, Mr. Lamb, I have been rehearsing my 
marionettes with two assistants, and instead 
of going East this Summer I shall manage 
this theatre and Install the marionettes for 
an Indefinite period, putting on a different 
turn each week, together with tbe big bill 
of novelties." 

Addison and Livingston are In tbelr 
twelfth week on the Lang A Edison circuit, 
and report that tbelr act Is meeting with 
success. They will play a return engagement 
on the Novelty circuit, opening at Salt Lake 
City, week of Sept 6, at the Bon Jon The- 
atre. «■ 

C. Jay Shith, manager of Billy Kersands' 
Minstrels, has signed for next s e a son C. 
Newton Taylor, business manager, and J. M. 
Beilly, agent. £»*•■ • - -"»-- • 



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MARION AND DEANE, 
Who arc now playing tbelr second successful 
season on the Melville park circuit, have 
gradually worked their act Into popularity, 
and can now lay claim to one of the neatest 
iaugh producing hits In vaudeville. Burt 
Marlon, the male member of tbe team, Is slso 
a song writer, and has written the lyrics for 
scversl new songs, tbe music of which Is by 
Earnest R. Ball, and the songs sre In tbe 
hands of Wltmark A Sons. Marlon and Deane 
will shortly play return dates in the vaude- 
ville houses of the East 



Alice Porter, Nellie Palmer, Blanche La- 
tell, Pauline Lent!, Chas. Howard, Jos. Mit- 
chell and Tony Murphy were recent guests 
of Thus. J. Grady, at his Summer cottage, 
'The Rest," Atlantic City, N. J. 

Bob Rice, ths old time minstrel, has the 
booking ot all companies playing the Star, 
Montreal, Can. He will give bla Illustrated 
song Sims there every week during the com 
lng season, assisted by Ned Raymond. 

Newell and Nidlo have Just closed six- 
teen weeks with tbelr own company and 
are at Chicago arranging to resume tbelr 
vaudeville dates, which commence Ang. 7, 
and carry tbem well Into next Spring, when 
they play the Orpheum circuit 

the Evebettb S18TEBS, Tynea and Gay 
cell, after playing the Texas circuit and 
Northwestern circuits with success, are now 
engaged for fourteen weeks at ths Monts 
Carlo Theatre, Nome, Alaska. They will re- 
turn East In October, presenting a new act, 
entitled "Travesty Flora Dora," introduc- 
ing singing, lightning chsnges and buck and 
wing dancing. 

Tub Gbbat St. Cyr, illusionist, who last 
season waa the feature act with the Arnold 
Stock Co., has signed for tbe coming season 
with tbe Oiman-Hoyt Stock Co., as a special 
feature. 

Wallace and Beech, comedy acrobats, 
will close their vaudeville dates at tbe Chi- 
cago Opera House, week of Aug. 1, and will 
Iben Join the C. W. Parker Amusement Co., 
st Abilene, Kan. This will make tbelr sec- 
ond season with tbe above company. 

Pebrt and Ai.ecia are In their third week 
out with "Muldoon's Picnic" Co.. over th* 
Room circuit. They write tbst tbelr specialty 
bas made the biggest kind of s success. 

De Varo and cubtis state tbst their nov- 
elty gymnastic act. Introducing acrobatic, 



ring and horizontal bar tricks, Is meeting 
with big success. They were week of July 
26 at Riverside Pork, Anderson, Ind. 



The Maoic Kettle opened its season with 
a two weeks' run at Brighton Beach Music 
Hall, N. Y„ Aug. 1, after which It moves to 
Cleveland's Theatre, Chicago, for eight weeks. 

Herbert and Rooebs recently closed their 
eighth successful week on the J. W. Gor- 
man circuit of parks. They joined the Al. 
O. Field Minstrels for the coming season, 
beginning Aug. 1. 

NEEDiiAit and Wood ire In their fourth 
week at Woodslde Casino, Canarsle, N. V , 
end hsve been retained for another week. 

Parker's doos were held over for their sec- 
ond week at Rois Park, Blaghamton, N. Y. 

Martins and Balno, novelty Chinese 
comlques, report meeting wltb marked favor 
while playing ths Palace Theatre. Boston. 
Mr. Balno was forced to repeat hi* novel 
trick called "looping the loop on a sugar 
barrel." The team write Ibat tbey have 
been meeting with success everywhere. 

Leo and hllky recently closed over the 
Colorado circuit, and have gone to the coast. 

Eva Wilson has retired from the Wilson 
Trio. The set will now be known ■* th* 
Wilson Brothers 

C Harry Jarvih, comedy Joggler, has 
Just completed t successful vaudeville tour 
through the Northwest, and was last week 
st Casino Park, Kalamazoo. Mich. 

■ail Ik Vivian writes : "Ths team known 
si Men and Vivian, equilibrists and acro- 
bats, do longer exists, as we havs dissolved 
partnership." 



Nona iso* t«b Gains* Bros.' Amuse- 
ment Co. — We bav* been playing good town* 
and cities In Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. 
The company's smutementa consist ot bal- 
Icon, revolving ladders, double snd single 
trapeze, high dive, and vaudeville show. The 
Fourth of July was one of the best dsys of 
the season, which date we filled at Colum- 
bus, O. Th* outside free attractions were 
highly appreciated. The vaudeville show 
did a big business afternoon and night. At 
8. 80 p. M. Prof. M. E. Gain* mads one of 
the best ascensions with his new balloon 
ever seen In this part of tbe country. Tbe 
balloon ascension was msde from tbe school 
house yard, regardless of the high gale of 
wind. The professor ascended a mile 
high and descended seven mile* from 
the city with kls parachute, owing 
to tbe terrible wind. The spectators 
expected to see tbe aeronaut dashed to 
pieces, but he came out all right. The roster 
Is as follows: M. E Gslns, manager; Lug, 
Gains, treasurer; J. J. Elnnegan, aeronaut 
with "Stormer," balloon No. 2; C. Clark, 
traps : William Roberts, the boy high wire 
performer: J. Flnnegan and Mrs. O. L. Gulll- 
bur, revolving ladder; W. Colus, high dive; 
Geo. Gains, slack wire; Miss Cook, snake 
charmer; 0. L. Gulllhur, manager of vaude- 
ville show snd Iron Jaw, assisted by Mrs. 
Gulllhur, also "slide for life." Th* perform- 
ance In the vaudeville show Is now a feature 
with this company, a* new act* have been 
added, and one of the main feature* Is the 
sleight of band and fire eating turns ot Mr. 
Gulllhur. This company baa Ore more carni- 
val engagements. 

Notes frou th* Bidwell A Farrbi.t. 
Comedy Co. — We sre now In our twelfth 
week and buslnesa Is at Its beat. The S. R. 0. 
sign la hung out very often. We rece'ved 
our new top laat week and everything Is 
new from stsks to bale ring. Our new acely< 



lene gas outfit Is a beauty, giving us twenty- 
five tight* and making the tent ss light sa 
dsy. Elmer Walker la In advance, with three 



r. 



aeslstsnts, snd he certainly does look out for 
that end of It. Roster Is aa follows: Clar- 
ence D. Rldwell, song Illustrator; Billy Far- 
rell, Irish comedian ; Hinckley and Evens, 
blsck face comedians ; Jack Foreman, doable 
and single traps' 1 , Munson and Hart, sketch 
team ; Viola Hews, make charmer. The can- 
vas Is In charge ot Ren Cssey and four assist- 
ants. Tbe manager will put out a road com- 
pany next Winter, and baa tbe booking tor 
same. 

Notes mow tub Rrikart A Wkder Vaurb- 
vii.lb Co. — Wc are meeting with big success. 
Wllllsrd II. Weber, who has been the main 
attraction with tbe Brownies A Reed Co., 
closed Saturday, July 23, to Join his partner, 
Mr. Relksrt, now touring Pennsylvania. We 
have our new tent and one of th* best out- 
fit* on the road. Our company now consists 
of Mr. and Mrs. Itelkart, musical perform- 
ers ; Wllllard II. Weber, In double voice sing- 
ing; i.eona Virna, song and dance perform- 
er; Harry Weber, hoy soprano; Oracle 'Mc- 
Mullen and Mamie Brown ; Harry 8ayabury, 
boss canvas man. We carry a band of eight 
)leces. AH are enjoying the best of health, 
.oule Bowman, Juggler, Joins us July 80. 
Our friend, Tub C'Lirrtn, Is with us every 

Notes from tub Cracker Jacks and 
Vanity Fair Cos. — The time Is drawing 
near when tbe members of these companion 
will begin work In earnest. Rob Manchester 
has been working all Summer to perfect In 
detail everything appertaining to these com- 
panies, and wben the sesson opens It is safo 
to say that tbey will be better equipped than 
ever. Tbe costuming la certainly s marvel of 
art, and will creats much talk. The scenic 
and electrical effects sre novel, and tbe two 
shows, from stsrt to finish, will be all that 
money and talent can make tbem. The 
Cracker Jacks open tbe season Frldsy. Aug. 
10, st Elizabeth, with the London to follow. 
Tbe Vanity Fair opens Baturday, Aug. 20, 
at Reading, Pa., with Bcranton to follow. 
Bixty people comprise the two shows, and, 
as far as burlesque companies go, ours could 
be plsyed In legitimate nouses and win 
laurels, for tbe only thing left In either 
from last sesson Is tbe title. 

Tub 'Miller Bros., with their new dio- 
rama, opened July 20 their sixth week st 
Seattle, Wash. 

Alice Porter who was hurt very badly 
about the head and body by being thrown 
against a post while In bathing, week of July 
18, at Atlantic City, bas recovered sufficient- 
ly to commence her rehearsals. 

Weaves and Lambert, who played all the 
leading vaudeville bouses of tbe Pacific coast 
during the past two years, srs this week at 
Grand Fall* Park, Joplln. Mo., wblch will 
complete their tour of that State. Then tbey 
go to tbelr home at Denver. Col., and remain 
nntll Sept. 4. wben tbey return to San Fran- 
cisco, to sail on Sept. 12 for a two years' 
tour abroad, opening at Bydney, Aus. After 
playing Sydney tbey will go to Melbourne, 
Ballnrat, Oerlong ind Milan, Then they will 
make a complete tour of South Africa, re- 
turning to tbe State* about Sept. 20, 1006. 

Ball and Baby Dorrih, who concluded 
tbelr park work Baturday, July SO, at Olym- 
pla Park, Chattanooga, Tenn., bav* been on- 

Sged aa a special vaudeville feature for the 
yrkle-Uarder Co., Eastern, which opena 
Aug. IS, at Wllkeib8rre, Pa. 

BTallie Randall, who recently returned 
from the West, where she played over tbe 
circuit of parks, Informs u* tbst she wss 
very favorably received and met with gratify- 
ing results. Bbe will assume tbe leading 
Rsrt la 8am 8. Bbubert's production of "The 
he a ways" tbe coming season. Miss Ran- 
dall will be seen on ths Proctor circuit be- 
fore ber regular season begin*. 

Major O Laiioiilin, who played Johnson's 
Theatre, Waterloo, la., week of Aug. 1, haa 
signed with "Unci* Josh Bpruceby" Co., 
Eastern, for next season, which opens Aug. 
13, at Wsterleek, Mich. 

Mb. and Mas. W. B. Watson (Jeanette 
Dupree) are stopping at tbe West End Hotel, 
Asbury Park, N. J., and will remain there 
until tbey begin rehearsing for their stock 
company, at the Coxy Corner, Brooklyn. They 
will have three companies on tho road next 
season. Their opening skit at Brooklyn will 
be on the Russian-Japanese war. 

Lorrainb and Oandy have signed with the 
Irwin Bro*. for next sesson. 

Will Gasdineb, who has signed with J. J. 
Flynn, tor his Bummer park, reports that h* 
I* meeting wltb success doing bi* dsnclng 
act 

Mi.ls. Roue Burnt writes: "I was obliged 
to cancel week of July 81, at Rocky Point, 
it. I., on account of an attack of nervous 
prostration, snd am under ths car* of my 
physician, Dr. Ed. M. Thompson. In New 
York. Th* Rose-Edyth Billet will resume 
work week of Sept. S, at Gllmore'* Audi- 
torium, 1'bllsdelphls." 

Tub Wuallbys' Imperial Musical Duo, 
who are playing Hsvln Rock Theatre, have 
Wlnsted, Conn.; N. Y. City, Newark, Phila- 
delphia and Atlantic Lily to follow. 

Tlios. H. O'Nbil bas been engaged by Ouy 
Caufman, manager of "Railroad Jack Co., 
to assist In the management of tbe company, 
and Introduce bis specialty In tbe last act. 

A tour of Cubs and South America Is be- 
ing srranged for Alice J. Bbaw, tbe whistler. 



A company of well known vaudeville per 
formers Is to be engaged, with Mrs. flhaw 
ss tbe stellar attraction, and the plan Is to 



begin the tour wben Mr*. 8baw end* ber 
tour of the far Western States, which will 
be next Jxnuary. Bookings sre now being 
msde in tbe countries It Is proposed to visit 

Geo. W. Cunninoiiam mourn* the loss of 
his brother Edward, who died July 26, at 
bis bom* at Cincinnati, O,, from consump- 
tion, aged twenty-six yean. 

Harry Clark writ**: "Ws are In onr 
ninth week with th* Kiralfy Spectacular 
Co., at St. Louis. Tbe show Is a pronounced 
success. Th* radium dance I* (till tba feat- 
ure." 



MENNEN'vS 

Borated Talcum 
TOILET POWDEB 
for AFTEK SHAVING 




Insist that your barber use Mention's Toilet 
Powder after ho shaves you. It la antlseptto 
snd will FRR VENT any at Ihe many skin diseases 
often contran'ed. A positive relief tor PRIqKLY 
IIKAT, CIIAKIMl, HONBURN, and all sffllctUStiaof 
ihe skin. Removes all odor ol penplratton. 
(let Mestnen'a-iho original. Bold everywfiere, 
or mailed for It cents. Sim)*- nw. - i 

QERH1RD MENNEW CO., NEWAHI, | J. 

"??» Memo's VIM Tileii §£? 




Hhoulrl tupoclally appeal to Actreisss, as 
It rieautlo.es ihe brows and lubes, snd *tlm*laUa 
their growth as nothing else will. It gradually 
■larkens the brows and lashes, making them thick 
ani" long. Is not at Dya. AOe. a Jar. 

DREAM VIOLET TALOIift PIIWDGH, 
a dslnly luxury for toilet andliath, with tbe odor 
of the fresh violet. In del Icato silk bag*, too. 

Sold at John Wanamaker'i, and at leading drug- 
gists and department stores, or sent dlreot on 
receipt of jrfco. 

DHKAM CUE AM CO. (Dopt. C). 

la Union Siiusre. N. Y. Oily. 



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THEATRICAL 
COLD CREAi. 

There are many Oold Cream PresaraUoas os 
the market today, some an OOOB-othatl nit 

BFCTTKE— Bat Holnnerney's Is BEST. 

Th* Ingredient* of MoInnenMj'i Oold Ortaa 
*r* pore and harmless, and wben yon onos dm 
till* preparation you will want no other. 

thar good quelltle* In It* favor are Its dtUeatg 

Ei-fume, smooth whiteness and cooling proptrua*. 
id It does not cost a* much a* many ol U* fat 
inferior preparations. 

69o." 

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SORE AND BLEEDING GUMS 

Soft and spongy gums are made health/ 
by tha mildly alkaline and astringent prop- 
erties of SOZODONT. II Is tha most 
fragrant deodorizer and anlliepllo dentifrice 
known to Ihe world. 

SOZODONT 

TOOTH POWDER 

Ihe complement of SOZODONT Liquid, has 
abrasive properties, vet Is absolutely, free 
from grit and acid, fl will not tarnish gold 
fillings or scratch the enamel. 



I FORM* i LIQUID, PO WDEB, PASTE. 
CALL. 




McMAHON'8 

kTaatOM Theatrleal 

RESTAURANT 

ATI illTH AVtlHK, 

Between nth and 2Mb Bis., 

NKW YORK 0ITT> 

Bestot Kood.Perfeetlj Cooked, 

Served. Prices 



Deilclously 
reasonable. 
Room for U 



Special 
die*. 



Dining 



Staamshlp 
Maj.llro*J*cl - - 

AT LOWKIT HATEI, 

Casino Theatre Building, 140« Broadway, 

KILASK WIIITCOMB COBPAiiT, T«l.l3U-Jath 8L 



{TICKETS 



PERFORMERS "Hr EUROPE 

Should apply for lowest passage rate* gad 
full particular* at . , 

RAYMOND & WHITGOMB C0 H 

PJBW VOBK-%1 UHIOI* AtiCAIlE, W. 
BOSTON— nOrt WAHIIIN'OTON BT. 
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Kiac'ly a* new. Kleclrlo Lamp. Rheostat and- 
Oxy. liyd. Jet. 1*03 pattern. Only too. Alio 
Anentraph and ftptlgrspb, cheap, snd a big lot 
of JneflLIIH very low. * 

II. P0V7BLL, H H. 10th St., Phil*., Pa. 



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THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 13. 



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Por 100, • - 13,00 

Band for r oraplet. 
Campaign Lilt. 

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HO ■■ MAD1BOM ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 



SLOT MACHINE 



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Operated by depositing a 
penny. It ■ the handsomest 
ud most graceful machine 
of Its kind, and u en immense 
money maker. These ma- 
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•n»rteredoikoibineie,M|bJy 
polished, lined with red Tel- 
vet, ud hat conspicuous red 
ilfni. They ibow the exact 
number of square laches of 
sir the lungi oontaln, end 
I show the space the sir takes 
I np when in one 1 * body. 

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■oo eel ■pjPBMpOj »0» <N| 

fMUrr, U5 ELxhth At.. ■ 
City, iT7Y.,17. O.A. 



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Quickly 

IHETHS 



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ROUTE 



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JERSEY 

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8HOW TENT8. 

Equal to any In workmanship, ahnpe and 

?usllty. Oct our prices before buying. Areata 
or Ktdd'e lights and Baker torches. Black 
tents for moving pictures. Good second hand 
toots from 35x60 to 125x300, at Bargains. 
BAKER A LOCKWOOD, Successor to V. J. 
Baker, elB Delaware Bt, Kansas City, Mo. 

Rhonemos Leg Improver 

F»tent*d, 
xeeilyeti 




rooked or 

. rattht . ao matter hew mSS 

Of crooked lh» If li . U ads of al ami- 



paste. 



si iBTlalblei 
»r kaov 
seed 



so lseoaT*Btese«i 
i hew* than on 
ordlssur 




'MORPHINE 

"""* To proro that tho Earrli Treatment 

res former ALL drug bablu. we> will aecd 

XMTE". trial packago In plain namr, 

wWmMm upon leanest. It >ou don't seed It 

•end the n ani« of a friend who doea, Wr as ps 

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I I* 7MHonoiolnAvo.,MloiMOftlls,Mloo. 

i It Largest Btock of Slides, Mime and Sup- 

wJftfr pl'ei In the Northwest. Qcod Films 



wanted. Bargain List* 
OAS ORDERS FILLED 



PROMPTLY. 




MUM. 

HERALD ItJUA'E, N. Y., 
FOR YOTJB 

TRUNKS. 

Best In the world for the 
money. Write f r catalogue. 



EXHIBITIONS 
THAT ARE UP 
TO DATS, FUR- 
NISHED BT 
PROF. OHAS. aABRIOH, Blnghamton, M. T. 



BALLOON 



At Liberty. 



Ltdiei' Orchestra. 



IGHT READEH. 
Address PROF. F. 8. ROOBkLBATJ. 

•31 Pleasant Btreet, Worcester, Haas. 



& F. GROTTA, DRUGGISTS, 

446 SIXTH AVE., Corner 27th STREET, N. Y., 

Dealers in Theatrical Specialties, 

M. STEIN'S COLD CREAM 

TO 




DOBIN Ho. 18 BOTJGE, 15c. JAVA POWDER, 21c. 

TETLOWS 8WANSD0WN, 8c. GOSSAMEB, 15c. 




FIREPnOOF PALMS, TREES, FERNS, HUES « FLOWERS, 

FOR THEATRICAL AND STAGE USE HADE TO ORDER. 

We carry a Full Line of Artificial Decorations, Msde Especially for Stage Uses and OrMmenW Set 
tlnga. Send for eatlmaies, describing whstyou want, and we will guarantee satisfaction. Write for 
Catalogue No. 10. 

BOTAHICAL DEC0BATIH8 CO., Ho. 271 Wabash Ave., CHICABO. 



PROCTOR'S 

ENTERPRISES. 

F. F. PROCTOR, Mo Proprietor ond Mantotr 
I. AUSTIN FYNE8, Gimrsl Muogor. 

6 BEAUTIFUL THEATRES 6 

Devoted to IteDatd Entertalomenl. 
Proctor's Bth Are. Theatre, Proctor', 
aad It. Theatre, Proctor's Both Bt. 
Thesstro. Proetor'a 120th St. Theatre, 
Proetor'a Newark Theatre, Proetor'a 
Albany Theatre. 

PROCTOR'S STOCK CO. 
Presenting BestPlays. 

WANTED. BEST ACTS IN 

VAUDEVILLE. 

If you do not receive a reply, It may be 
because tbe time la filled ; you are therefore 
advised to write again In four weeks. Do 
NOT encloae ttamp for reply. 

INSTRUCTIONS TO ARTISTS BOOKED: 



Bend 



plots of acta; complete "prop" lists; If can 
open and close In one ; EXACT time of acts, 
and of "close In;" billing for newspapers 
and programmes ; and CLEAN PHOTO- 
GRAPHS for LOBBIES TWO WEEKS In 
ADVANCE OF OPENING DATE AT EACH 
HOUSE, addressing RESIDENT MANAGER. 
FAILURE TO COMPLY with these IN- 
STRUCTIONS WILL SUBJECT ABTISTS 
to the BISK OF CANCELLATION. VAUDE- 
VILLE BEUEABSAL8 MONDAYS, A. M., 
SHARP. 

Playwrights, Authors and Play Agents, 
Vaudeville Artists and Players, address 

J. AUSTIN FYNE8, General Manager, 

FIFTH AVE. THEATRE, N. T. OTTT. 



DoYouWANTMIUTARYGOODS? 

BAND UNIFORMS, ARMY or NAVY SUITS. 
TESTS. O0N8 and EQUIPMENT OF EVERY 

DESCRIPTION. From Government Auction. 
No matter wbat you want In that line I can 
supply It. New or second band. Send for 
catalogue. B. a ABRAHAMS, 

123 South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



PHOTOGRAPHS 

Cabinet Photos of yourself for selllng.OUO per 1,000. 

New Edena carbon A finish. Samples for dime. 
r BU8BAND OR WIFE PHOTOS, §8.00 
C par l.oro: FORTUNES, boc: Samp. 10c 
I» Pill LICC For Furore Photographs 
In Utlllt LO and Losers' Post Office, 
a CO.. lei- " WUlard St., Phlla.. Pa. 



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F» U A Y S 

I."OR STOCK THEATRES, REPERTOIRE 
COMPANIE8 AND 81'ECIAL ROAD PRO- 
DUCTIONS, also written to order, revised 
and FOIt SALE. Send for latest catalogue. 
T. II. W'INNETT, 1402 B'way, New York 
City. The Emergency Bureau. 



FOR SALE— Four Act Force Comedy, 

THE RUBY RIMar"--^ 8 

AUTHOR, FRED MARTON. Written for special- 
ties. To be sold cheap, to settle the estate. It la 
fully copyrighted. JOHN HO WORTH , 
U P Lebanon Bt.. Maiden. Mam 

WANTED. 6wd Acts fir Free Sunur 6ir- 

DEN, AT ALL TIMES. TEAMS AND SlSTElt ACTS 
WASTED. Also Good Single Ladles. First class 
board and room, at as, In note), neit door. Salary 
must be very low. Address 

VENETIAN GARDES, Bleubenvllle, Ohio. 



WANTED, 

A Piccolo and Trombone, 

LOW P ITCH, for Concert Band abont to make a 
tour of Europe. Applicants state age, nationality, 
experience and salary expected, cle.rof all ex- 
penaes. Addreis "PICCOLO," care of CLIPPER. 



ohao. THE JEWELL8 BOT 

AT LIBERTY, owing to disappointment 
OOHBDIAM - - SOIBHKTTE. 

Open for Vaudeville. Good Med. Co., or First Clsss 
Rep. Change Hpeola'tles for one week, fake piano. 
On recrlot of tickets will Join at once. Wire or 
write, THE JEWELLS. Connors, N. B., Can. 
P. B.— We are not Uoket grafters and mean bis. 



kNTKD. 

800D B-flit CLABIOIET PLAYEBS 

TO TAKE POSITION AS ATTENDANT IN CUS- 
TODIAL ASYLUM. Wages to start $20.00 per 
month and maintenance, opportunity to practice. 
Other musicians, write. Address BAND LEADER, 
Borne State Ouatodlal Aaylum, Rome, N. Y. 



SIDE SHOW PAINTINGS 

MIDWAY PROMTS. 

K. 1. HAYDBN A CO., US B'way, B'Uyn, N. T. 



SPECIAL NOTICE, 



THE 



New Prospect Theatre, 

OX.SVELAND, Ohio, 

Has been added to the Keith Clreatt, and 
w ill hereafter be known as the 

Keith Theatre, 

4HD OPESED EiBLT 15 SEPTESBEB. 

For Ume at this house. In coilunctlon with tbe 
balance of tbe Keith Circuit, adarest all commu- 
nications to ■■ K. HOOOSOH, 

Keith's Union Square Theatre, or 
VAUDEVILLE MANAGERS 1 ASSOCIATION. 
St. James Building, New York. 



Sweiland Opera House 

I if VILLE, I. T. 

Entirely new, with modern Improvements, Seat- 
ing capacity 800. New electric railway, ncr y 
completed, will pass tbe door, conne ting with 
the famous Chsutaaqua Assembly Grounds and 
small towns in good fanning sections. In order 
to give the peop'e good attractions and get tbem 
coming, tbe management hss conclndrd to rent 
the boose at coat, $12.00 per night, and do yonr 
bill posting and advertising in local paper, season 
1904-OJ. Next season we hope to get onr money. 
Yours for business, 
W. 8. PATTKKBOW. Manager. 



FOR THE STAGE. 

SLIGHTLY USED. Also STREET GOWNS. We 
have on hand a large assortment of slightly worn 
Evening Gowna, Dinner, Reception and Tea Gowns. 
These robes are perfect In every respect, and are 
especially suitable for wear In HIGH CLASS DRA- 
MATIC PRODUCTIONS, Wo hares full line of 
Seal Skin Coats and Purs of all kinds. 
MBS. H. BTABR, S67 South State 8t, CHICAGO. 



EIGHTH ANNUAL FAIR, 

AT McDONAtD, PA., 

AUG. 31, SEPT. 1 AHD », 1004, 

WANTS Attractions of all kinds, Midway Shows, 
Balloon. Lots money In vicinity; on yonr way to 
Wheeling fair the following week. 
STEWART GHINE, Trees.. 

B. FRANK.LE, Sec, 

J. 0. ROGERS Pre*. 



FILMS FOR RENT 

(0,000 FEET OF THE LATEST 

SpecUculor, Wir, Historical, Scenic, 

MyttirloiM and Comedy Feature 

Subjects to Select From. 

LATEST ILLUSTRATED SONG SETS RESTED. 
Write for Int. Terms right 

C. E. VAN DUZEE, jjjjargfr 



STREETFAIRS,CARNIVALS,GELEBRATIONS, 
CONVENTIONS. CENTENNIALS, Etc. 



BEAD THE 



NEW YORK INFORMANT. 

For Sale by Newsdealers or at Office. 
Ml JOHN ST., W. T. City, 



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J. C. GOSSCO. .ft 

Ballder. of R. ■ 

HOW CANVA 



Catalogue andl r mn DETROIT 
2nd Hand List) rlCC. MICH. 







ATTENTION, COMMIES. 

THBEE LAEOE HALLS FOB BBHEABSALS, 

EQUIPPED WITB STAGS AND SCENERY. 

PALM GARDEN, Ad3,U E D .ft , T 8 ?h 8rreir a, * C8 ' 

Day and Evening. Inquire on Premises. 



WANTED, 

Vaudeville Talent. 

Contlnuons Performance, Female singers and 
Dancers, for Btreet Fair and Band Tournament, to 
be held Sept. 11, it and 15. Addrest, st once, 
STREET FAIR, Rlvertbn, Nebraska. 



[Don't Standt Sit Down. 

l.Joo Folding Chairs, lot M loch long; all wood 
Folding Settees; one ssibo 8ft. wMi Hack 
Gable Tent; one three Seated Caonr- ■ 
Board; two Back Seats, reversal 
Truntlre, large and mod. THE FI! . _. 
EST TONED FOLDING ORGAN, OHL 
B. H. ARMBRU8T0R.8P 



IB^SWEE- 
rtegjeld, 111, 



gecoDo HiBd BAUD TH8TBDIE1T8 

BODGHT, BOLD and KI OHAN a ID. Send for com- 
plete Lis*. PRANK HOLTtm * CO., 
101 E. Madison Street, Chicago, 111. 



TO BAND- 

ORCHESTRA 

LEADERS 

To Introduce our new band and orchestra musis 
we will mall you any one of the following named 
selections for 18 cents, any two for as cents, 
or any five for 00 cents. Always state whether 
you wish tbe music for band or orchestra. When 
ordering orchestra music, state whether you wish 
10 parts and piano, 14 parts, or full orchestra 

Tbe following numbers are all published for 
orcheaTa, and those marked with star [•] are pub- 
lished for band also: 

•Patlma Intenntsso. [Two-step]. 
•Field Bugler's March. [Two-step]. 
•Down in the Deep. { Art. frompopnlar bass 

La Caaa Lenan Waltxea. 

Tell He Will My Dream Cease True 

Walta. [Arranged from popu.sr ballad]. 
•Coona In the Canebrake. [Two-ttep]. 
Sweetheart! nnd Hoses Walts. 
•Raajinn KaweUngs. [Two-step]. 
Panama Rag. [Two-step]. 

Send for onr THEMATIC catalogue 
OF BAUD AMD ORCHESTRA MUSIC, 

and for particulars regarding our ORIGINAL, 
50 CEBT LEADERS* CL.UB. 

THE AlBBIGBT ID8IG COBPAH Y, 

195 Woboso Ave., tolcogo, IU. 



OUR SPRING CATALOGUE 

Issued April 1, will contain a complete line of 
goods used bv Street Hen, Carnlwml Men 
and (.'anvaaiera. Please send in yonr per- 
manent address. Catalogue will be sent to yon 
free of charge. 

LEVIN BROS., 

Established 188*. 
80-32 N. sixth Street, Terra Haute, lnd. 



NO PLAGE LIKE HOKE. 

PALOS PARK IS A SUBURB OF CHICAGO. 

The scenery of wooded hills with creeks and 
springs makes it a charming place for home. It 
Is healthful and restful. Fare, 18c Many families 
have located, and among them quite a few families 
of actors wbo find It convenient to their business, 
snd a fine place for home. We sell large lots, coi 
UOfU. on Umbered hills, at $J60; fio cash and $10 
monthly ; send for literature; names of actors given 
by request Monaon A Co.. lit LaSaUe St-, Chicago. 



PICTOBIAjL show 
PRINTING 

For All ninth of 8hows. Write for 
Simple* ud Prices. 

TIE DOIALSOlt LITHO CO., 

Newport. Ky. 



"Tell It To Me" 



■SEA KESD ALL'S 8d BOOK. 
ALL NEW — JUST OUT. 
For tale on all trains and news stands, or by 
" 9»«. Address EZRA KENDALL, 
' Eossth Tt* ATe„ Mt, VornonTMTT. 



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ALL KINDS, TO ORDER. 





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Bert Lennon 

AT TOST PASTOR'g, THIS WEEK. 



A First Class Vliliilst (Leader) Wants 

ENGAGEMENT for the Winter. AT LIBERTY 
AFTER SEPT. 1 Member A. F. of M. JOE LAZAR, 
care of Eent House, Lakewood, New York 



Wanted to Buy 

FILMS AND SLIDES Must be go<d and cbeao 
Also want Black Tent. BOX 182, St. James, Mo 



J. W. SCHWARTZ, - 

SKETCH WRITER. ' 

Discontinues ad. till Fall (to fill orders) 

DOYLE'S NEW THEATRE. 

ATLAN TIC OTTT, N. J. 

wE.HHE.TBT, . . Proprietor. 

600D VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

Hnwtijsjnext week open write or wire 

low,ii aamncr aalarw to 

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Made for Posters, Newspapers, Letter lleada, 
etc. SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER SIZES. CuS 
delivered when cash accompanies the order. Send 
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best work promptly and at the lowest price. 
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Stallmao's Dresser Trunk 

Wy to get at everytWog without 
disturbing anything. 1.0 toMgss 
InpaoklDgandnnpacklDg. Light. 
strong, roomydrawers. Holds sa 
much sod costa no more than a 
good box trunk. Hand-riveted, 
strongest trunk mads. Insp'J 1 
room serves as chiffonier. C.o.u. 
with privilege of examination. 

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8 

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Mrs Barry Momn, Western *Dwni,La»rr«Dee 

A Lawrence, Stewart A OUIen , Bdwarda k *>nner. 

and others. Ask tbem wkat Va do and bow tow 

" lare. Drop ns a Hoe for cJrcjlars. 

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_ rata sow Mitsfacniw »aa. 
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A Lawrence, Stewart A OUIen. Edwards 

and others. Ask tbem wkat we do ant. - 

our prices ^re,. JPjop «_a lltae for^olrc^rs. 



B E S? L1TH06RAPH' 

ABOUT HALF THE PRICE 

IE* Li TH0-TIHT PAPER 

SSHD FOR OATALOOUI 

NorrisoD Show Print ost ■ j 




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FIbi Magical Apparatus, 



aLTJ8!ON8. TRIORS, Etc 
of oentury. fjW 

BOOK CATA- 



Grand End 

Illustrated. 



free by mad. 



LOOUE, too., neehy mau. 
Catalogne of Parlor Tricks free 
MART1HKA A 00.,MIrt.. 
«aj gth Ave^ N.Y __ 



.ROYALTY PLAYS, MANUSCRIPT. PARTS) 
:AND RIGHTS FOR A YEAR. TEN DOLLARS^ 
SENO FOR CATALOGUE. ALEX. 8YERS.J 
k"t.44 LA SALLE STREET, CHICAGO. ILL] 



JUST OUT, 124 PA8E ILLUSTRATED HA6IC 

CATALOGUE, 25c. ; STjr. CATAL-, 6c None 
free. Only N. E Agent for Uahatma, 10^. 
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August 13. 



THE XEW YORK CLIPPER. 



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ANTED! HARK! 



HARK! 



m 3L3 J WENTY BIG OUTDOOR ACTS WEEK SEPT. 26. 

iwo snows each day. No night show. State lowest salary, together with full description, in first letter. Address 

Fnp ,. . „. c ,?' TAYIjOR, Box ISO, Trenton, JST. «X. 

for Side Show Space and Speoial Privileges, address M. R. MARC E RUM, Sec% Trenton Fair. Trenton. N. J. 



CALIFORNIA. 

t/ 

i Oakland. — At the Macdonough Theatre 
'fCbss. P Hall, manager) the manager an- 
nounces that Kthel Barrymore will not play 
In this city. She was to appear here Aug. L\ 
:l In "Cousin Kate," but owing to Illness, her 
s'aklsnd, Stockton and Sacramento engage- 
ments were canceled. Henry Miller and Co. 
Aug. 21), 30. 

Libkhtv Pmyhoi'sb (H. W. Bishop, man- 
ager). — "Mr. Barnes, of New Vork," by Bish- 
op's Co., drew (airly week ending July 20. 
"The Man from Mexico" Aug. 1-41. 

Bkli. Thkatbe tKd. Homan. manager). — 
Features July 23 and week were : Alvlno and 
Ileta. Madeline Carbonetto, D'a and D'h, J. 
rnjTie. Jane Burgess, the Juggling Campbells, 
anf. the Unlque-o-scope. Business still con- 
tinues large. .'• 

Novelty Tiikatbk (Tony f.ubelskl. mana- 
ger). — For July 25 and week the features 
were: The Ellsworths, In "Silk Stocking." 
which scored a big success: the Markleys, 
Brydon's dog show, Walter Kcrrlck. Leando 
Bros, and Peeley, motion pictures. Business 
Is large. Cunning, "the man that no jail can 
hold,'' appears Aug. 1-0. ■ 

'KMriRE Theatre (I.ee F. Stone, manager). 
— Features July 25 and week were : The 
Great Fowlers, Ernest Edwards, Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank Horton, Le Nolr'a marionettes, 
and the vltagrnph. Business Is good. 

Iooia Park Theatre (F. L. Griffiths, man- 
ager). — Juanlta, the Great Mullally. Signor 
I.ucler, a farce comedy by Fred I.. Griffiths, 
manager of the above theatre, entitled "Ton 
Much Married." scored heavily, and the 
clneogrsph, week of July 25. Business has 
been -big. 

Notes. — Antone Lubeskl, the president of 
the Novelty Theatre Co., Inc.. leaves In about a 
week for Denver, Chicago and New York City. 
At Denver he will strengthen the conditions 
of the theatre company^ circuit there, and 
while in Chicago be will open offices for the 
looking agency for the three I. circuit, and 
the Goldsmith circuit of the Northwest affili- 
ation.- They will be able to give performers 
very near n year's straight work If they have 
the right kind of acts. From Chicago Mr. 
Lubelskl will go to New York, In the Inter- 
ests of the Novelty moving picture circuit, 
of which hi la the vice president. He will 
form a strong combination with the agent 
of the largest European Htm manufacturing 
concern that hue offices In this country. This 
will naturally make the Novelty picture cir- 
cuit one of the strongest In the United 
States. At the present time Mr.' Lubelskl Is 
in Reno, Nev„ buying out the entire owner- 
ship of tbe Grand Theatre, or that city, 
which, by the way. Is the largest theatre in 
the Stale of Nevada The Fifth Regi- 
ment Rand will give' an open air concert In 
City Hall 1'ark every Friday evening, com- 
mencing July 23, and continuing until Oct. 1. 

:H. \\. Bishop, manager of Ye Liberty 

I'layhouse, and family, are spending a few 

Rleasant weeks' vacation at McCray's, on the 
usalan River, Cloverdale. 

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er than ever, and are booked solid until May. 
Roster of the Eastern Co.: June Agnott, 
Helalnc Ilarte, Blanche Tarver, Edythe 
Jones, Hallle Tarver, Bertha Phelps, Sinclair 
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Penrln. — At the Grand (Chaatberlin, 
Harrington & Co., managers) the regular 
season opens Aug. 7. with Billy KersHnds' 
Minstrels. Coming: "At Cripple Creek" 11, 
"A Girl from Dixie" 16. "On the Bridge ut 
Midnight" 21, "Bird Centre" 22, 23, the first 
production. 

"Weast-. Theatre (C. F. Bartson, mana- 
ger),— Business Is fairly good. ■ Bill week of 
- 8 : .Taclton ; and Ddw; Lewis and Chapln, 
, Starke, and Jackson, Jesse Worth and Jessie 
Trio: .,.,•.. 

Jacobs' Theatre. (A. F. Jacobs, manager). 
— Business is picking up tine. Rill week ot 
8: The Smiths, tbe Princetons, the Mldgleys, 
O. F.. Ilockerfleld. 

Stone Hii.l Garden (Frank Grave, mnn- 
ager).— ','Down In the Coal Mine played to 
capacity July 25. Coming-: 8-13, Mark Elli- 
son. «ln "Harvest." 
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ft"Bfr Hattie McNutt, La Fayette McKee* 
Al. W. Fordyce, George Glrard, Krall Je- 
rome Paul Neuberi, Morgan GlUney, Wal- 
ter Warner, "Nina," the McNutt Twins, Dodo 
La \alllerre, Lucille McKee and Worth Glb- 
ney. This company is under the personal di- 
rection of Jack Hoeffler, proprietor and man- 
ager. Mr. Hoeffler continues to direct the 
affairs of the opera house under his manage- 
ment, and contemplates putting a third trav- 
eling company in the Held. His Eastern com- 
pany will present "A Daughter of Corsica," 
"Ranch King," "Prime of Liars," "Grand 
Ruby," "L'nder Two Flags," "Secrets of Rus- 
sian Police." "Tbe Rowery Boy," "A Fight 

for Honor," "Myrtle Ferns, rhe French 

Spy,' and the Western company's repertory 
consists of "Lynwood Mystery, "The Black 
Flag," "Camllfe," "A Divorce Cure," "Fan- 
chon the Cricket," "The Ptucnlx." "Secrets 

of Russian Police." "Jesse James. Way 

Back East," "Michael Strogoff," for which 
special scenery Is carried In abundance, while 
Mr. Hoemer's plan for treating his patrons to 
unusual and attractive specialties Is as much 
In evidence as heretofore. Mr. Hoeffler at- 
tributes his uniform success in securing su- 
perior acting people and high class vaudeville 
acts to his liberal use ot the advertising 
columns or The Cmiter, which recently 
yielded over live hundred answers to a single 
advertisement. To all familiar with Mr. 
Hoefller's successful career as a manager the 
moral Is very plain — advertise where results 
are attained. 
: — Carl Cookson, formerly proprietor and 
manager of the People's Theatre, Lowell. 
Mass., has sold his Interest In same to Harry 
Woodward, and has gone in advance of "The 
Streets of New York" Co.. touring Maine for 
the Fall and Winter season. 

— Harry E. McKee, comedian, and wife 
f Alius Rutherford), and their son, Baby Jack, 
have left Canada, where tbey have been fish- 
ing and spending the Summer, to spend a 
week with Daniel McClure, who hag a chicken 
farm at Macedonia. 0. 

— Ed. Anderson's latest melodrama, "The 
Midnight Flyer," opens the season at Chicago 
Heights, III., on Sunday, Aug. 7. Tbe fol- 
lowing people have been engaged : Harry II. 
Lamuunt, Ben Ezzell, Harry Bannister, 
Thomas Richardson, Heber De" Long, Royce 
Alton, Jobn CHfford. Arthur Wagner. Master 
('has. Grelner, Louise Willis, Lou Paillette, 
Alene Merrill and Maud Hastings. An excel- 
lent route has been booked, Including a num- 
ber of return dates. La mount and Paulctte 
will be the special vaudeville features. 

— Notes from Patten & Perry's "Jerry 
from Kerry" Co. : i Uur entire company of 
twenty-two people were special guests of the 
Welsh Bros.', Circus, at Wlnsted, Conn., 
Thursday, July 28, and to say we were used 
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Dea Molaea. — At Ingersoll Park (Fred 
Buchanan, manager) the bill week of July 
31 was about the best ever Keen at this re- 
sort and drew large crowds dally. The 
Ten Royal Japs, who won so much praise 
. the previous week, were retained for last 
week and ' there were Milton and Dolly 
Nobles, , Fanny Rice and her talking dolls, 
lretferlck Bros, and Burns. Itawson and 
June and Mr. and Mrs. Watrotta, all of 
whoth. (wive excellent satisfaction. Bill for 
neekrflf i : Brown. Harrison and Brown. Smith 
and Fuller. M'snouette Kokln. Knimett Cor- 
rlgaiTTrlo, Oalettfs monkeys and Bush and 
Gordon. 

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tininhn._At Boyd's Theatre (W. J. Rur- 
gess/nianiger) "The Creole" was the attrac- 
tion-July Ul-Aug. 3. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" 
-Ml.- This was Intended to close the season 
of the Kerrls Stock Co. but, as the attendance 
keeps up -to tbe capacity of the house and 
the weather Is cool, they have decided to 
'ontlnue another week and will present "The 
Galley Slave" T-10. 

Notes All the parks are doing indifferent 

mislriess on account of the cool weather.'. . 
Hlngllng Bros.' Circus had large crowds af- 
ternoon and night of July f M The Fall 

festivities of tbe Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben will 
be held Sept. 28 to Oct. 8. "Pony" Moore 
will again have charge of the street fair. 

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Washington. — Theatricals here attll 
'■ontlnue at a very low ebb, only one house 
being opened. 

I.TcrrH Theatre (Kugene Kernan. man- 
ager).— Kd. Rush's Utopians opened the sea- 
son Jast week tn excellent business. The 
show.- Is better than ever, and It Manager 
Kernan keeps ^up the pace the season will 
be a prosperous one. Some difficulty was 
encountered early In the engagement on ac- 
count' of a threatened strike on the part 
"f the orchestra, which was happily averted 
by tbe prompt action of Managers Kernan 
and Riiah. Weber's Parisian Widows Aug. 
1. *.-«<». 

Ai ■aiu:my or Mriio will open Aug. in. 
Willi "The LlghlhmtM> bv 111* Sea," to he 
followed by Nellie Mellcnry, In ' U'llaa, 
1:227. 

Xutrcs. — Tbe National Theatre wiR open 



and wife and all members of the circus force 
did everything they could to make It a Joyous 
day for us, and one we shall never forget. 
Klks and Eagles were numerous and we were 
treated to everything from lemonade up to a 
good, wholesome dinner. We all returned to 
our tents at Torrlngton, Conn., with the 
highest praise for all people with Welsh 
Bros.' Circus. 

— Lonsdale Theatre Co. Xotea (Hal Bar- 
ber, manager) : We opened June 17. played 
live weeks and then reorganized. The com- 
pany Is stronger than ever. Fourteen |ieople 
are carried, and with all new scenery (nine- 
teen drops 1, bric-a-brac, good plays, and a 
line reputation, the company cannot help be- 
ing a success. Mr. Barber has only been In 
the business six years, and this Is his llfth 
vear as a manager, but he has so improved 
his company each year that It Is now rated as 
one of the atnndard repertory companies of 
the West. Roster: Lelghton Stark (third 
season), Wesley Wlnthrope (second season), 
Clui-.. R. Avers (third season). Will H. Bruno. 
Ren W. Stone. Rush Thompson, Harry Hay- 
den, Nellie Stark (third season). Francis Rus- 
sell (second season). Caroline Farrell, Beryl 
May, Gypsy Meredith. Dansell Sisters. 

— William H. Crane has gone to Cohasset. 
Mass., to remain until Aug. 25. when he re- 
turns to New York for rehearsals of "Busi- 
ness Is Business." Mr. Frnbman last week 
announced the company to ' support Mr. 
Crane, wh!ch will Include Joseph Wheelook 
Jr.. Walter Hale. Katherlne Grey. Mrs. D»l- 
Icnbnugb, George Backus. Sheridan Block. 
Harrv Saint !Uaiir, R. Payton Glbhs, Guy 
Nichols, W. II. Dupont. Gabrlelle Ravcnelle, 
Emma Field and George V. r>e Vere. 

— Notes from "Thou Shalt Not Kill" Co. : 
This will lie the first American organisation 
for vears to make a complete continuous tour 
of- the world, opening at the Grand Opera and an 
House. Philadelphia, Aug. 22. with New York • to support his stars. 
to follow, and then a tour of twenty-two of closing perforinam 
the principal cities to San Francisco, where mi, b It 
the entire company will take the steamer for 
Yokohama. Japan. We will then play a 
fifteen months tour of Japan. China. Au- 
stralia, India and Europe. Count Leo Tolslol 
expects to witness the production next Jun.-, 
In St. Petersburg, Russia, under the patron- 
age or the Cur of Russia, American Coniul 
Smith and others celebrities of tbe Russlsn 
capital. The members engaged are : Virginia 
Drew Trescott, Alyce Kee Nan, Marie Win- 
ston. Annette Hanson. Henrietta Mayer, 
Helen Jones. Rose Manning. Ralph f'um- 
niliurs, lien. S. Trimble. Tony Asher. Clms. 
F. Ward. Wllllnril Blncltmore, Erie Ilraddon 
nnil Lottie Hyde. 

— Maxie'B. I-awrence Joined the llenderwiii 
Stork Co. on July 28. to play soubrettes and 
boys, and do her specialty. 



— A. C. Allen has leased "A Romance of 
Coon Hollow" for the coming season, und will 
personally manage the same. Ills season will 
open In Si. Johns. Mich.. Aug. 1(1. and a trip 
to the roast over the Northern Paclllc and 
back. via. the Great Northern, will lie made 
in the early Fall. The company engaged con- 
sists of: Kstelle Ferry, Lola T. Davis. Alda 
Gardner, Georgia Gray, W. J. Hurley, Geo. T. 
Haines. Arthur wirier. Samuel Gnlnes. Louis 
Simmer, Ralph Matteson, G. W. Snowden, 
Samuel Cook, IlenJ. Jones, and Hie Coon Hol- 
low Ouartette of singers and dancers, wllh C. 
S. Callahan In advance. The play Is e<|ulp|ie<l 
with entirely new flre-iiroored scenery. 

— L. J. slevlti has taken the lease an man- 
agement ol "Slaves of the Mine" for the com- 
ing season, which he has booked In the East- 
ern cities. Among the conipuny signed are : 
Win. Wagner. Louis I'lt/ioy, Robt. Krlckaun, 
Sidney L. Mason, Ralph Thayer, Louis South- 
worth, Kittle Webb. Marie Van, Edith Alton, 
and J. II. McDonald, advance. The season 
will open Aug. 20, In Port Jervls. X. V. 

— Flo Irwin was engaged Inst week by 
Henry W. Savage lo play the role of Pamolo, 
Frances Jackson, the Boston school teacher. 
In "The Sultan of Suln." She will play (be 
role wnlrh wns played last season by Illnnclie 
Chapman. 

— Notes from the Van Etten-Echols Co., 
management of Echols at Hawkins: We an; 
now In our thirteenth week, having opened 
May !i. Thus far we have not played to it 
losing week. We are hooked through the 
West, playing only three night stands, ex- 
cepting our fair dates. The conditions 
through Western territory point to one of 
the most prosperous seasons In the history 
of the country. Politics, labor troubles and 
tbe St. Louis Fair are not causing any ills- 
turltanre In business circles there. If our 
business the past thirteen weeks Is an indi- 
cation of the future, we certainly have sub- 
stantial croiuids tor expecting a long and 
prosperous season. We have made some 
changes recently which have been greatly to 
our iR-nelit. ;' '. 

— The following people 'have been en- 

fuged by W. A. Junker, manager of J. <'. 
,ewls' "SI Plunkard" Co. : Thomas it. Beaty, 
Will Hartwcll. F. II. Glnnlvan, Alf. Bruce, 
Will Snyder. Jobn Arnold, Charlie Edwards, 
('has. It. Lovlck, I'roL G. Longenccker, Geo. 
Hoffman. Robert Kcholl, Fred W. OUT, It, P. 
Woodworth. Coe Rhea, (III11 Burr, Nne St. 
Clair and Maud Real Price. 

— Will A. l'nrtello. manager of the lleu- 
nctt-Moulton Co.. closed a successful season 
of forty-three weeks July Hi, uud Is spend- 
ing a few days at hla home In Barton. N. V., 
prior to bis opening In the same capacity 
with the alMve company. 

— The following nlayers have been engaged 
by Gus Hill for the Royal Llllpiitlana, In 
"Dreamland :" Mary E. Baker. Jennie La- 
mont. Martha Wels. Queen MaU, Charles 
Saunders, Charles Johnson, Wm. Rnstettc, 
Thomas Hodgmim, James K. Rosen, and Gel- 
letc and Couture. 

— Fred Godding writes : "My new play, 
'The Poor Mr. Rich,' Is a farce comedy. My 
manager; W, Walter Shuttleworth, has booked 
the attraction In the best city time through 
Michigan, Canada, Indiana. Ohio, West Vir- 
ginia, Pennsylvania and New York, opening 
at Lansing, Mich.. Oct. 3. We will have two 
men In advance, with a flashy line of paper, 
all special. My supporting company will 
number twelve people, Including a big feature 
vaudeville art. Nothing Is being spared lo 
inuke this one of the farce comedy successes 
of the season." 

— Arnold Daly arrived from Europe Inst 
week. He will revive "Cundidn" at the Berke- 
ley Lyceum Theatre, New York, early in the 
season. He will have two new productions 
by G. Bernard Shaw — "You Never Can Tell" 
and "Mrs. Warren's Profession." 

— JoeC. Berry und wife, Kate Stein Berry, 
are In' the sixteenth week of their Summer 
engagement with the stock company at Stone 
Hill Garden Theatre. Peoria. III. They have 
signed for the coming season with "A Thor- 
oughbred Tramp" (Eastern), under the man- 
agement of Harry Darlington. It will open 
at Dloomlngton, III., Aug. 21). 

- — Frank F. Miller, manager of the Miller- 
Bryan Co., recently closed s successful Sum- 
mer engagement with hla company at Battle 
Park Casino, Baton Rouge, La. Accompanied 
'iy Mlsa Bryan and M. B. Ktreeter he visited 
the World's Fair and then went to Spring 
Lake. Mich., where they will remain until the 
regular season opens. Mr. Miller will have u 
new production next year, entitled "Papa's 
Boy," featuring Blanch olgn Bryan and M. B. 
Streeter. Elaborate printing Is being used. 



-•— MhM Rlee. daughter or the late Dan 
Rice, was married lo Michael P. Walsh, 11 
11011 -professional, at the Church of SI, Thorn a* 
the Apostle, New York, Aug. 2. mid Minnie 
II. oiion was married at the same time and 
place to Edward (lately, a member of the 
business staff of "Peggy from Paris." Both 
young women were formerly witli "Peggy 
from Paris." 

■ — Notes from I he A ik weight & Richmond 
Dramatic Co. : Everything Is progressing 
nicely, and every one Is looking forward to 11 
long mid pleasant season. Our lime Is bunked 
solid for forty weeks in the best cities In 
the middle Wesl. Our paper is us line as any 
ever carried by a popular priced attraction, 
nnd every shift Is s|ieclal — and there is plenty 
of It. Our plays arc nil old slock pluvs. re- 
written and brought up to date, the follow- 
ing being a complete list of them : "Itnslnn 
Meddows," "The Willow Copse." "Print 

Froli, I'lii. Miller's Daughter," "Oliver 

Twist," "The Glided Age," "A Sister's Sin." 
"Police Alarm." "The old Farm Home" and 
"Rln Van Winkle." We will open In Crnw- 
fordsvllle, Ind., Aug. l.~, nnd will be In In- 
diana for two months, playing some of I ho 
big fair dates. Manager Hltiitx Is In New 
York on business. Mr. Richmond and Miss 
Arkwrlght have been spending the Summer 
at their country home, anil have Just come in 
to get ready for rehearsals. W. M. Monyer, 
who will lie seven dsys ahead, Is busy getting 
his paper out, as everything will 1st snipped 
iriieuil at least four weeks, so that there will 
be no chance hir disappointments. 

— W. E. Martin has engaged the following 
people lo support Murle Dale the coming sea- 
son : Clyde Franklyn. W. H. Ilamuer. Hugh 
Morrison,, Wilbur Atkinson, Robert Hnnln- 
way, Lee O. Ciimmlngs, It, J, Murphy, Wm. 
Ilrogley, Harry Kiting, Alleen Morrison, Baby 
llernvce, Gertrude Phelps, Mrs. (1. E. Tlhleii, 
Kthel Sbiiiv and Fred Myers, W. E. Martin 
Is iimniiger ; Wilbur Atkinson, stage mana- 
ger: II. ,1. Murphy, stage carpenter: Win. 
Broglcy. properties; Harry EH lug, business 
manager : Prof. Fred Myers, iiiusIchI direc- 
tor. Miss Dale's repertory will include: 
"Mugda." "Inrellce," "A Wife's Honor," 
"Mm Rob," "Hess, of Navajo Ranch." "Her 
only Sin," "Ileyond the City" and "Two 
Nights in Rome." 

— AL Beaaley Joined Hie Myrkle Harder 
Stork l.'o. (Eastern) at Wllkeslstrre, I'a.. Aug. 
1, for the regular season. He writes Hint, 
he has Is'cn the guest of Pelilmnn mid Ball, 
of the Irving French l.'o,, for ten days. 

— Slater and Finch, comedy duo, write 



'We lira with Angell's Comedians (Southern) 

sponsible on 
1 laities. Wo will All all our dales In the 



playing responsible purls and doing our spe 



sting 

excellent company has been engaged 

He writes that at the 

at Raton Rouge, La.. 

Miss Itrynn was the recipient of many floral 

tributes to her popularity In thai city. 

. — 1. A. K. Malone. general stage ilsreclnr 
for George Edwardes, sailed from IxiikIoii 
last week for New York. He will stage "The 
School Girl." In which Charles Frohman und 
George Edwardes will present Edna May. 
• — I Mamie Lamb gave some of her profes- 
sional friends a supper at Mrs. Tynan's, III 
Brooklyn, N. Y., on her birthday, July 211. 
Mrs. Tynan, in honor of the event, furnished 
the decorations. Among the Invited guests 
were: Larry Smith nnd Mamie ciiauiplnu. Mr. 
nnd Mm. Sullivan, Mr. nnd Mrs. Item/., Agnes 
l.'nalle. Knllierliie Thorn,- Kilty Lncelte. Mil- 
dred- Held, Mny Desmond, liilly Mcllnlile. 
.lames Tynan. Will Tynan, (i random and 
Grandpa Tynan, James McGeru, Frank L. 
Morgan. 



still using our winner, 'The Rehear 
sal,' I n I reducing the latest songs." ' 

— .lames U filass writes: "The Donna Troy 
Stock t.'o. Is now reorganizing for the Fnll 
season, adding to the cast and reheiirslig 
new plnys, at Murysvllle, O. Spencer 
Walker, who was Interested in the Summer 
show, will no longer be connected with my 
enterprises. The leads In 'A Desperate Crime' 
will be played by Donna Troy nnd Franklyn 
Hall. This is one or the big city prisliii-llons, 
under my management. My new play, 'The 
Christian end the Turk,' will bo produced by 
the Donna Troy Stock Co." 

— "From Rags to Riches," which wns one 
or Inst season's melislrainalle successes, Is 
announced by M. H. Meyers lo open lis an- 
nual tour st New Haven. Conn., Aug. 22. 
Master Joseph Huntley, the boy actor, will 
again 1st seen In the leading role. In which 
be made u pronounced success last season. 
A large amount of new and handsome scenery 
will Is? used lit this season's product Inn, be. 
sides numerous novel and elect rlcnl effects. 
The supporting company Is said to Is* one of 
the strongest ever secured for melodrama. 
and Includes the following people: Frank 
Rollesfon. Jean Clarendon, Edwin Brewster, 
Harold 'Vnslmrgh, Sidney Olcoll, James Hu- 
ron. Harry M. Brookes, Grace Wllmotl, 
Blanche Thomas, Ijinrence Huntley and (lllle 
Young. 

—-Lloyd C. Ingrnliam nnd Nellie Hiilhn- 
way, members of Jule and Elmer Walters' 
Co.. phiylug at l'ie California Tlienlre, Sun 
Frnnrlsco, were married nt Oakland, Cnl., 
July 22. 

— Notes from Corse Pnyton's Comedy Co.: 
A very busy place these days Is Corse Pay- 
ton's Lee Avenue Theatre, In Brooklyn. Be- 
sides (he comedy company, three others of 
Mr. Pnyton's companies lire rehearsing. Home 
of the people ' engaged for the Corse Payton 
Comedy <"o. are: J. 'P. Macauley, manager: 
W. A. Wesley, representative ; John Terrlss 
nnd Ida Glenn, lending business: Hurry I.ee. 
land, Ned Curllss. Frederick Strong. Henry 
Testa. Fred Rose, Frank Wnlker, Edwin Dull- 
ley, ITorenee Hastings, Josephine Fox, Na- 
nette Dover, eblbl actress; Eriiisi Hay. and 
the vaudeville features. It Is the highest 
salaried nnd Is-st company Mr. Payton hns 
ever gotten together. Among the list of plays 
lo ls> presented are: "Cumberland, 'III," 
"When Her Soul Speaks," "No 'Cross. No 
Crown.". "Ilerond Pardon," "Captain or Hie 
Nonesuch," "Drink," '"Hie Worst Woman In 
Paris," and 11 hlg scenic revival or "The Two 
Orphans." The season opens Aug. 22, at 
Pmigbkeepsle. N. Y. 

— - Heath Gregory, n concert and drawing 
room singer, hns been engaged by I''. 1.'. Wlill- 
iier tor the principal biisso role wllh Mine. 
Schumann ID-ink, In "The Loll cry or l^ive." 

— Allele llltcble. who was operated on re- 
cently ror appendicitis nt Dr. Gill Wylle's 
private ssultoiiuiu, In New Vork, Is recover- 
ing rapidly. 



T. F. GAMBLE 

LEADER— BDBLESQDE SHOW, 
AT I^IBB>RTY. 

Past a seasons WnsUnlnslar Theatre, Prov.. R. I. 
Address 11 IIVIION ST,, Provldonco, R. I. 



REOPKNRil 



SKMK NKW MANAIIKIIIItNT, 
uttKKNWlrn OPKII.I iiousk! 
Hood open lime for onu night attractions. First 
Oman manager* write. 

A. It. Ilnw AKI),.MAnngcr, Uroenwloli, 0. 

AT LIBERTY— STRINS BASS AND CORNET; 

Would like to '•j^-a.KKu'!,^ '* 

West Main St.,'ltockvllle, Coup, 



CD-SKETCH TEAM. 

State ail in nrst letter ; do not misrepresent: will 
answer hv wirinwo are making two week standi. 
WlllTKSPKARMKI).J)..Chrlsm»n. III. 

., ,J *. D * w '" "°" *omc Handsome Street anil 

!L K l 8 M : i™ w _iJL l « | h »••. Ill apartment, esaLN.r. 
l-NIVKHgAL. EDISON ~ asXHlBITlON 
S^.SlSJi^. ""'"ntwl. In Quo ordor, late dale. 
££•££? ?,' "i 100 ' * »»mbor of good Second 
Ii?JtJ." n ?^ t, S!! ,, ?. > e, °" ,on *" onM " pnMlhie; 
alio Kdlson Exhibition or Universal Klnetoicope 

MKUHANIO. uara of G MPrKIL_ 

*,2X.W!! VKI> AT ONC ID-First Utiles CLAHIO. 
NBTISr and PIANIST, for linn hotel nroheilra. 
Must bo gentlemen as woll as musicians. Olhor 
good men write also. Address 

IIKNItV /. HRK8, UrovanUL U^ 

CHEAP FILMS, Moving PloilltB MsohTtioi. 
Oainarai, Lanterns, Isiiiscs. Song slides and limply 
fold and nought. Spoolal films and slides nude, 
8how» glyan. Export mochiolci. Gorman-Am. 
Cme. * Mm Uo., MSK. osih St., N.Y. Tol., 4M J?W. 

amna «MMn "a«d uuuammm 

for any Instrumotit or number of liislrunionts 
^dgs.worrtsafid mu.lo, altolchea, etc, Muditapip 
0HA8. L. LEWIS, tWRIohmond flt,, OlnuhmaU, fll 

iiow to iTAin n aitow BusiiViag. 

(Uopyrlghtj a dirferont ls>oki 10 ula, All kinds seta 

..*'.,fi OODIlIC,,, < '-AwrKR, mi wm mam 

St.. L'nliaigo; osiahimhod vm. Hiislness legal aod 
qnltt. Branohea and faoUIIIsi In other States. 

1, t £X£Sl!L!*2 1 *** ,lln wlwroalHiula or JAMKH 
I. OODimiOII, last season with HisncyM "Across 
the 1 Pnolflo" Company, will confer » grusi ftvnrlt* 
addresilue liirurinallisi tohli mother, MRS. It, II. 
(lOOlilHUH, too* Lincoln Ave., St. liollt*, Mo._ 

WAIfTOO, All 'Itoiind Mod. FerforniB^ Ur. 
Hist can raglilurln Hit. , to work onieoand ninkti 
good. Salary sure us doalh. lilt. J. B. NKI.son, 
Boyiie Oily, Midi. J'. H.-No Mgrs. or wlso mem- 
!'«™jwd »jipjy; Al. Markll, wrilo. . , 

TjiifATltitUAI. Pail»TIN«-|'o7oiO Uonpoit 

Tickets, (I colors for .3 (Joud, clean work. Prompt 
ohlnineni. sOllalllT/. IWtlm 00., WaiBsrTo 
KUHSALB, Vttiid«vllleTliealrolnM«iiohcstoi« 
N. II, Seats nw. Kveryihlng to do business wllh. 
81 onery. opera chairs and llcanse. All ready ,0 
open. Ilcon running s yeirs. Price low. Addrcsi 
W. L. (lAl.l.Atiill'H, Woiidatisili, N. H„ Can. 




no and Tuba Player, write. Toll all In firm letter. 
Sslsty low luitaiire. Snmptorajid vvintorongsge- 
m eti'. J oin on wire. Add. HUh'KAI.O, 1*1,. 

WAftTKO— Medicine. Performers, all fines. 
llealihy, no dcforiiilllci; change for week. Long 
engagement. All and lowest salary' first letter. 
Hoard st hotels, work In cimp Stage age, Ko 
children, to. Koslello, Kmden, Logan Co.. III. 

AT I.IIIKR'M. A No, 1 LAIIY VIOLINIST. 

Five years' nxporlaiice in Orchestra and Solo 
work. Address Mlns Burleson, Waueoma., Io wa. 

IfOTK.'K TO ACHOII ATN.-AT J.iflKRTr, 
TOP MOUNTER for sixteen yesrf. Ksperlencert 
In Flying Act, (I1101I DoiiMe Stinier.salt I.oanor. 
Weight la.l. 08UAR UE BOIJKN, 
No. '. Rerlno i.sne, I'rovideuce, II, I: 

WAHTKD al Once, a number of gcod Second 
Hand Films— Comic, etc., long ones If possible: 
also Kdlson exhibition or Inlverssl Kltieloscopo. 
J. HA II,. v/it MoAlpIn Ht,, I'hlla,, Pa. 



— Jtn a fa from Eva Tnngnsy Co. :■ This 
company opens lis season Sept. ft, at Wilkes- 
hayre. I'a. Miss Tauyuay .'nw' gathered a 
strong company together. It Includes: 
Euiiniilyii Ijickey, Klorence Morrison, Ethel 
nnd Stella Morgan, Hilda llollls, Harry 
Slmrl, Melville S. Collins. Chan, Wnrrrn, 
Wm. Blnlsilell, 1'hiteace i 1 11 1 1 . anil a large 
chon/s. 1 'has. Keck, Ei|dlp. FlUgerald, HoVfla 
Dunn mid l-'rsnk 11. Nurcross sre on Hie ex- 
ecutive si a IT. Guslave Kerker and Harry 11. 
Smith have written Hie musical spark, on- 
lllled. "The Snnilsi Girl," 

— Frederick E. Mortimer has signed wl(1i 
llnrry Disd I'nrker ror Hie "Under Southern 
Skies" Co. 1 Western I. 

— Wilder E. Perkins, Hie nctor nnd then. 
Irlcal innnnger, has tliesl 11 pelllliin In- hank- 
rupii-y. Ills liabilities are SI2.HI, and as- 
sets *i,:im. 




THE NEW YORK COLtPPlgR- 



August -is. 



CLIPPER 



THE FlUNK OUIEM PWIIMINO CO. (Limited.) 

PBOFklBlOM. 

ALBERT J. BORIE, 

Editorial and Business Manaoeb. 



0. 8. G., Coucurdlu.— Wutcli our route list 
each week. - 

'■'■ I ' Alius. 
'"' 'J. B. It., Montreal.— The rule Is: If any 
player kudcks before (be •'widow" la taken, 
the "Widow" Is tbert turned face up, and 
each player from bin who knocks bat one 
draw. Should no player knock and none 
lake the widow, but all mm lu the dealer, 
"je then turns the "widow', face up, and each „ 4 , 
n turh draws cards till some player signifies, «ta» 



toTPBDAy.ATOPWH.MOi H£^-«»TdiW£jaW-fiii* SB 

«f ter wblefi each of the other players has HANR 



RATES. 

Advertisements— $2.80 per Inch, single col- 
umn. 
Advertisements set with border, 10 per 

cent, eitra. 

ftliBSOIUPTTON. 

One year In advance. $4 ; six months, $2 ; 
three months, M. Foreign postage extra. 
Single copies will be sent, postpaid, on re- 
ceipt of 10 cents. i 

our Terra, are { ».b. 

THE CLIPPER Is Issued every Wednesday 
morning. The last four (advertising) page* 
GO TO PRESS on Saturday at It a. v., nod 
the otber pages od MONDAY and TUESDAY, 
The lorna Closing: Promptly, Tora- 
dar. Sit l«l o'rlcipU A. M. 

Please remit by express, money order, check, 
I 1 , O. order or registered letter. All cash en- 
closed with letter Is nt the risk of sender. 
Addrea* "All OOsasnanleattlpMS to 
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Ilruittered fJfloM AdoVeaa, "Au+HOBITT." 

THE WESTERN BUREAU 

Of Tilt) CUPrgfl Is located at Room 502, 
Ahbland Block, Chicago, Walter K. Bill, 
ninntiger and corfespondent, where adver- 
tisements' and subscriptions are received at 
our regular rates. 

THE LONDON BUREAU 

Located at 48 Cranbouroe St., London, W. C, 
J. P. Cong blan, manager and correspondent, 
where advertisements and subscriptions are 
received at our regulsr rates. ,' , 

■ THfc CMPrlB CAN MS OBTAIN10, WKbLaV 

bale Ario atTAit., at our agents, Brentano'a 
news depot, 87 Avenue de ropers, Torls, 
France; M. Lllleottlnl, Frederick Strasse 
101 (Terminus Hotel), Berlin, N. W., Ger- 
many; Diamond Newa Co., 9T Prado, Ha- 
vana : Manila Book tnd Stationery Co., 126 
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THE NBWYORK « I.ll'FKR pohlUlirs 
otiiy otie edition, and ifcsU la dnted 
from New York. 



the prlvileg 



egg ■ 

i •i.ijvkb, Ba 



of one more draw. 
Jaltlmore.— No player can open 
the plsy for more than the agreed limit of 
the game. > , 

II. M„ Mt. Pleasant.— The player making 
high and Jack won the gsme. 
BASBBALL. 

B. B.. Harrlatiurg.— Unless there was a 
special ground rule covering that point the 
umpire was wrong. A was entitled to sll 
the buses lie coiilil make, ss the ball bad to 
be returned to the pitcher and held by him 
while standing In bis position before It 
came Into plsy sgalu. See Rule Hi, Sec- 
tions 1, 2, *■-'• • '■ 

MlRCBLLANROtlB. 

T. R. 0., Newliurg.— It lit the same. 

II. S., Bt. Louis. — We never. undertake to 
.decide catch bets. 

I'. C., Richmond.— Tbe address Is New- 
port, II. I. ... 

L. B., West Burke.— We never undertake 
to answer legal queatlotts. Consult a law- 




jer. 



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OUR CHICAGO LKTTEH, 



FROM Ol'B OWN COSBBBrONUKNT. 



Western iMNM ... 
Of the New York Clipper, 
lloosn SOS, AanUnd Block, Chlonito. 

The awakening of the regular theatrics! 
season Is at band. Each week from now 
on, during the next two mouths, will wjt- 
iichs the reopening of some of our thealres. 
"On the Bridge it t Midnight" reopened the 



general manager I. —"Shooting the chutes Is 
an Ideal sport for this weather, and the 
"throngs which crowd these spacious ground* 
tell a plain tale of popularity which means 
a big bank balance for the promoter;. 
— Mme. Llljens' high dives through sheets of 
tire and flame constitute a sensational fea- 
ture of tbls reaort. There are the usual 
line of alluring conceaslons along "The 
I'lke" nod the many attractive features 
to be found wltbln the groves and grounds 
keeps patronage at a splendid standard. 

Clark. Struct Museum (Louis M. .Hed- 
ges, manager).- Ssm Johnson, who dnhks 
buckets of water; Madge McDaulels, bearded 
dwarf; Tllles abd Forbes, mualclans, and 
llertle Flake, vocalist, are tbe principal 
attraction* here for this week. There will 
be a brief and nft repeated vaudeville snow. 

London Dijik Mi'bkum (Wm. J. Bweeney, 
manager).— Prof. Hoethllng, magician: 
Whftro. expanalonlst ; Tom Taylor and 
trained bear, and New York Dutch, tat- 
tooed man, will be this week's curio ball 
features. On the stage: Emma Clarke, 



'; 

coast 

aaso- 

Iquarters 

tbe 

or the bookings for the circuit will be In fu- 
ture transacted. Mr. Bradatreet reports a 
remarkably prosperous Benson for his ' nsaoc'a 



'Barry Morris' Co.,|Uarr» ; Morris, Bur, Mlu- 

UeHIKjIlM. ;• ■'.,'•,-' . 

Cherry BI«s«ouis, .Bulbsr, .Jacola and Luwrv 

Star, Milwaukee. &}*•» -,■''' ■ 1 \''» 
Thoroughbreds, Frank B, Carr. Foil j, Cblcaan 
Hoheralans, Thos. W. Miner, Empire, Indies' 

. apolls. 
8am Devcre's Co., Snm Devere, Century, Kan- 

sas City. 
Majesties, Fred Irwin. Standard, St. Louis 
Bon Tons Hush and Weber/. Buckingham. 
The 8ho- ' Loqlsvllle. -' , I ,' ' 

Fred. Irwin's Co.. Fted Irwin, People's Theo. 

' trej Cincinnati. 
Londoh Belles, Campbell and Curlln, And. 

eroy, I'lttsburg. " 

Trans Atlontlcs, Hurtlg and Seamon, Lyceum 

Washington. ' 

Kentucky Belles,. Wballen Bros,, Monunenttl 

Ilnltlmoie. 



«i> 



MAgSACHtlBRTTB, 



'BttSton. — One more show shop, the iii'» v . 
ard, Joins the list' of open houses this week 
and from now on the list will be increased 
weekly by the addition of one or more honsm 
remarKnuijr i<i«<>K"«"" ""™r, "";.."; until the full quota Ja readied. Tbe manager* 

tlon hoi-ses nnd stUtcs that the t-ryslal-uiaii- of gnm^mentg at Itevere Beach won a hard 
man combination will be rapidly enlarged Bor bat ., e )aat weelt( tbe M | e( . tm en of tbe town 
the purpose of developing the entire western o{ Kevere Y0 t| D g to allow them to run their 
and middle Weafern country Into continuous various shows on 8undays. The showmen 
chains of vaudeville houses, presenting tiie |wve DMn ue f ea . e a maa]l t | m( , a ln |hel f 




returned to Chicago recently from a long and 
Successful Season with the Make Stock Co., 



ImalnesK, but i lie aggregate of business done 
was good abd better than the average nt 



coming here from Nova Bcotlo, where the com- tettoanee during this period of the heated 

pany spent most of the Summer. Mr. Thompson „,_ Curfent W || H . "Woodland," at the 

remolned at home In Chicago most of the Win- 'i' reta0L t ; "The Isle of Spice," nt the (llolw • 

ter and much of the Summer, hence the family .. The W ulf's l'orudlse," at tbe Ornnd Oueta : 

reunion was most pleasurable ..... Jhe I'.nat- »i. nwa Ticket 210," at the Castle Square- 

— .. .l..K, a ... "Il.ir.i Thnrnp ' linve teett leDKeU ,,( „„, ._ i ,.„.i,.„ '• „, , i... i.,,„,,i..i.. uV ' 



ern rights to "Dora Thome" lidve been leased 
bv Rowland A Clifford. The Western rights 
for the same piece have been leased to L. «. 
Sullivan Martini and Max Mlllnn fin- 
ished their Western liooklng at Hans Soucl 
I'ark, this city. Saturday night. They go 
Freddie Walte, Nellie Slmone, and Daha ].; a „t at once, plnvlng Lancaster, Pa., before 
Harra, whirlwind dancer. _ ntionimr at Tonv Pastor's. In your city. Their 
Hi 



IN MI MOR I AW. 

Clinrlea M. Colvln, who for many years 
was on the ertttorlul stuff of Tim CUMM, 
died Sudday, Aug. 7, at Newfoundland, N. J., 
where he had gone for bis health. Mr. 
Colvln,' who was sixty-three years of age, had 
beeii connected with TllM Ci.Iithr fur nearly 
forty jehrs. His flrat articles Ih Its columns 
were written while he wns Its correspondent 
at Plttkbnrg, Pa., More tile outbreak of the 
war. He enlisted nt Ihe llrst call for men. 
served Ih the Union Army until taken 
prisoner by the Confederate forces and re- 
mained n prisoner of War for over a "yeur. 
At the rnucltialoii of hostilities Mr. Colvlh 
Was honorably discharged, and located lu 
NeW York. He wan engaged by Frank Queeu 
as a writer of aportlug events, abd finally 
became sporting editor. At the time of his 
death Me whs still cohuected With the edi- 
torial staff of Tub Ctiri'im. He Is survived 

. i. ..j. :..■.. «: '•A !•. *.'.'i'. ' r. ■ ■■■ ■ 



reconstructed Criterion Theatre 
day afternoon, July III, moves down to tho 
Mouth side to begin the Albambra's season 
Sunday afternoon, Aug. T, nnd goes to tbe 
UIJou next Sunday, 14, to start another 
season for that West side mint. On Mon- 
day evening, 8, "The Yankee Consul' will 
open the Studebaker's season. The Colum- 
bus reopeues next Sunday afternoon, 14, 
with "A Friend, of the I'nmlly." the pre- 
senting company being bended by Win. !•.. 
Morgan. Saturday night, U, the Trucadero 
completed Its Summer season of stock. bur- 
lesque, and closed for alterations, to reopen 
28 with Robert Fulton's Jolly Orass Wid- 
ows. The continued attractions for the 
current dnys are : "Buster Brown," enter- 
ing upon his third week, at the Oreat 
Northern ;" "The Itoynl Chef." going Into 
the third week of Its splendid revival at 
the Onrrlck ; "Mrs. Wlggs, of the Cabbage 
l'utcb," still maintaining Us era of remurs- 
able proHiierlty at the Ornnd Opera House 
nud starting upon Its fifth week; "Vivian's 
1'apns." ueurlug the end of their prolonged 
stay at Powers , nud "Tbe Forbidden Lund," 
wimli continues til the Illinois. The vaude- 
ville bill at the Chicago Opera House and 
Cleveland's nurl 8a.ni T. Jack's stock bur- 
lesque completes the strictly theatrical 
sliowlug for tbe week. The Summer parks 
nnd gardens have enjoyed much prosper ty. 
Sans Soucl, Water Chutes and lllvervlew 
providing diverting entertainment tor great 

Illinois Thbatsb (Will J. Davis, mana- 
ger).— "The Forbidden Land" atarts upon 
Us sixth week Sunday evening, 7. This will 
probably be the last week of Its engage- 
ment. Ethel Johnson hns been the life or 
the piece, and her station In local popular- 
ity Is assured. ... • . ^ 

PowgHM' Thbatkr (tlnrry J. Powers, man- 
ager). —Blanche lllng and, "Vivian's Papas 



RC.V 



ra, whirlwind dancer. opening at Tony Pastor's, In your city. Their 
im.isokr's (Jabdrn.— This week: Ram- eu t )re winter season is booked In Eastern 
nnd Brown, lllgglna and Phelps, Mel- vnu d eT l||» houses .'. .Boyde J. Ollmore, 



mat Sun- T ar r»tto. Barney ITrst. nnd Prof Abt, 



Lost lu London," nt the Bowdoln Squure, 
nnd other customary cbauges. 

T'UKMO.VT Tiikathk (.Ino. B. Schoerlel, man- 
ngerl.---Thi' sixteenth week of "Woodland'' 
at this house will open big on Monday, Aug. 
8, lis the seat sale for tbe final two week* 
of the comic opera of blrdland has been large 
during the past week.. Oltye .North, the 
original dove of tbe cast, unexpectedly re- 
turned to ber bid role on Wednesday night 



Barney First, nnd Prof Abt. manager of Chl-gan-ey Bench, Mlchlgnn City. of , itt wce k, much to the delight of the 

AmaMATH.— The I llnols. Powers, Bttiue- , nd na IMo {■„,„ loat week, and booked Mahv # P i end8 flhe ma< j e d ur mg the opening 



baker, McVlcker's and Orand Opera House tneBe p(op i e , ( pp n Sunday afternoon, 7 : 

last week announced a part of their enter- Tne ^hree Walsles, lister atad Moore, Conroy 

talnment plans for the earlier months of the a)ld it ett \ t an rt yhepperd nnd Porter. . . . 

forthcoming sermon. When "The PwnMUM The Klliiit-lleurn Co.. presenting 



Land" quits the Illinois, in, the house will 
remain dark until Frltxl SchetT begins her 
second American tour, Sept. fi, with the 
original production of "The Two Roses,' a 

SBstornl comic opera, hook by Statnnlaua 
tnnge. and music by Ludwlg Englander. 
Julia Marlowe nnd E. II. Sothern will pre- 
sent a series of Shakespearean revivals, he- 
? inning wl|h "Romeo nnd Juliet," Sept. It), 
jiter In the season tbe all star presentation 

df "The Two Orphans" will be shown 

"The Pit" will reopen McVlcker's Sept. 3, 
and In four or five weeks thereafter Wm- A. 
Brady will present his revival of "Siberia.' 
'Engagements for Keller, Chauncey Olcott 
and " 'Way Down East'' Will consume the 
time until Christmas, when "In Old Ken- 
luckv" will begin Its annunl visit to this 

house At the Stlidehaker the rixley- 

Ltiders forest fantasy, "Woodland," will suc- 
ceed "The Ynbkee Consul," which opens the 
house fur IIS regular season Monday nlglit. 
"Cnndldn" will follow "Woodland." Arnold 
Dulv. Dodson Mitchell and Dorothy Don- 
nelly plnvlng the leading roles. In the latter 
days of October Col. Savage wilt produce Oeo. 
Aiie's latest effort, "The College Widow.", . . . 
At the .Orand Opera House "Mrs. Wlggs. of 
the Cabbage Patch " will run until llalnllu & 
Mitchell present "Bird Center/' on Aug. 28. 
Late engagements for this production are: 
F.stelle Mortimer, Wm. Burrla and K. J. Con- 
nelly. "Bird Center" will be originally acted 
at Peoria, n few evenings previous to Its ur- 
rlval at the Orand. On Sept. 211, "Unties In 
Tovland' r returns to Its birthplace to take up 



On tbe 
Bridge it' Midnight," to 'open the house sen 
sou at the Criterion, Alhnmbra and BIJou, 
opened Its own season at tbe Criterion with 
the following membership: Frank Oazzolo, 
mannger; Mose Wolf, In advance; Dan Reed, 
stage manager; Otto Roldt, master mechanic; 
Oeo. Klltnt. Alma Henrn, W. H. Dehlman, 
Jas. N. Drew, Arthur Neeley, Fred Williams, 
Harry Lnrklu, Chas. Rnthhone, Marie Nelson, 
('Braille I in rev, Jessie Stevens and others...,, . . 
During the ensuing three weeks Trocndero 



week's of tne run. The piece. Is running very 
smoothly now and tbe novelty should enjoy a 
prosperous engagement lu Chicago, where It 
opeus In a few weeks, for a run. "Tbe Sho- 
tlun" la being rehearsed dally and an excel- 
lent performance Is premised for the opening 
night; Mondny, Aug. 22. 
liLniiK Thi:atuk (Stnlr & Wilbur, innna- 

5 erst. — Fourteenth week can now be chalked 
own for "The Isle of Spice." The same old 
story of good business continues, and u good 
proof of the, show's worth Is proven by the 
(act that people who see It once always come 
a second and third time. The piece will run 
one week more after tbls and then will la 



will be the scene of great activity, and Man- wltharawn to .open the season at the Ma- 
ager Robert Fulton will be n busy man. The Je t Theatre, Sew York, where It will lie 
theatre will be rebuilt to conform In till put „ t9r a J u „ 




QUERIES AUSWEBED. 

No Renllea by Mall o r Teleajrnpk. 

Al.Iltir.HMKB OB WIIMBABOUta NOT OIVBK 



All in guaai or buou a "* )U 1 "| 1 _ w "; T |!, H , K lent factors In maintaining; a popular and 
!?9!SJRra! IU /1? V . a i BK 'Ai, uSaaui will creditable performance. "The Urollera" nro, 
CLIPPER Pour oracle. Au. : bana as |» , ^ , |k , ,„, town kj end , 



il at the Orand. On Sept. 211, "Unties 
•hind" returns to Its birthplace to take . 
n not her engagement of Indefinite duration. 

The People's Theatre Is being thor- 

starts , upon the Inst fortulght of a prosper- «i i({ i,iv overhauled preparatory to Its reopen 
oils Summer run Sunday evening, 7, the |„ K n Sept. .1, by Fred COnrnd, ns a slock 
teqth week of the engageinent. then begin- company theatre. Eugene Moore will be the 
nlug. The house may remain dark from 20 - 
until Sept. 0, when Ethel Uorrymore will 
open the regular aesspu, .... „ „ 

Ohanu di'eiia IIoiihh (Fred It, Hamlin. 
business munuger).— Madge Carr Cook, Will 
T, Hodge, Mabel Taliaferro, Helen Lowell 
ami the other clever Interpreters of "Mrs. 
Wlggs, of the Cabbage Patch," begin the 
fifth week of their present Chicago visit on 
Sunday evening, 7. Business continues ex- 
ceptionally line, and deservedly so, as we 
have seldom been fortunate enougb to en- 
Joy a dramatic treat mo worthy of commenda- 
tion ana patronage. • , ; 

(i.utiiii-K TitHATki) (Chas. A. Bird, busi- 
ness nuinuger). — "The Royal Chef" enters 
upon the third week of Its revival Sunduy 
night, 7. Dave Lewis scores , heavily nt 
every performance and the artistic, work of 
Florence liolbrook and Stella Tracy are po- 
und 



BB"AUv"iHTIBBO ONB WB«K ONLY. Hf TUB 
HOUTB Or ANX TlllATBlOAL COMPANY IS 
2 UUIIT. BI1MB TO Ottt LIST OH ItOUTXB 
ON "ioTHkll "ioi. ,m CANNOT BBNb BOUTBa 
HI MAIL OB TBL BOnAl'll. 

DRAMATIC. 

W. H., Liberty.— We have up knowledge of 
vhe present wheienbonls of the purty. A«- 
.iress h leiter In our enre and M will ad- 
verllsc It hi Tilh Ci.ii'i'Ktt letter Mat. 

F. I., mo., I'lttsburg, 

J, ft.,' Rochester, 

Mna. If. M„ Cljlcngii. 

> imh L. V., Chlcugo, 

It. It. R.. oil City, 

V. hV, Chicago, 

K. S„ t'luclnnntl, and 

J. B., Orluislead, see answer to w. K„ 

■"Sliw. M. B. RJ, Wont City.— Advertise 
voiir wants In Tim Ci.iitrr. 
"A, Constant IliiAiiKK,". Cleveland.— From 

* 2 s'. M AMn P.. Cedar Raplda.— Addreaa the 

pa |jc t\? Brooklyn.— Inqulro of the mauager 

° r A'. ,,e i!:'tr Prince llay.-Addre.a Clyde 
Fitch, American Druinallsta' Club, New lork 

P*.' B.. Ellxabelii.— There Is not the de- 
iimud for thai style of au net lhat there 
Was a number of years ago. but there Is al- 
ways room for good acts In this clans, as 
lu others. From MO per week, up. 

T. F. 8., Darflntitou.— Address M. Wit- 
mark * Hons. 1*4 West Thlrty-seveuth 
Street. New YnrV City. 

L. II. R., Portland,— See route list In this 

"*N.'ll., Pittsburg.— Advertise lu Tita Cl.ir- 

W. B., Bnlllmofe.— We can not aid yon. 

jlj A. i(.. Brooklyn— Address party in care 
of the Lambs ciub 71) West Thlrtyslxlli 
Btfeet. New York City. 

H. W. it. Detrot.— Address E. R. Street, 
45 Brooks Slreel, Hartford, Colin. 

"Hvi'notist," Fulruiont.— We i-sn not 
quote snlorj. .«.»«, 

J. 0., I'lttsburg.— See answer toM. A, It. 

N. H.— Make application lo the .Librarian 
of congress, Washington, D. C, where copy- 
llghta are wglaleretf. 

T. II.. Syracuae.— We have never Been the 
felt performed. 

K lE 8., Rochester.— Advertise In TrlR 

( *1 IPl'r'H 

8, C.,' New Totk.— "The Heart of Mary- 
lnnti" was drat acted at the Herald Square 
Theatre, Oct. 22, lSllti. 




2 

the engagement la not announced at tola 

HiTiiKiiAKKU TitKATiir (It. U. . Hiirtneyer, 
business manager). — ltnytnoud Hitchcock, 
(eaturod In "'liie Yankee, Consul," will reopen 
this 
lug, 
Rose 

rod , 
inglli of the engagement Is not definitely 
announced. 

OKKAT NOBTIIHBH TllHATIIH (E, D. Stair, 

manager), — Maater Gabriel and Oeo. All, us 
llnster and Tlge. respectively. In "Buster 
I Brown," head n ine company In Melville B. 
Raymond'a splendid production of this popu- 
lar piece. The third week of the still Indefi- 
nite ruu begins smidoy afternoon, 7. 

Ubitbhion Thkathb (Ben M. Ulroux, busi- 
ness manuger). — The Kllint-Heurn production 
of "(in the Bridge at Midnight," opened this 
thoroughly rebuilt theatre Sunday afternoon, 
July .'II, but the warm weather hurt business 
ninierluilv. Geo. W. 0111 brings Annie Blnucke 
up from St, LuiiIh, where she began her sea- 
son Inst week, to begin tha usual ruuud of 
two dally performances of "A Little Out- 
cast," Bundny afternoon, Aug. 7. 

Ai.iiamusa TnkATiiK (JatueH 11. Browne, 
business manager).— This home reopens Sun- 
day afternoon, 7. with "On the Bridge at Mid- 
night." to be roilowed by "A Little Outcast." 
Closed by order ot the Mayor when all of our 
thentres went out of business last Winter, tbe 
Interior of the house later suffered from the 
ravages of lire so that In Its rebuilding It 
has been made practically a new house. 
, CoMai'.tJM.GABOBNB (Stewart Spalding, 
manager). — Brooke nud his Chicago Marine 
Baud remains a potent offering here, large 
crowds attending the concerts, which are 
given everv evening and Suuday afternoon. 

CHIC Add Ol'EIIA Hon HE (KOlll A Custle, 
mtulngeis). Jeuii Marcel's beautiful studies 
nnd Tins reliefs const Ituted the crnwulug 

flurv of a line show lust week. The Knight 
Iros. and Sawtelle, lliiuimond sbd Forrester. 
lllnes and Remington, nnd Stanley nud Wil- 
son provided purtlcuhil'l.v popular numbers. 
OhruliiK Monday rifternoon, s : The Bgftdys, 
Tom Hardy, Wayue nlid Le Mar. Fergusou 
nud Passmore, the Four Trumpeters, Robin- 
son nud THiiniuun, Marlowe, Plunked and 
company. WlUuha Winter, Trelor njjd Temp- 
est. Fred J. iiatulll. A. O. Dunchn.The Ooth- 
am Comedy Four. Sherman and De Forrest, 
Valerie Bergerc nud company, and Oeo. K. 
BUbor'a kldodtonje. 



respects to the requirements of the revised 
building ordinances, and when tbe work Is 
completed a model theatre Is promised. The 
bnsement pnlm garden will be reconstructed 
and beautifully decorated nnd the house 
will be put ln superior order In nil particu- 
lars. Rehearsals of Fulton's Jolly Orass 
Widows begin Monday, 8. and this company 
will play a prollmary week, reopening Trocn- 
dero 28, prior to the innugurntlon of lis 
regular season at the Avenue, Detroit, a 
week later. Rehearsals will be conducted 
uuder tbe personal supervision of Robert 
Fulton, who will also attend to perfecting 
ihe costuming, scenic and electrical equip- 
ment of the organisation, One Hogan will 
again represent Mauager Fulton ns business 
director of the show. Oeo. Dolllnger will 
be uiiisli'iil director, with the stage details In 
charge of Hoy Dodge and Chas. Browne. 
engagements Include: Jeanclte Oillchard, 
for principal boy ; Omet and Oruet, 
Carlton and Terre, Suit) Moore, Chas. 
Burkhnrt. Mullen nnd Corelll, Onrdner 
nnd Soiuers, along with twelve dancing 
girls and eight show girls Manager Ful- 
ton promises that Chicago's representative 
among tbe burlesque "wheel" shows will 
compare favorably to tbe most gorgeous of 

lis rivals The executive staff at the 

Criterion names : General mannger, J. B. 
Hogan | busluess munnger, Ben. SI. Glroux ; 
treasurer, George W. Irish ; manager ,o( 
programme, (lustiiv I.auge; scenic nrtlsts, 
Ouliler & Mann ; musical director, II. W. 
Sinn : stage mannger, II. M. Peltx ; stage 
mrpenter, Lou Allen ; electrician, Hugh 
Oraeser ; muster of properties, Al. Straus ; 
engineer. Ed. King. .... .The foundations 

for the Chicago Orchestra Building are about 
completed. The building will soon rise, 
but will not be ready until about January, 
ino.", Mary Shaw has signed a con- 
tract with the Orpheum and Kohl A Castle 
vaudeville circuits to appear at their then 
tres for thirty weeks during the comlni 
season. She will present llrntider Mat 
thews' version of "The.. Silent System." 
' ■*»» . 



leading man, and Ben Hornung stage director 
ot the new organisation. Next Saturday 
night, Aug. Ill, l'alne's "Last Days of Pom- 
pell" will open far three weeks st West Madi- 
son and Fortieth Streets, as a feature of the 
second annual street fair and carnival given 
by the West Mndlson Street Merchants' As- 

soclntlon Mathews and Hoof write me 

from St. Louis that they. are meeting success 
as tbe vaudeville feature at tbe Palais de 
Costume, on the Pike Chicago's vaude- 
ville novelty, Enlgmarelle. has been booked 
by Fred J. Ireland to open at Hammer- 
ateln'B, In your city, nt an early dnte. 
Mr. Ireland wont to New York last 
week nnd closed the contract. Enlgma- 
relle waa a much talked nbout mystery 
when produced here a few weeks ago, and 
la a novelty of the sort which Is likely to 

create comment down East "Iliippy 

Fanny" Fields, who Is making a flying tour 
of America during her brier absence from 
the English music halls, was ln Chicago Inst 
wcek visiting Blanche Ring nnd other 

friends Marlon Little lias succeeded 

Edith Wnrner as Ihe Ingenue, In "Vivian's 

I'lipiiH." for Ihe forthcoming aenaon 

Cora Luthrop Patterson Is tne soloist wllh 
Bunge's Bund nt tile Blsmark Gardens, 
where great throngs are In constant attend- 
ance nightly My lea McCarthy nnd 

wife spent a few days In town, last wcek 
eti route East from their vaudeville engage- 
ments on the Western park circuits, coming 
here from Manhattan Beach, Denver Al. Reeves' Co., Al. Reeves, Lyceum, l'lillu 



Oii'AMi Opriia Hut'SH (Stair, Wilbur & 
Magee, managers). — This house was opened 
Inst Sntnrday night abd, although the weath- 
er was much too warm for a capacity as- 
semblage, a goodly slued audience witnessed 
B performance of "The Wall's Paradise," 
which llownrd Hull Is using as n sinning 
vehicle this Reason. Mr. Hall has already 
found favor In this city both an tbe author 
of bin plays, ns well rb the star In them, nad 
his latest offering will add to bis popularity. 
A den of real lions Is one of the sensational 
features of Ihe show. A capable company 
supports tbe star nnd the scenery Is above 
tbe average. Week of Aug. 15 tne Russell 
Brothers, In "The Female Detectives." 

Cahtlk Sqi'AitB TheAtiib (J. II. Emery, 
manager). — The well known play, "Pawn 
Ticket No. 210," Is revived this week by 
the stock company connected with this 
house. Lillian Kemble is seen In the lead- 
ing role, and the remaining charncters have 
been cast ns follows: Alice STernhold, Alice 
Hiker: Ruth Sterhhold, Alison Skipworth; 
Aunt Dorothy, Leonora Bradley : llncle Har- 
ris, J. L.Seeiey ;. Monlarue Feash, T. Rey- 
nolds ; Charley Saxe, Franklyn Ritchie ; 
Oslah Gregg, (ieorge Furren ; John Sternuold, 
Edward Wade, and Postman, John Geary. 
"Hazel Klrke" met with deserved success last 
week, us It was excelleully played and staged. 
Special arrangements having been mude for 
the latter. Next week "A Fair Hobel" Is 
to be put on. 

Bowixiin SquAnn Thkatbe (O. E. Lu- 
throp. manager).— "Rip Van Winkle," with 
Jay Hunt In the title role, was the bigger 
curd uf the Summer season ' and good 
sized gatherings took, advantage of the ex- 
cellent card. . "Lost In London," the drama. 
famous for Its story and success, Is being 
played tbls week by . the stock. Charles 
Sillier Is the Job Armroyd of the cast, It. A. 
Thorne. the Gilbert Fetberstone, nnd Hiit- 
rea for tilrtv weeks TTirfna the eomlne ler «"•■■■«. the Hen Blinker, 'the leading 
.VLZ l WLFJLnL25 a USLJ W.! > £ female .roles: Nellie Armroyd, Corlnne Cant- 

well ; Tilly Dragglethorpe, Eugenie Du Hols, 
and Florence, May Melville, 



THE HUHLKHOim WHHEL FOB 

liMM-iiion. 



Arrangements for the Beaton have been 
completed, the Hat of companies abd that 
of the houses comprising the circuit having 
been fully arranged. The regular season will 
be Inaugurated Aug. 22. 

The following list Includes the forty com- 
panies Ih the Wheel, and their regular open- 
ing stand In the Wheel houses : 



Jake J. Rosenthal was lu Chicago Friday, 
booking his wife, Kntheryiie Onterman, for 
a tour of the houses In the Western Vaude- 
ville Association's circuit.. Mrs. Rosenthal 
and the Junior Rosenthal are resting for a 
week or an at Mt. Clemens, Mich. Mr. 
Rosenthal will manage "A Chinese Honey- 
moon" for the Shusert Bros, during Its Pacific . ,-»j--«ji 

coast tour, which begins early next month. City Sports, Phil Sheridan, Gaiety Theatre, 
. . . May Iloemer has returned to Chicago Albany 



delphla. 

High Hollers, C. IL Wnldron, Gaiety, Scran- 
ton, Pa. 

Cracker Jacks, Robert Manchester, London, 
New York. 

Uentr.-Hantley, Abe Lenvltt, Lyceum, Boston. 

Fay Foster, Jos. Oppenhelmer, WeatmlnBter, 
Providence. 



Rose Hill, Itlce & Bnrlon, Gaiety, Brooklyn. 

Merry Maiden, Butler, Jacobs & Lowry, Star, 
Brooklyn, 

Parisian WldowB, Rush & Weber, Gotham, 
NeW York. 

Imperials, Harry Williams, Jr., Miner's 
Eighth Avenue, New York. 

Ony Morning GlorleB, Scrlbner & Drew, 
Bllou, I'oterson. 

Tiger Miles, Scrlbner & Drew, Wnldmann's, 
Newark. 

Rice fc Barton's Co., Miner's Bawery, New 
York. ■■ 

Vanity Fair, Robert Manchester, BIJou, Read- 
ing. Pa. 

Ooy .MttK(|iiemdera. Hill "A Scrlbner, Trocn- 
dero Theatre, Philadelphia. 

Rellly A Wood's, Put Itellly, Ron Ton, Jer- 
sey City, 

lias been re-engaged for her old part World Beaters, .7. Herbert Mack, Dewey, New 

York. 

llunaWay Girls, Peter S. Clark, Pnlace, Bos- 
toh. 

Americans, Edwin D. Miner, Lyceum, Bos- 
ton. Aug. 2n. 

Blue Ribbons, Jas. Hyde, Folly, Troy. 

Knickerbocker, Louis Ruble, Imperial. Mon- 
treal, Can. r ' ' ""•■' 

Horry'C. Bryant's Co., Hill k Scrlbner, Star 
Theatre. Toronto.j, Can. 

Bowery BuHeaqiiera, Hurtlg 4 Seamon, Km- 
iftre Theatre. Rochester. 

Mooiil gut Maids. , Sullivan A ICrauss, La- 



after a Summer vacation spent In the Cats- 
kill Mountains. . ..Mrs. B. F. Spooner, Edna 
Mar Spooner, Harold Kennedy uud Augustus 
Phillips, of Mrs. Spooner's Brooklyn stork 
company, were In Chicago last week, en route 
Hast from a visit, to the World's Fair nnd to 

Mrs. Spooner's home, Cehtrevllle, la 

The Great llverhart, hoop rolling expert, has 
been In town of late, resting during a hiatus 
In his vaudeville bookings. He Is booked for 
some time In America, but returns to the 
continent this Fall to fill n prolonged series 
of bookings. .,. ..Alice Raymond was In town 
Friday, en route to New York from her Sum- 
mer park engagements In this vicinity..... 
Elisabeth H. Chester, who has spent a part 
of her Summer vacation lu Chicago, departed 
for New York, Thursday, to liegln rehearsals 
with "You Yonsoii," In which company she 

for her old part.' 

Work Is progressing, behind closed doors. 
very secretly, day and night, with a view ot 
preparing Ihe former Iroquois for Its re- 
entry Into our Rat of active amusement re- 
sorts ns the Vaudeville Theatre. The date of 
the opening la not announced, nor are many 
facts obtainable as to Its future Gen- 
eral • Manager John B. Hogan, ot Lincoln 
J carter's attractions. Is busy with prepar- 
ations for the tours of the nix companies 
Mr. Carter will have on the road ttifs sea- 
son. There will be two romunnles ptnylug 
"'Two Little Waifs," the Eastern company. 




headed -by -the Lamb Children, opening nt 
Joliet Aug. 14 ; , the . Weatern company, 
headedjiy Tempeat anij Sunshine, cpeHfiiK 



ery Ililtleaipiers, Mil 
pfre Theatre, lioche 
Uljtelit Mulds. Sullh 

UW.ii". T. W. Dltiklh) 



anil luel Mncavlley: 
SAM T, JAl'K'a TH 



lathe (Sidney J. Euson, 



at Racine oh the same date. "The Flaih|t>a: 
Arrow*' begins Its season 8. at the GJ lis 
Opara Home, Ksua»s City: "Her only Sin" 
opens at Towle'S Opera House, HmumOhd. 
Ind., .IS: "Too Proud to Beg" opens nt the 
Albambra Theatie, this • city, - 28, "The 



Clop! _ 

Hrlgndlers, Ha 



hi. Star. Cleveland. 
I. Harry Mkrtell. Empire. Toledo, o. 
Trocadero, \\ aldrou and Bryant, Atenue, De- 



troit 



Crass Wldowa, Robert Fulton, Trocadero, 
Chicago 

Dainty Dilcbess. Weber and Hush, Star Thea- 
tre, St. Paul. 



Tbe Blue and 
the Gray" next week. 

Keith's Thbatmi (B. V. Keith, manager). 
—Mr. Keith offers a very Inviting bill this 
week, not one act on the bill having been 
seen here lately and a great many of them 
being entirely new to this house. Tbe pro- 
gramme In full : Ionise Montrose, Tom Lewis 
and Sam Ryan, Mdddox and Wayne, Brothers 
Bellcalre, Joe Belmont, Conn and coiir.nl, 
Julia ltnlph. Jacobs and Vantyle, Sisters 
Delberg, Bell and Oliver, the Fudettea Wo- 
man's Orchestra, and biographic views. Well 
tilled houses last week. 

HowAilb athenaeum (Win. McAvoy, man- 
ager).— The tlfty ulntli season of this place 
of amusement begins Monday, Aug. 8. The 
offering for the opening week la a big vaude- 
ville bill, one of the kind that mude nud 
maintains tbe reputation of the old Howard. 
The entertainers: Mitchell nnd Cain, Wang 
and King, Kelly and Adams, Newell and 
Steele, Cunningham arid Lord, Knox Broth- 
ers, Hathaway and Walton, Kennedy and 
Kennedy, Fraucla Wood, Monroe and Page, 
the llrlnkleys, Mr. and Mrs, A. T. Hldgo, 
Phil Morton, Joyce and Wllletta, tho Mar- 
(piniulH, Billy Hines and John Ferguson. Next 
week the Howard Hurlexquera will make their 
first appearance of the season. 

Palace THeatiib (Charles II. Waldron, 
mannger). — Only a few weeks more reuiala 
of the Hummer, stock season, nnd tbe patrous 
will greatly miss the fumnnkers and pretty 
girls when tliev go. "A Sporting Holiday 
uhd "The Raven's Nest" are the vehicles of 
fun used th>* Week. Olio Includes Hugh 
McVey, Ed. and Nettle Mnesle, the Crulgs. 
Larkln and Patteraou, and Nichols and 
Crolt. 

Aubtin 4 Stone's Mi:Hxt)H (Btone k 
Shaw, ihamigers).— In. tbe curio hall this 
week are: Snto, the Oriental duncer. assisted 
by Beatrice Herthlue tlud otbels: the ;< air- 
mans. Japanese Illusionists ; Martluelll, art 
modeler ; Ben Hur. largest snake In the 
world, .and, Punch Thomn. Stage: John Ro- 
han, Charles Dicket-sou, Emerson Parker, 
Harry Powell. Tony Isaacson, the Myers, Sls- 
lers Olbuey. the Sprnguellos. Marsha 1 ami 
llnrtiett, llarrls and Nelsou, Clifton and Hall, 
aud the Powell Comedy Four. 

NicKKLObEON (!«.. H, Walker, manager).— 
The Tennessee Troubadours are retained here 
(lie current week, as they have proved to he 
a. .atrobg drawing card. Otber curio ban 
cards : John A. Hawkins, champion trick and 
high Juniper; Professor Miller, the broom 
king, and a contest between half a. dozen 
charming young, ladles. In the theatre: 
(Ieorge Platte, Otace Belmont, Minnie Grey, 
French and Sererne, and Hume and. Rosa. 

Point or Pinks (Wm. H, O'Nell, mana- 
ger). — After a week's vacation this resort is 
reopened to the public, a license to give Sun- 
day allows having been obtained by the man. 



August 13. 



THE ISrir&r YORK CLIPPER. 



559 



ngement. The malic theatre 1)111 for current 
week In n strong one, nnd Includes: Brllimiii 
and Moore, Anderson pdBrlgg», Kiltie Blng. 
ham, Bedncttjod Rich. Monroe and Rice, mid 
the Ushers. The Rtinflny hill consisted of the 



, ii t #h I T"' n,s ':!. "I?. 1 " posing wmM 

nrSL'.T < J"Mr Vl11 " "" ,l "OTWmS Will 1* 

Mirk,,' -HP" .i2?.™»F ?' «H«p«iw! 



h in be taken us a rrllorloii. Die 



m 



u ii, i in- ncntjon win 
DC tl MM 'tlitrrssMI one. 'I'll.' opening Mil 
VI" /''"''r'lgl '* «"«■ II •«>»k Brothers, 

urroll. .Iiinta Briilii. lMifiM.ii sisters? Msv 

iSHE " n,r MM; M««H«.n The IJiithri 

nti) Slu-rdy differences »™p dually seined 

SP.Jffi" "f 1 ','" 1 * t lliiihawny roll- 
'"' "* '" ™Sn*J»CBiS lift jGhnC 'I'll.' 



Hid regular season. 



Lowell — The 'narks did n Banner btisl- 
mm aH hmi mrt. I'hrilccrs gah.ro mini 

tin- resorts to ovornnwlng. Rand' concerts 



above entertainers and also Marlon Mtinoln 
Minnie Kmtnctt, und Alabama (junrlct. Pre- 
psrntlnns life now well under way for a pre- 
scnlntlOfl of. tlli sgnsnllohal head on collision 
which Bltd to Be boa'lponcd on Ji fy 4 owing 
10 the '1HKW handling of 'the largo crowiL 
Arrangements bfVo: booh made in handle the 

crowd,' anil n repetition of Umi July 4tb riot .,.».. „, ,. .{■,;■■,■■■;■■ vr-a^ -hf—^t./w^w on- 
will Iff tlVoklod. The cdlllsloh U 1,6 lake place the , It* ,, •< ». i & ^SBfi lH' w,,, "[". '" 
on the sfffrhrmn of 'Aug. -JO. ■ ' ■ ffi.i .?,'"? ,1! f 'Ti"V "'• 'i ' ,.'" .."" ,B """i 1 "' 

chisoKN-r CUUWHH <W II. WHttt. man- ".".". !!!!.'. ( . l .. on ._ M "« I « W vaudeville lines during 
tiger). — This week the fnnmakera nre: James 
nnd Bonnie Farley, Crowley rind Foley, Cofi- 
pliigor and White, (illninn mid Allen, Mcl'luill 
and Boyd, nnd Alabama Quartet. 

NokI'MRKiia I'auk (t'arlc Alberto, mana- 
ger).— The Village Choir, Otto Brothers, '•" ° »§ W4 an. usual at Lakovlcw and 
Craven nnd Carey, Frank Whlluinu, and ' . . i , c . A "¥: "\ ™? Haverhill City Hand, 
the komoRrnpli are nohvODccd fdr week of *,''" J'',?! 1 BffiSH 1 ' llnn • W"""* "* the 
Aug. H. Thus far the Mason hns been tin , ' *'" eutcrtnln nt ranoblc. 

« h, KKV -!.. ,v ''"-""iiij (•'• J- r'lynn. limn- 
■JWJ— The ( ormana, In 'Jn.k and the 
I.enimtnlk. tilled tlie liuuac to ovrrtlowliiR 
all Inat w«ek. John 10. Gorman. UcanS 
^'i'H 111 "'.. (]p orge McKatlane, Krnnk Kd- 
MMB, RoM r,n llnrte, llnzel I.owry, ahd 
Allctta Ilridgernrd did very clever work. 
HbCftaJ Hrenery nnd Hterta riivo the opera 
nn artlallc niipelirnnce. •■.la.k nnd the 
nraiMlnlk, with the name eoinpnny, la en- 
tertnlnliiK thla week. 

\Yii,l.c»wt..\i.B I'auk (llnwera llruthera, 
maunRnrHl.— -HtmlncsH niiitlmii'ij good ben-, 
with Vmlilovlllo In Hie lliertire imt \ the 
mmillda and lake eutcrlalu i-rnwda of pic- 
nlccrK. 



thi' Newport, II. I„ «)p«'i-a llnnae, as iiHBlslaiit 
KtBge manager the coming tieBwon. 
, i » « 

lloljoUf. At Monnlnlii Vark Caaliio. 
(I^tila relllBBler, mnrtrigrrt lb* 1 atm'k oo(n 
iwny ((iiitlnucs to draw' large lionars. The 
coinimny tirodiu-ed •'liltlnders To Httrn" week 
of Aiir. i. whlrb wna well reevlvefl. Ade- 
laide Mnnii, lending lady, arlil t,aarcui.c 



excellent one at thla park. 

laotimrttm Tauk (3. w. Oornmn. ninnn- 
ger).— Rooked here tbla week ; Prank and 
MattltJ Walsh, nice and Kbrnrr, Mitchell 
and Mnrron, Ilenciin, Charles Colby, and 
the koraogranb. 

MeiiFoiti) Boui,BVAnn Tiikati:i: (,T. \V. flor- 
man, manager). — Week of Aug. 8: Hot- 
combe, Curtis nnd Webli, A iiiiini o and 
llurkc, Henry and Iluon, the HurrowH, ami 
Berry and Berry. 

Gossip of xhh 8tA(i».— Jouciiii lcHmm 
logins his travels Iti Boston mi, 17....:. 
The road tour of "The IMher (Itrl" hegliiM In 

this city Sept. 20 Hurry Conor, of this 

city, will remain with "Vlvlnn'a Puiiiik" for 
the rest bt the season ..... . Kdmiind llreesc, 

formerly of (he Castle Rtiunre Stock, Iiiih 
Iwcn ensaged for the role of .led Cahlll, In 
"lUnsoo'a -Folly.". ;... .Marlon Korde, who 

was recently with Krnne.'a Wilson, lu "Kr- 
tnlnle;" h»s joined "Woodland.". .... .George 

Sidney, In "Busy Izzy," slnrls bis lour at 
llolyoke. fit tlie Opera Ilnttse, oh Atuj. 22. 
..'...'.Francis Wilson does not begin his tour 
until Not. '7, when he opena nt the Mollis. 
Geo. V. MntheWB, treasurer of the Co- 
lonial, was married last week, to .iconic May 

Wood, o( Upton. Francos King, of this 

city, lias been engaged by Henry W. Savage- 
for the' role of tucy Itlgby, In Hie Knslern 
"County Cb4lrman' r Co.. Arthur Hur- 
ley, of South Boston, ban signed under the 
management of James K. I (ticket t as stage 

malinger for "The Crisis" Co Henry 

Irving Mnrsljall, of Roxbury. hus returned 
to New York for rehearsals wltb tlie Nliubert 
Brothers, of whose "The Itunnwnys" C'o. be 
was a member Inst season. 
■ 

Mirlnu;tli-l«l. At. the Court Square Thea- 
tre HV. C. I<e Nolr, manager) the Corse Pay- 
ton Sfark Co. opened Its scsson nnd' the house 
season Aug. 1, and played to good returns 
all week: Kthtcl Tucker nnd Thomas It. Al- 
exander, two new members, made n good Im- 
pression. Dora Lombard, Ida Thomas, Harry 
Mnnlell and Ulysses Davis, old favorites, were 
accorded a warm reception. Same company 
7 1,1, wltb Hie exception of 12, when Dock- 
stader's Minstrels will show. Corse Puy ton's 
Own Co. 14-27. 

• Notkh.— The New Gllmnre Tlientre will 
open Its sohsan AUg. 20 and run rne'odrnmas, 

as In the past two seasons'. The .Nelson 

Theatre will commence a week earlier, Aug. 
22, nnd will piny burlesque three days and 

vaudeville the other half of the week 

The Grand Opera House has not. announced 
Its 'policy fin' the year. .... .The manage- 

merr'nf the Wcstfleltl Opera House Is still 
mnlei-iiini. Wallace & GHmore. leasees of the 
bouse last season, have the privilege of re- 
newing their lease, but It Is reported Unit 
they do not" care to.' There has been some 
talk of (-.Clinton Chirk,' who managed the 
homo season before last, again taking up the 
reins of management, but ns he Is away the 

truth of the'rurnor cannot be proved 

Great Itiirririgtpn Is soon to bnve a theatre, 
I<ast week a nyhflicate. bought a large piece, 
of land, alt iinicil at the corner of Main and 
Cast lo HI reels. ,T. McA. Vance, of l'ltlslleld, 
already has plain drawn for n block on 
tlic'rand, which Includes a theatre, sev- 
enty-five ' by' one • hundred and twenty feet. 
. . ..Delhi lOil wards Is resting with her slsli r 

here, after' which she will go to Boston to 
join a new mnslcnl comedy which will open 
lis season, tbeto the middle of the month. ... 

The Hoy l Sisters nre summering nt Man- 
chester, VI... ;. . .Mrs. t'bns. I'!, l'ivnns, with 
her mother, Mrs. Lester riillll|is. have gone 
to winthrop iirach for i lie remainder, of 
the Summer. .... .News was received hero. 

the past week of. the niarriage of Cbns. W. 
Grant,' of this town, who has been playing; 
vaudeville for a number of years, lo Annie 
W. I'lnkcrton, better known ns Mnrle Ktod- 
(Inrd, elocutionist and Inpersonittor. The 

wedding took place nt; llaiifonl. Cut 

Mlsa Payne left for, New York lo commence 
rebcarBlti|g wl,(H' "Trie Secret of Pollchlnelle," 
In wlileli stie Is to nlny the. Ingenue role. 
......The Klks wllKliold Ihelr. uniiiiiil chini 

bnkc nt Riverside Grove Aug. 2r> .... Pawnee 

Hill will exhibit at Outing Park on 0, and 

he. tit Plttancld 10 Miss Mann, of the.: 

stock nt Mountain Park, Holyoke, closes 
with' tin- company 0, and will Join ono of 

Arthur 'Alstons eonipnnlcs There Id 

talk of Iriti'oduclng an ordlniini'ii In the 
city government requiring each of the, 
theatres lo have a llreman slllllollcd, 
on' thi) alage ai every perfornmiH'e, 

lo be paid by the bouse Beginning 

Hept;'l, »very bailor place of public iiiiinsc- 
racnt uccotliniodallng four liiimlred or more, 
people, f will: IVc" obliged to have a license 
from the Slate district police stilling Hmi. 
everj'thlnfe is In satisfactory condition. Much 
[dure will be Inspected, each mouth and ft, 
notice of the, siiuie. with the dale of Hie ill-, 

snoctloo, Hhh I be placed In ■tunc isplcuous 

lilBce, wheri) the jmbjlc limy Hen It 

Hlg plans arc being made by the local AarlO 
of KiigleS for the' Held day of the order, 
which Is to- ho held nt Hampden I'ark. Aug. 
18. Already oyer forty aerlCH from all 
parts of , r New Hngland have sent , nol Ices 
that they arc to attend. 

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•" «n>wr llnlford.— At the Purchase Street 
Tliciitro.dMyltl iL UulUnlon manager | llie 
Hullltithn stock CO. appeared, In "Canillle 
durlngVeelc'of Aug. 1, and tested MM seal- 
ing capacity of I ho house iwlco .dally. U«f" 
tfii^c Dion Maglli, lu Ihe tillc role, made n 
coilsplciiQus success iintl Was accorded ninny , 
encores by enthusiastic audlenei'K. Ibe sii|i- 
poft iM excellent, pnlth.ulniiy the Avtnniid 
of Charlea llalsnc, who shared with Miss Ma-, 
gill curtain rails at Ihe close of each grt. 
'PHc current week's play Is "Ihe Lugles 
1'itas." 

I^lKCOt,N I'AltK (Isnnc W. PbclpH, mana- 
ger).— Til o compiin v during the past week 
was above the nvornge, and presented an en- 
teti.iinnheilt thnl well ineiHed- the gi/od ut- 
tonctn'nee.' Tho' bill named Copplngcr nnd 
.While, tSeprge and I, Ilia Brennau, the Mur- 
velons Jcnnetto, Kills nnd Davenport, Jessie 
•Stunrt, and the moving pictures. 

Nrnpts,— Miss nlaglli, lending lady of ho 
Hufllnton BtoHtCo,, held a reception on the 
staue oTtlie PilrcGaH Street Theatre, after 
the nintlnee' performance, Aug. 0. wne is 
very POBiilar' wdlh tbe patrons or this house. 
..•..Chnrics Bnlsar. the popular >'»«mg lend- 
lag, man of Ihe. BuBlnton Stock, t. «., closed tj. 
(1ii.rlcMMe(li3th; Clinrlcs Mcl'ltiug nnd Mf. 
Lsndo cloned tbn week previous. Their places 

will be Mind, 10 new people .The .New 

Bedford Theatre will open Its regular season 
Aug. HI. "Woodland" being the attraction. 
...... KlqiteraVfheaHre opened flgnln Aug. 

II, Under hew management and with u new 
nam* It 1s the Lyceum Theatre now and. 
will be conducted by F. M. Mitchell, formerly 
connected With the John 15. Ince rtieatilmi j 
Kxehnnge, of New Vork City. The house has 
been repainted uud devuiulcd litgluv und uul 



lAMiiniB Lakb I'auk (J. W. Gorninn, inim- 
nger).— A\nnl nnd Currnri. In "The Terrible 
Judge,' headed last week's Mil; and busi- 
ness was about the best of Ibe season. Cur- 
rent : J. W. liormnn's International Vaude- 
ville Co., wllh Howe, Oitno nnd Walters, 
Mrdvln Brothers, Charles Kdwnrds.'nnd Hoyt 
and Burke. As a special outdoor attraction 
the diving liorseB. King and Queen, enter- 
tain afternoon and evening. 

lUMiTiis- Bbac!I! Casino (Win. II. Pltlnney, 
innnngei).— Ideal beach weallier brought big 
crods to this papular resort during Inst 
week. In the casino this week are J. W. 
Gorman's Imperials, Including the Rice Trio, 
llowley and Leslie. Heed and Shaw, "Chalk" 
Saunders, nnd the knniogrnpli. 

Mention.- John' Hums goon with one of 
the Bennett-Monllon companies the coming 

season, to iilny juvenile roles Sherman 

Contes ami Dan Klldare, of the Nashville 
Troubadours, arc Lowell boys, the latter being 

the musical director of the company 

Arthur Devlin Is assistant stage manager nt 
the Lnkevlcw Then I re. .. .George finrmnn Is 
direct lug Hie stage, and Wllllnm Schnffer Is 
musical director with the "Jack anil the 

Beanstalk." Several theatrical parties 

visited Keith's Theatre, Boston, during Rose 
Stall I and company's engngeaient. Miss Stall I 
was at one time lending Indy at the local 

Snvoy Theatre and made many friends 

frank i.dwui'ds Ik iilu.vlng the giant. In 
"■luck and Hie Beanstalk." Mr. Kd wards will 
be with "Monsieur lleancnlre" Co. the com- 
ing season The tiornians wdll resume 

their old roles, In "The Man from China," 
the coming season, until they take out their 

own minstrel company, as usual The 

local nc lie of Kngles, 22.1, will scad a big 
delegntluii to Hie tournament nt Springfield. 
Arrangements are to be made at the next 
meeting. 

I 

North AdnniH. — At Ilnosac Valley Turk 
(W. P. Aleade, manager) week of Aug. 1, Jo- 
seph J. Myaii's NiikIi villi- Troubadours at- 
tracted large, crowds and pleased Immensely. 
Tho opening skit, "The Railroad Porters." 
headed by Harper and Hums, was received 
wllh uiiicli laughter. The olio Included: Car- 
rie silih, Mugnolla Cometly Pour. Harper, 
Burns and Halley, atitl concluded with "Lucy 
Long's Birthday. "Billy" Harper deserves 
special mention, for he Is a colored comedian 
far above Ihe average. Week of Aug. S. the 
Kllte Vaudeville Co.., which Includes lOckhnff 
and Gordon, Ah Lint Koo, Kldora and Nor- 
dlliQ, WAllev Clark and tho Colonial Scope. 

HliriM TiiK.vnti: (James Sullivan, mana- 
ger). — 't'his handsome theatre will open lis 
third season Aug. Ill, wllh "San Toy" as 
the attraction. Manager Sullivan announces 
Dint, ho him some line bookings nnd iinticl- 
patos tl very stiecesHful season. 

Notks. — The Nashville Troiiliadiuirs, play- 
ing at Valley Park during Ihe past week, 
met, wllh serious drawbiicks owing lo Ibi' 
Illness of some of lis members. The first 
lo full 111 was Daisy. Butte, who Is now coii- 
llneil to Ibe liosulltil In this elly. and I In- 
second luetiilier. "Jlllly" Harper, was stricken 

with oppondlcltls Thursday night '• >'• 

Mullen, assistant, i mgrr of Hie Umpire 

Tlo'iitre, will leave Sunday, 7. for SI. Louis, 
to attend the bnllonal convention of Ihe 
P. nt. T. A. sisdelles. 

• ' 

Worrealcr.— AI Ihe Worcester Thealre 
(I'Vllx It. Wendclschoefer. iiKiiuigeri the New 
York Players, Hunter & IlriiiHord's Rlock 
Co., tlnl'sliidl lis Summer work here week end- 
ing Aug. II, presenting "1'lnk Dominoes. ' to , 
very Inrgc houses. The company has bud n 
very successful run In lis three months' slay, 
bid It nrllsllcnlly and llnnnclally. The botisc 
will open for lis regular season the llrsl part, 
of September, wllh Dr. W. A. Drowne again 
uclliig as resident mnnuger for Mr. Weiulcl- 

Lakk fWnriTslcr Consul. St. By. Co., man- 
iigcrsi.--\Vcek of S the Columbia Vaudeville 
(">. will be Ihe ul I ruction. Gorman's Com- 
cdlnns plnyed lo good returns lust week. 

Now— Maud Mngttlre. of Boston, known 
among live profession as Mnitd Thornton, who 
was severelv Injured In n trolley accident on 
her way bore, lo llll uu engagement lit (an, 
Lake lest week. Is reporled lo be gaining 
rapidly, ultliough ainpntallon was necesHiiry. 

1, vim. —At Gormnn's Hun r Theatre, 

Snlein Willows (M. J. Doyle, mniiiigerl. bus ■ 
iichh cnnthiues big. The nil ructions this week 
am: Kennedy nnd llooney, MarvrJIr- and Gleii- 
win, rrof. Miel, Iteilford and Wlnchcsler, and 

' "xirras.— Josle Huuforlli, one of Lynti's 
fiivorllc eloeutlonlsls, has Jollied the Hiiryej 
nnd (liige RHierlory Co.. now rehearsing 
k»re, Mat.aJerVlii.rfes !•'. Slteafe. of Ihe Gem 
•VliVntre. wlH open his I'ull season abotil the 
middle of September. The thealre s now ....- 

dergoliig repairs George M. Gild Ion. 

tills cirv, Is now miinager of the Colonial 
T lenlrlcil Agency, wllh lieiidi|niirleis In Ibe 
C lonlnl 1-he.itre building. Ikiston . • ■ .ninrles 
I'll Mips, of Swaiupscolt. has given a number 
of ! motion picture 'exhibitions on bis estate 
on Orient Street. 

Full Illvrr.— The Aciidemy of Music 
(W Vtri Musnn. inonngei) opens lis rign- 



f,iV Vuson Auu. 1U. 20, Willi Byrne Brothc 
lllgl" lleTls," fT.llowed by "W.mdlnn.r 



1 In 



music was furnished by the Second Brigade 
W, II. P., Band. After the ceremony refrewh- 
meiils were served and the congratulations 
of the guests were bestowed iin»ui:tiie happy 
eoupls. The groom hears the title ot "rlin 
Dynamite King," nnd Is onn of the most 
valued nnd popular ineioliers of the 1'nln 
company. 

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iiiuie Aianti, leaning lany. ami .baurru,c.c ■- ., ...,_„ 

Klneh have left the ri.mnniiy lo begin rr llnrrlslmrn.— At Pstlsng Park (Felix 

benrslils wllh liii'lr \tln|er eom»mlrs7 Their M. rsivls. manager) I lie Pa x In ng Slock Ctiui- 

places have been nitdl bv Din Mm- Laurence nnoy IN.' AUbrlh managerl closed una of 

and WIIIIbiu Wesloti, Tlw bill rot- Week of Ibe. nmsl successful scuisiiis. Aug. «(, l^,thn 

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M Is "Why Jones' 1^-tt Home." 

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n;\\si i.v a-si \. 



Lflll IH lint * "■ ■ * " " * w la ■ 

The house Iiiih undergone a thoroiigh 
overhauling and renovating during the Sinn-, 

""ninir'^TiiBATHt; (l»well Mason, innna- 
„p r ),'_l'rrpsrnt.lons are being made for Ihe 
opening of'lhe season, which occurs A n^, 
with "A Knclory Girl.' Ift-SW. Ills audi- 
lu-rlum and lobby are being renovated, and 
evei'vlliliig Is (loin- for (he pnlrotis' comfort 
lit tills popular priced Itoitsc. 

HllKKIlV'S TllliATIUI IM. P. '''I'"!,' u.| i 
ngerL— This bouse reoiiens Aug. K, wllh 
Wasbltiglon 's Creole Belles, 

Tiioittoii At 'be Taunton Theatre 

( cob ""("os» nianagers) wTSUflta N£ 
I J IMyiiu, manager) for week of Aug. N ihe, 
callforna Minstrels will be the attraction. 
PuiIimm tor the past week wa» very good. 
'"<• '"_?! nss" II Davis, who recenllv closed 
ivltb bv Buiuuui & llulley Circus, will bo ul 



rhlliiilt-llilila.-- Willi llie opening or 
three, illeitlres this wees our active list Is 
Ineiviised to six. nnd Ihenlrlcnl stTnlrs are 
taking on new lire. The three newcomers in 
tho field nre Hhniey's Arch Street Theatre, 
opening Monday afternoon and I lie National 
and i-oiipaiign's, both u|iciiiug Sutlirilny 
night. 

AM'loNAi. TtiKATtil: (Jonepli M. Kelly, man- 
ager). — This hoiise ojieus for the season Sat- 
urday night of this week, with Charles It. 
Yale s "Dcrll'i Auctlcn," nnd tuc same offer. 
Ing Is to be continued throughout the follow- 
ing, week. 

Hi.A.vKV'h ARi-ti Stiikkt Tttr.ATnn (II. -a. 
SchtesbiRCf, manager). — The opening of Hits 
house occurs Monday nlglu of ihls week, the 
nttriieiliiii being Harry (.'lay Itlanry, In 
'Across Ibe I'aclllc." This marks IM be- 
ginning of Hie new management and policy. 
A'e'xt week, "Only a Shop Dlrl." 

Kuril's Hum; I K. P. Lyons, resident 
luiuiugcr). — The patrons were out lu goodly 
numbers last week mid they bestowed ap- 
plause liberally on the performances of "Mr. 
Iliirnes, of New York," This week Ibe stock 
company Is presenting "The t'rlvatc See- 
rectary, " while hexl week "Whnt Happened 
to .louea" Is to begin. 

I-'oiiKi'AiKiH's '1'iiKATiti; (Miller & Katif- 
limn, managers). — Bntiirdny afternoon of 
the current week marks lite opening of the 
season ut this house, the. li|ll nelng "Janice 
.Meredith." George W. Rsrblor nnd Caro- 
line I'raiikllii assiimo the leading roles, 
while the remainder of the company remains 
substantially the same as Inst year. 

Ki: nit's Xkiv Thkatiik III. T. Jordan, 
icsldent inn linger). — An iittriieilve pro- 
gramme' Inst week brought good attendance 
to this house nnd this should In- duplicated 
this week, with tl hill Including: Jessie Mill- 
ward, Mini;. Slnpoffsky (second week), Dolnn 
nnd Lcnlinrr, Meredith Slaters -Welch-Mont- 
rose Trio, Arthur WhlteJaw, Clara Ilnllerlnl, 
Cnrlln and Otto, Morton and Klllott, Lyster 
and Cook, Klectrlc (Jtinrlet, Palnrdo, tlie 
Golubacks, nnd the blogrnjih. 

, (Ai'KtIM TllKATIlK i.tohii G. .Icrnion. man- 
ager i . — There wus excellent attendance ol 
t tie patrons Inst week und the .Lily Clny 
Kiii'iesniiei'seut'hed npprobntlon. This week 
Hie entertainment, is furnished by the 
Oriental Mnii|s. 

Imi.i.ow IllHiVM I'auk ( Management l'hlla. 
Itnpld Transit Co. I. — The Iihiicu Band Is 
now' fiirnishliig the music at thla park. 
Lucy Isnhelle .Marsh, soprano, Is the soliilsi 
wllh the organization. "(Iriuid Army lMy" 
Is announced for Aug, 10. 

WniiiiKiiii-; I'auk t Womlslilc Park Amuse-' 
inent Co.. managers). — There Is no chnngc lu 
Ihe attractions at this park, .Glnniilul's 
Royal Marine Hand of Italy and Woodford's 
educated anluiajs holding the places of prom- 
inence. . . 

Cii'kst.ni:t iiii, i. i'auk (II, P. Aucby, man 
tiger). — This week the Royal Venetian Band 
gives place lo a free viiuclcvllle performance 
in the casino. The other offerings .coutrnfio 
unchanged. 

Wasiiiniiton I'auk (Wm. J. Thompson, 
iiuiinigei i. — Liberiitl's Band and tho other 
features at this park continue iibcbangcU. ' 

Notks. — Harry lllnkeinore Is to Join the 
stock company nt Ihe Bijou In a few weeks. 

Geoigq Mcixel will cntillniie.ns Irons-, 

urer, and William Locker, ns assistant treas- 
urer, nt Ihe i i rami Opera IJouse, this year. 

Joseph Dillon, formerly at the Atitll- 

tiirliini, wilt be In tbu Ikix ofhre ul Iho Arch 
siccei Theatre this season It, Is an- 
nounced that Harney Gllmore will open Hie 
new Kensington Thealre Kent. 12. . . . . .Paul 

Burns has been re-engnged by M. Wt Taylor, 
mi coinedlnn and stage muiiiigei- wllh "Why 

Women sin." .During till* -season tin- 

People's Theatre Is to linvc :t fennile orcbes- 
Hit... , . ."The Maid uud ihe Mummy" Is lp 
open the season nt the t.hrsliiiil Street i'lic- 
ui re Sept. 5. 

rillslHii'u. — At the ItlJ.ni TlleiiDi- ill. 
M. titilli'k. ma linger) the sonsalliiiuil tuelo- 
dfinaO, "Llghtliotise by, the Sen," opejied for 
a week on, Aug. s. Iliih'tly's .Mitsindon 
Mlnslcels drew large- crowds last week,' re- 
ceiving liberal; iipiunuse and favorable com ', 
im-ui i -nn nil i|uui>terH. Iliin-.v Clay Blimey 
comes for week of jri-20, In "Across the I'll- 
cllle." 

AcADKMV i Marry W. WIIIIiuiih. innmiger). 
- -I'oinioenclng Monday tiiiillnce, N, Hie ilou 
Tun llui Icsuuers appear fur u week's en- 
gagement. They are presenting two new 
biirletlas, "I'arlslnn Jamlmree" nrld-*'A Wild 
Night," in addition lo an excellent olio. 
Prominent members of the company are: 
Williams and Adams, l-'lelds and Cook, Three 
Livingstons, the Simpsons uud Grace Lenu 
aid. with II. chorus of I hilly Indies. Till' 
liii|«'rlal, lb" •liwpiers cbwo a, successful week 
Saturday. II. They plenscd all (heir old 
friends and iidmlrcrii umi mode a host of 
new ones. The ne.M nltrncllon Is Ibu 
Ulopluns, aiini.iiiiccd for in-'JU. 

KHICJIIisllll'. l'Alin,-r IJlln's "ilui'lilllg of 
Route." I lie niognllb-i-nt Hpi-ctiole prchcoicd 
last week under the nimplres of Lodge No. 
11. II. P. II, l-llks, did licuieiiiloiis business. 
'Pbe organism I loll Is giving a change of bill 
Mils week, Die tillriu'lbui being Hie lull 

of I'nnipell." 

Siiiitiii:iin I'auk I A; H. Mc.su-lgaii, niitnii- 
g'i'1. — .Monday. H, nod week, I he ( 'rluiiillos 
and Gore cbmiinny. Ill n reltirii eugogi'iiii-ul, 
presenting the musical comedy, "A Wiirm 
Mulch." Included lu tills orgsiilsalloii ore: 
Dan Crliuuilus, I'liarles llniifi-y. Marry Me- 
Avov. Jack Warner, Hosa Gore, Mile. I'nlescn, 
Itlu Hell and Kiniiin Hell, 'llie attendance 
last week ><>nl limcit good, a desirable resiill 
liroiight tilinul by lb.- siileinlld show offered, 
coupled wllh Ideal waller coadltlons. 

Ki;\nviviiii|i I'auk tl-'. T. Mnorhend, inun- 
iiger), — T|n- pi.-nnii ueni oil i.iet ions are aug'- 
ineiited Ihls week bv Hie llumeslead Llbrnry 
Bond and. Dash, In bis unexcelled daring 
bicycle bidder ucl. Splendid attendance was 
noted Inst week. ' ' 

Niitcn. — Anuoniicement has been made of 
a chunge of policy Just decided ii|hiii deliulle- 
Iv by Manager Hurry Unvls. of Ihe Grand 
Opera House uud Avenue Tlu-ntre. The slock 
company productions, which In the imsi 
bnve ti.-eti presented nl lite Grilnd, are to 
be given lu-reafler at Ihe Avenue, while Iho 
Grand is lo bo devoted entirely lo continuous 
vaudeville of the highest clusa obtainable. 
operations. Ibe result of which Is to put 
Into effect this change, are nmr under war, 
nnd will he rushed lo a conclusion, as It 
Is the Intention to <>im>ii Hie Grand on Mon- 
day, Aug. 22. The Avenue opening will not 
take place until Monday, Sept. .", A de- 
cidedly Bpcclnciilnr imiiiliige was solemnized 
on I- rldiy night, Aug. !>. st l-'ricndshlp I'urk. 
after the close of Hie jB-i-fortiiaflce of 
-Tbu Untiling of Home," Tim principals 
were Kltlh- ilovcr of I Inn Isl.iug, I'll., und 
,ism*s ' Hlin-ki'iilioiz. lietii-r known by Ihe 
xtAni name of William Carrots' Brown. The 
ceremony was performed by Itrv. William V. 
I >n Won, of Trlnlly I'roteHlant Bplm-opal 
Church, of lids elly. The wedding look place 
on, the -plain of Homo, In the presence of 
the. entlis company, The s«en« was very lm- 
pwlve, lit up' by ten tinge calcium search- 
lights uud a liosl of red lire torches. The 



he most successful seasons. Aug. H, In, tin- 
history of the' park, Vanilevlllb will now 
ciuillime until the close Of ihe ssason. The 
Melville Vaudeville Co. comes week of S. 

in-Kii.i Dm st; (M. Hels. mnuageri. — Tim 
season will own I. 'I, with Ibe llolu-ialnii 
Bnrlesipiers. The bouse has been repnllited 
and Improved on the Interior, nnd new scen- 
ery baa been added. 

Nm-i:s. — l'rof. Kd. It. IliitcblBob and wife 
have been engaged for lull ham ascensions at 

Haxtiing I'urk (luring week of Aug. N 

'I'll- I'orcp.iugli Sells Circus Is due, here Kept. 

1 Spencer C. Clmrters has relumed 

from Atlantic elly and Is preparing for Ids 

senson with the Thomas K. Sben. In 

Till- Kirk Ilrown Co. will begin rehearsals 
here nbout Aug. 12. Will Deshou will be the 
business bend, of this enterprise. Repertory 
will he the principal feature, and one, two 
nnd three night stands will la- plnyed. wllh 

n special bill Waller llruehl, who for 

the (Hist three seasons link been will) the 
Corse I'avloii Co., ns stage carpenter, will 
remain home, having ilrfeplcd a similar po- 
sition with the Lyceum Thealre 

John Welsh, of Welsh Brothers' Circus, was 
here July 2i, bulking up territory. Hen J. 
Lnudner. treasurer nnd press reiirowntiiilve, 
was here July 21) to Aug. I. lie spent Ml 
at his home The John Robinson Cir- 



cus Is doing big business lu this seel Ion of 

PwnarlYaauL The crowds were large ,' at 

: Gettysburg. I'a., July 28 The flenlry 



llrothera' Circus has struck Central Penn- 
sylvania, und Is doing well Manager 

Charles Carpenter, of the Norrlstown, I'a., 
Opera House, was here tl, visiting his home. 

Manager N. Appell was lu Lending l>, 

ciiiilpletldg arrangements for the opening of 
the Opera House at t lint place, of which ho 



wf 



11 lu- In charge 



It ending. — At. Carson Ja Park Theatre 
(II. S. Golger, malinger) the Aiuphloiis, i: 



local, musical organisation, gave ct editable 
ntftslciit p,-i ■foriiuiiwes Aug. It!. 

Nidus. Indications |iolol toward an early 



LOlltfSlAIA. 

l»l>w Orleans.— West Knd (Jas. .1. Cor- 
rornii. manager) Ihe Century Minstrels 
proved high class enlei-lalnera at Ihls popu- 
lar lake resort week of July ill. nnd won 
much well deserved applause, l'rof. Geo. 
Paolelll and his concert hand as tistinl, as- 
well ns isipiilur .lis< Mngnolln. Iho blogrnph- 
man. scored heavily. A change of bill la 
promised for week <u Aug. i. 

Tint KuobiNH I|oitsk.(M. Ifvy, mana- 
ger). -This popudar side show continues to 
please large crowds nightly, and always wins) 
laughs nnd prnlso, 

Ariit.KTii- Pahk (II- 0. Kourlon, mnna- 
grr).— Tim Imperial Opera Co., In n doiiblo 
bill, plnyed to Talr, business week of July 
.'l1. The company will close lis engagement 
here Aug. (I, being replaced week of 7 by 
ibe Kdwnrds Co., and it now feature wilt ha, 
a free .vaudeville show nightly adjoining the, 
nsnd stand, prior to Ihe regular Casino per- 
formance, rrof. Otins. Klsher, the wtill 
known leader, nnd Ills orcheslm will con- 
tinue the ulglilly concerts. The other side, 
shows nt the pnm hdre been enjoying good 
business. ' 

Notkm.— Col.- \V. II. Rowles. the popular 
manager of Ihe Titlnne and Crescent Tito- 
aires, Is exjoeeted here week of T Mali- 
nger Jake Wells, of the So. Amusement Co., 
was here weak of July HI, on a business trip 
nnd. ns usual, made many heneiiehil changes 
lo Ibe public hi Ills enterprises Mana- 
ger Hopkins, of tho Hopkins circuit, nisi) 

spent ii few days here week of 111 I'ete 

l.iitternde, the hustling lithographer of tbn 
Tu bine and Croareul. Tbetilres. litis Isien on. 
loving a Hulling I rip along Ibe. West. Knd 

const (ins Wi'ticr. Inle treasurer of the 

iirpbeiim Theatre, Is now holding Ihe siinm 
position wllh the New Orleans II. II, Clllli 
Assoelstliiu The walls of Iho old Acad- 
emy of Music, Inter known as Iho Audubon 
Thealre, recently destroyed by lire, are holng 
torn down, and n big resiaiimiil building Is 

to be erected on Its site Did Hill Trimble, 

tho well known minstrel nnd promoter. Is 
■tow holding a prominent position tit, tho 
N. t). II. II. Park Bills ore out announc- 



ing (he opening of Mnmiger l-'ourton's Grand 
Opera House for Hepl. 4. with it bluli class 
slock company Geiilnl Morgan Howling. 



revival here in the Interest of things Ilia- 
ritrlenl. Severn! Important changes Itnrc 
in coned lii the iiiniiiigcment of our tlicatro-, 
and the prospect s for the ensuing season are 

May encouraging Jnrtu D. MlalllT, 

Who bus bqcn for years Idontlllert wltb 
ahivsoment >»nteriii-li>e« In this elly, litis 
recently secured Ihe Temple Thealre, for- 
merly of the llelss circuit, and will conduct 
same In addition to. tho Academy of Music. 
'riuli lie may prove successful In tils mw 
venture Is the hope of our Ibcalregolug 

public The Grand Opera House, which 

toV many years has prospered under Ilia 
eillcleiit management of George M. Miller, 
will take the place of the Temp|e Theatre 
nthnng the Reins houses. Nullum Appell, of 
llarrlslmrg. will Ih> In charge, and Judging 
friiln the reputation which precedes lilni, 
Will be a valuable addition to our mana- 
gerial forces. I'rcii/initloiiB are now being 
made for the opening of tills house, which 
has hern entirely n novated and Improved. 
'..:.. .I'lHtegraff A Browiiell will retain tin- 
cozy Hljeii Theatre, nnd deserve a cnnllnu. 
n nee of the large patronage lo which they 
have been accustomed. .... .Prank It. Slinl- 

leys, of Ihls city, formerly business niuiui- 

?er for Adelaide Thurston, leaves shortly 
pr Ti -eHlon, N. J.. Where, lie, will take It 
position as manager ot u theutre. Ilia 
' litany friends In Rending wish hint well. 
i 
, A|tooiiii.- - At IhC Hlnvenlh Avenue Opera 
House (I.C. Mlahlor. ninongcr) "Tim Light. 
hiilise by Hie Sen" opi'iicd the season with 
large attendance Aug. I. The Iliipet'lul 
Vaiidevllle Co.. presenting Mr. und Mrs. 
Sydney Drew .lenhle Yen mans. Klein nnd 
Clifton. Morris nnd llowen ahd . olbers, Is 
billed for <t-tO. •'I-Tiililgnii's Ball" HI, The 
Thoroitghbieds 1.1, HI. 

I.AKIIMilNT I'AUK THKATIIK IS. H. Crillle, 

inanngnrL- -The Sinr Vniulevllle Co. bud 
gikid business week of 1, The following 
people win appear week of H ; Marlon anil 
l'enrl, Minnie ilmnvlIRi, ',«. J'. Cahlll. J. IV. 
Nelson. Billy Wells, Knrokei- Urns., William 
Oswald, mill Beeves, Ihe Juggler, 
_ | 

l.niii-niiU-r. -At the Roof Garden (John 
(I. I'epples, manager) nllravMuiis for week 
of Aug.' S Include: Mnirsl llngiin. I,lllli||i 
Tyre, Irene Jeiiimn, lloiiltn, with her fulniii 
and African midgets: Moone.v and Holbein. 
Only uud Sinelte. Devlin nnd Iteveii'. elc, 

ItllCKV Sl-MINIIH. I'AUK 'I'll HA I a W III. II. 
ilrlfr.-tlis, iiianngcli. John II. Wills' Co., 
la ' 'Sweet Mhtceii," H-CI. ' 

N.i 1 1:. — Miniagei- Ycckey an in es Hull 

Ihe rebtilldliig of Ihe I'ulluii llpera House 
Is progressing rapidly und thai. It will be 
reopened ulioiil Sept. lo, ' 

- ■ ' » . i 

niiiliinisiiori; - At Hie Vailammit Park 
I'livlllon iLyinnn A. I'my, niiinager) llie 
Vntliiioont Slock Co. conllmies lo film pen. 
|ite nwny. 'The CiiwIkiv and Hilt Lady" 
A)ig. I -if, "A iVlehriiliil Case" III, Due: 
•Turned. Dp" 8-H». "Tlie Galley Slav/ 
'Ifilrf. "Ilearl of KeiiHieky" lb 17, "At. 
' Cosey Corners" IH-'Jti. After 20 Ibe slock 
company closes and vaudeville will liold llto 
boards until cl»so of Hut season, Sept. III. 
ehil*. Ilanlngcr i losed his eligUKOiiicul 
, here. II. 

I'iiiihcai'iiIi Sm.ui Cini'iH Is billed for 27. 

. 4 '» 

IIIHHIf/.- INMNII, 

I'riivldrnrr.-- Al Keltji's Theatre fi lias. 

Isiy-iiherg. nuiniigeri ■•('hurley'* Aupl ' Will 
In- produced by Ibe Albee Slock Co. Aug. S- 
III. "The Aiuiixoils" 1.V20. 

Kmi'ink Thkatiik tSpllit ft Niilhnnson, 
ininagei'Sl.-.T'lm Hoi Karroll stuck Co. 
closed lis season by ploying "Km Ills Coini- 
ll-y's Snkn" 1-11. Ilea.itll nerfoi'innuci's, Tims 
day. for Miss Karroll: Wednesday, for John 
■ Lime Connor: Tlmrmliiy, for Knlliryn I'ur- 
nell. nnd l-'rldiiy, for .Iiiiiics Kennedy, were 
well [Niironlied. Aflpr Isdng dark n wmk. 
the theatre will- reopen. IT,, for the regular 
xc]tsott,.wltli Upward Hall's new play, "TJm 
nVilf's I'araills*." 
Ciii,H-r.M:r Din or (Alfonso, manager). — 
< 'The bill H-lil Is Bird Phil's Double Sensa- 
tion, and Mnxey, Ihe needle king. 

Rocky I'oi.vr Casino, lit. A. llnrrlngloii, 
■'miiiingcr l. — Oil the programme H-L'l are! No- 
' vnilii I- iiirliigli.ii. Ailu (ircenliiilg, Mniile Col- 
lins, Pcnton Bisters, May llolice, l-llbel Role 
Inson, Lanrbio Ituynrd, Hie Johnsons, Nornia, 
Wills, Mgy lly< r, Dot Dulvoy, nod (lm Down, 
KiiSt Kerennders, 

MISS INUNAM closed Willi Bin Allieti Stock 
Co. 0, going lo .New Orleans. IJIIzubel h. 
MViodsoii has been eiigitgeii by tho manage- 
ment of the company for "The Ainuwns." 
— , — #■ » 

KI'.niKKV. 



Ihe hustling ticket Inker pud lithographer 
of the Crescent Theatre, bus returned fl'olll 

Iho Ht. ImjiiIs Knit', highly pi tl and timcll 

hr-ncHHiHl In henllh "Wllletlo," Ihn 

Soiithei-u wisard, after resilng up Intro sotito 
lime, will leave here Sept. I for St, l.iinls. 
to till an extended engagement with other 

Kaslarn dalea to follow Van Clovo nnti 

Ills trlrk mull) Pole rested up here week bt 

HI Hustling W. II. Kviius, llie well 

known advertising man for Greimwall's new 
ilicnuc. Is out hustling for the big opening 
In September, 'nnd promises a circus billing 

In Ibe way of display l'rof. Prod C. 

Sclimldlt. of Iho llniikenJoH Music Co., was 
ipileily iiiurrlcil lo Miss C II. Sielainnu, of 
the sumo mush: bouse, Aug. 2, and lliunedi- 
n t el v left on their bridal lour, first going 
lo Hi. Louis, 

4»» 
CANADA. 

Moptrenl.-At the Arcnn (W. A. Norlbey, 
iiuimigerl the New York Comlu tipera Co. 
woimil uii Its seinoiii of comic operas with 
"The Telephone, Girl," lo good business, Aug. 
III. 

SoiijiKti I ».i ii it (I.nvlgnn A Lnjole, mana- 
gers). — The warm weather was mapuuillili) 
for crowded housos at the alioVn popiilur 
park during week of 1-fl. .The nllraellotttj 
were: Ilrown nnd Bntlolelll, Mnjer Sisters, 
tho laiuuilncs, Pnnjicr Trio. Vnlvluo llrolb- 
era, and Lavlgnn's Military Band. 

IlivHiisitik I'AUK (Al. Itsiid. manager). — 
The utti'iuluiice during Iho week Ml wns excel- 
lent, Tint slliuellons wore i Win, Josh Duly s 
Minstrels, Prof. PiHiuss, who remained In a 
seal. d Isitllcfor nine duys ilbd nights, wltb- 
out fiHid or drink, and 111 Tom Ward, tlm 
mlnstiel. who uiilkes a balhslu iikceiisloit 
every Sunday nflernoim. 

His MA.iusrv'H til. I}. Brooks, liiuiuiger), 
--This house formerly Proutor'n raMtra, 
will open Its sen son on Aug. 211, with Lulu 
Glaser. la "A Madcap Princess." The house. 
has iindorgono exlonslvo repair* imd will In 
future be the high priced. Iioium.nr Montreal. 

Ai'.muimv of Ml'Mie III. C. I'.gerlot illla- 

gerl.-— This. Iioasii wits formerly, the BMM 
»f .Ills "alara,"' bill will III. fuluce.bo (lovoled 
to popular priced n It fuel Ions, opening Aug. 211. 

Thkatkk I'mani'aih (P. W. la't'biir, iiiiinu- 
gen. -Itohle's KlilckvrliucklTS lliirlvsiiim Co. 
will open Ihe Hiinsoli hero Aug. 22. 

TiikATitH National Phancaim ((I. dm- 

vrea longer), The periimiieiil Krcncb 

Slock Co, has been relnfornied by sumo play- 
ers from mim and will open with "D'u> 
Vllills," Aug. H. 

Notk Tlie four Kngllsb Ihi'iilit-s »rp 

uiidi.-r Hie colli roi of. tlm. .1. 11. Hpoouit 
Ainiisemenl Co., wllh W. A. Ildwurds mi 
general munagcr . 

Himilllon. -At Nona I'urk ,(), G. Apple- 
Ion. . mnn/iger) Iho Rhe Uirrilltio, Co. 
oiieiied Aug. 1, In "Par Anolbbl' s t!rliuo. 
Kxociioiii hiislness wns done all week, Week 
of Aug. Si "Itoiilioko." 

Moiistain I'auk (Win. II. Suei'iiluii, intin- 



user), ---Tbn Courier Co.. week of I, put mi 
"A Coiinliy lllrl" und "Turned Up" to good 
houses. Week or H, Geo. IL 'Bummers' Co., 
In "Tlw l.lgblii of New Vork." ' 

NoTK.--'rTi« 'Grand Himru. IIouhk season 
will (US'li Aug. Ill, Will) "Tho Wizard of 
us." The home will not bo. enlarged Ihls 



Toronto. Al Miiuroe Park (W. Hunks, 
mamigerl n good ''HI "'"I '"'ge crowds Aug. 
I (I, ,The card lucluili'd : Primrose mid Bull- 
Ion'. .1. W. NhoiTle, Ihe lleiobards, Ida O'Day, 
Hie He l-'onlns Slid llurrle, llodurd ami (;o 

llANUN'N Point (Mat Dee, myuagiir) Is 
drawing large business ill every performance. 

Notusi - -Tlui Princess Thealre ((). II. 



nuir.ni — i ini i.,ii..-n" .,......« ^.,. ... 

Shcppnrd, tiinliiigiir) o|sui» Aug. 211 

The Grand oiu-tn I louse (A. J, Small, innil- 

iiger) opens Aug. Ul MuJesllc Thentrn 

(A. J. Sniiilt, iiiiinnger) opciin Aug. IT..... 
Shea's Thetitra (J. Hbcii, mamtger) opena 
Aug. 22. 

s ' ' 

ilnebii- ,\i the Auditorium Thrill rn 
(A. J. Siniill, liiaiiiigeri tlm (beelller l.'ns- 
eneiivn Concerl trn. rendered n very delight- 
ful progriiiniiiR for three nights, commenc- 
ing Aug. I and went, rewarded wltb full' 
houses. Tlm limine Is dark 8111. 



. (...nisi lite. — The Avenue Theatre IChus. 
A. Shaw, nmiiiigeri has. been Ihorouglily reno- 
vated during the Sitniiner vacutloii, mid will 
munch Ibo'seatuli of 11HH 5 with Lincoln .1.. 
Carter's melodrama, '"lliii Hvarl of Chleiigo." 
The opining orciRs Alig. 7. 

,(n "Ki.v Ci. tui I'auk i, dimes II. Camp, nun 
agerl. — Ci-Mtore. Willi Ills band, atDacli-d 
, lilg, crowds during week of I. Por wurk of S, 
Inl-es' Hand. 

• . ■ ' ' • ■ » » i " 1 
— Kdiuund Kreeio Inn liean enxJRcd by. 
Henry II. Harris far thu role of Jeff Cublll/ 
In "llnnson's Polly." 



MAI.M5. 

I'orllnilil. -Al Ihe Cape Collage Theatre 
(H. V. I "Iictn ii. iiianugeri the oiicra coiupiiiiy, 
with Ned Nyn mid Almnruh Hullnm ns now 
faces In I lm cast, produced "The Hello «if 
New York" Very entertainingly lo paying 
business, Aug. Ml. "P.vaiigi-ilni!" will bo 
given H.l.'l. 

OHM TtUMTlfe, IfllAK'S IfUNR. US, W. 
T. Godlng. manager). -^'The Pipe ot Peace," 
n new four net dnunu, by Scdley Brown, 
stage dlreelnr ul Ibis bouse, received lis 
Mrs' production on any -stage loirs. Aug. I. 
remaining. III. The pluy ulh/iciid highly 
lilensetl. aiidbinces t>f t-spaclly proportions 
Ihroiigliout ilit- week and was generally 
voted a stl'-ccss. The Hostoiila l/nlles III-. 
cbesirii gives lis second Sunday night con- 
cert 7. "At tlm White Horse Tavern" will 
be Ibe hill 8-1.1. „ , 

Itivr.lrniv -I'AUK Tin: i no; (\f. B. Smith, 
resilient uinnagnr).--Tbn l^ndou Vsudevllbi 
Co. drew big bnslhcrs here 1-0. Annie Ab- 
bott headed a bill of excellence, followed by 
the MA/.«rr Comedy Pour. • Marvelln and 
Olvatoti, the Eldorado Sisters, Morse llrun. 



560 



ti-te: istrw itotik: csltpper. 



August i& 



PASTOR'S 

Mondsr, Air. a. Re-ensagenient. Orand Success of 

JEWELL'S AtTOMATIO THEATRE, 
FISK A JH-OOMOL'liH. MAIHJE FOX, 

crawford .v manning, danny mann co., 
the lovett8, henry a hoon, 

mr. .v mrs. bbaw, beverly * dan vkrs, 
butler a- wilkks, . aiiaMh a dh k w, 

BERT LKNNON, PAUL FREDERICK, 

THE AMERICAN VITA 01! A Til. 

Extra Miction ■ - O'BRIEN & BUCKLEY 

Huber's l i£ Museum 

tleo, II. Iluber, Propr. J. II. Anderson, Mgr. 
WANTED, tor (lie opening, Aug. 1, Attraction* and 
Freak, for Ciirlo Hallo. Add. J. H. ANDERSON, 

uh atiove. 



CHO. t MAY WOODWABI) 

THK ORIG INAL SUNHmtNK UItl'rlKS. 

CHAS. E. COLBY and 
ALLIE 0. WAY, 

The V«ntrJloq nl.f . nd Dancing Poll. 

AL. LAWRENCE, 

Vaudevilltt "Arnuilngl.t" Mlmitlc. 
Permanent addteti, R. F. D. No. 1, Kent, 0., P.8.A. 

(THE LITTLE MAOJIET), 

Lottie Gilson | Billy Hart 

"The Fly Flirt." 7 3 Livi ngston A ve., Yonkers, NY. 

MR. and* MRS. JACK BURGH. 

I'llKJIIKK 1 LLC HI UMSl'8. 

ONE OF THOME SATISFACTORY ACTS. 

GRAUMAN CIRCUIT, CALIFORNIA, INDEFINITE. 



MAYME REMINGTON 

ADd BUNOLK ROOI.OO BABIES-Ilotol Bartholin, 
N.Y. Agents: JO PAI GE SM ITH and WM. MORRIS, 

BARRY "i JOHNSON 

THAVKBTIES IN VAUDEVILLE. 



GILMOUR and LATOUR 

CHI-GAN-CY BEACH, MICHIGAN CITT, 
IND., IIST1L SEPT. I. 

HARBY BBOWN, 

THE SIN01NO COMEDIAN. IIIB NEW HONG HIT. 

"I'M. DU AS MUCH KOR YOU." 
Care o r CLI PPER. 

TOM llAtKMAX, 

lie. xlutlre Actor, Vocalist, (lbani< 

Artist. 
AT PASTOR'S THKATKK, N. Y., AVO . M 

AT LIBKHTY FOR NEXT SEASON, 

TROCADERO QUARTETTE. 

1958 \V. POI.K ST., CHICAOO, ILL. 
JOE BIKNKS.Bop. 



BERTRAM MILLAR 



LEADS and HEAVIES, 47 W. Irttb St., New Yol 



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JUGGLING MATHIEUS 

MARVELOUS DISPUY OF DEXTERITY. 
Aug. 14, Oak Sniiimlt Park, E vatisvllic, I ml. 

TUB HOLiBBOOKS, 

Celebrated musical net, Including tint Indy 

(.'IIHUipiOII HllXllllllllUe HDlOlsl. 0|)l'il lll]l<>, 

Address BO X 171'. Bhcrborn, Ma m, 

LOWANDE-WILSON CO.. 

bijou VAUDEVILLE I II HOIS. 
LINCOLN PARK, WORCESTER, MAH8., 8-18. 



TOM LEVANION, 

SENSATIONAL AEIII ALIHT. 



THIS WEEK, 



LUNA PARK. 



BHOOKS BROS.' & CO., 

BIO LAUOHINQ HIT, 
BIFF I IIAFFM BUFF II I 

Aug. I t, BR0 0KB1DB PARK , Altiol, Mass. 

Double Bass and Tuba 

WANTED, 

Lucier's Minstrels, 

Untie r canvas; winter cngagcmeni after lent sea- 
rod over; otlier Musicians write. Aug. 13, 
Norllilleld, VI.;lt,Montpollor, Vt. 

' K.J. PALMER, Munager. 

' AT LIBERTY, 

M Ml. PITTS, 

UNION STAQE CARPENTKR. Lung experience. 
AND 

Lula rWla» Vrortntnt-., 

EMOTIONAL AND JUVENILE LEADS. Oue piece 
preferred. Address M. M. IMTTO, 

It West Mnntmlni BIWH, Detroit, Midi. 



FOB SALE ON ROYALTY, 

New Japanese Comedietta. 

Sfiiulnnte act for ihvee people. Heady for Inilant 
ur<Mluctl>.ii. suenery, costumes, mm. Mdras* 
" M.L..caro»f CLIPPER^ 

AT LIBERTY, 

NAT. E. SOLOMONS, 

HU810AL DIRECTOR iPLAHO', 
Opera, Mimical Comedy or Repertoire. Adilresa 
THE MELKOSK, Madison Avenue and nntti Street, 
Room 8. New York Olty. ■ 



STREET MEN 9 AGENTS 

100 FEB OBIT. PBOriT 01 A 10c. 
CA1PAISI PU.ZLE. 

The Newest Thing Out. ami will attract more at- 
tention than any novelty ever aliowu. Sample 
pOBt paid upon receipt of loc. 

MKI.LKN NOVELTY CO., 
0)4 M arquette U ulldliiir, Chicago, HL_ 

Wa *x t © cl, 

MEssiiif Few village. 

SISTER ACTS, NOVELTY ACTS; alio FEATURE 
ACTS, for week commencing Sept. 13. 

DAVE STAMKBl'KV. Mgr. . Enid, Oklahoma. 

At Libtrtr, Attar August. - - violinist 'and 

ORCHESTRA LEADER. Can fumlali Orchestra. 
Show or Concert work. Add. FRANCIS tlEOROE. 
UU9. Kir., Savoy Theatre, Atlantic City, N. J. 



\?vo]vr>E>j»rMJiv CiVivic for 

LILLIAN RUSSELL'S LATEST BALLAD SUCCESS!! 

IN DREAMLAND, IN DREAMLAND 

By BDWARD ®. AjBJ$I*jB® and WM. T. FRANCIS. 

REFRAI BfcT z 

In Dreamland, in Dreamland, In Dreamland, in Dreamland, 

In beautiful, beautiful Dreamland. In beautiful, beautiful Dreamland. 

The wild red rose In splendor grows. 'Tie always spring, when angels sing 

Exhaling Its perfumes in Dreamland. That roses are sweetest in Dreamland. 

AH 91 VO BY MISS RUSSELL IN "\V HOOP-DF.-DOO." BIO HIT WITH OTHER WELL KNOWN BALLADIBTS. 



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A BEAUTIFUL NUMBER THAT IS AN ACQUISITION TO ANY SINGERS REPERTOIRE. 

SEND rOR IT QUI OK. 

Professional copies to recognized performers t\|rt f^ARf^Q 

■' or those sending up to date programme. " H ""lv\/ V/nriLVwi 

IVI. \Ayi-rsviARK A SONS, Publishers, 

WITMARK BUILDING, 144-146 West 37th St., New York. LOOK FOR THE BEE HIVE CLOCK TOWER. 



FREE 



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ECCENTRIC SINOINO, TALKI.NU AND 1)1)1 Ul.K COMEDY WHISTLING. 



Tbl. Week, WINONA BEACH, BAY CITY, Mich. 



SOME OF TUB ATl'R ACTIONS WITH 

SINGLING 
BROS/ 

CIRCUS 



GREATEST 



Theie Attractloni may be adarasaetl cart 
BINULINO BBOB., Baraboo, Wla, or a. pat 
rout* of ataoir. 



THECOLINIGLAIRONS 

Wblrlwlnd Dancera. 

VICTOR BEDINI FAMILY 

Benutlonal Equestrian.. The only act 'In 
America Introducing a dog and • ptopia 
Jumping on 1 horse. 

CAIILLE FORTUNS TRIO 

Cbamplon Horizontal Bar Com'qut.. Xblrd 
leason wltu Kloglmg Iiros. 

DA coIFfaiilt 

As Absolutely Original A trial U.piiy. 

THE FAMOV'S 

7 JACKSON FAMILY 7 

America's Greatest Troup, of 'Cycl I its. 

THE FLYfiNTFISHERS 

Banaatlonal Long DltUnea lUd-Alr Uapa. 

THElLDREDS 

Only Three Artlstn In the World Accompll.h- 
Ing Triple Sluiultaneous Leap from the 
ground on to tbe back of a galloping home. 

THE FLEXIBLE EQUILIBRISTS. 

CENARO THEOL 

Booked solid In the biggest and beat thea- 
tres In tbe world for three yenrs, 

THE AERIAL SMITHS 

Artiitle Poiing on the Doable Srapeae. 

dollarTroupe 

AcMbatS. Feature with Singling BfO*' 
Circus — Second Year. I 1 

GLINSERETTI troupe 

Originator, of Everything New In Acrobatic*. 



THEATRICAL HOTELS 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

' ST. CHARLES HOTEL, IS So. Clark St., 
Chicago; Root. J. Could, Prop. Theatrlctl Head- 
quirtors. Rooms |8 to |7 per week.Stesm heat, bathe 



N All D N ALL v " a Burcnacd WabasfiXv 

ntumntui D . A . dq qley, prop. 

WDI. TELL HOUSE, Howard and Somerset 
Sts., Bo«ton, Bass. Central location. Excellent 
meals. EMILY T. BANNWABT, Prop. 



KAISERHOF 



REVERE HOUSE, 

CLARK and BICHIOAN STREETS, CHICAGO. 

American, (2 and up; European, Hcta. and up. 

Special Rates to Theatrical Profession. 
S. A. CROWE, Proprietor. 

Fireproof. European. 
370 S. CLARK ST., near 
Jackson, CHICAGO. 
SP ECIAL RATE S. M Kff GE R MAN RESTADRANT. 

FRANK HUNT'S EUROPEAN HOTEL, 

148 Dearborn St., Chicago. Professional rates $4 
per week and up. Location In heart of the city. 

STROSB HOTEL, X* and S*o W . lath ST.. 

CINCINNATI, 0111(1. AMERICAN FLAN. 

t7.U0 BIKOLE, t<L0O UOUBLE PER WEEK. 

CHESTERFIELD.- Elegant Hotel; modern. 
Perfect cuisine, service, appointments. European 
plan. J, afcflANRAH AK. Prop., Petersh urg.Va. 

Wabash A Madison, CHICAO 0. 
O C. Vaughan, Prop. Strictly 
American Plan, $8-tUalngle: 
I7-SI8 dh- 7 * 



VAUDEVILLE 
FEATURES, 

For two weeks, commencing Aug. 14 and si, ■ 

RI1EHSIDE P*HK. SIOOX BITY. M. 

(live full particulars and lowest aalary oral letter. 
AddroHS OLIVER IjASTgLL, siour City, la.' 



Kilt's New Hotel Cafe T C $ J SS SIS 

Rooms Mo. to 76o. per day; tt.f<o and 13.00 a week. 
Ladles' Restaurant on second floor. No. 6 E. 4th 
St., Wilmington, Del. O.R._HOLT, Prop. 

PALACE HOTEL, 101 N. Olark sT, Chioago. 

European, |8 per week; with private baa, IT. 
TnrMah Bath, too. H. B. HUMPHREY, Prop. 

■T. JAMES HOTEL, TOLEDO, 0. Ameri- 
can Flan. Theatrical Headquarter.. $1. a .ingle. 
H double; Hand ,7 py week. ^ 

VICTOR HOUSE, 374 E. Indiana St., Chicago. 
Room and Board, ,8 week. Italian and French 
Onlalne. centrally lo cated. V. C aste-Hail, prop. 



WHO WANTS ME ? 

HILLIARY ALLEN, 

A conscientious, CAPABLE and SOBER ACTOR. 
MANAGER of much versatility desires a position as 

Manager or Treasurer. 

Can play any LINE OF PARTS, nil la In specialties 
and do a bit of singing. 

AM ALWAYS ON DECK. 

I I Why wouldn't .nek a Kan be a 

valuable uvqal.lt ion to anyesmpsaytl 
Ma«agera wishing to INVESTIGATE such a 
RELIABLE INVESTMENT, with highest refer- 
ences, address HILLIARY ALLEN, 
Oare of NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



Principal Riding Acts 

FOR 

MACKAY'S 
European 3 Ring Gircus 

SEASON CLOSES lf9V. 30. 

Permanently located at World Fair, St Louli, Mo. 
Telesraph ANDREW MACKAY, 

Manager Mackay's European Circus. World Fair, 
St I.ouis, Mo. 



Eat Route With The Great 
WALLACE SHOWS. 



tom-STELLIM & NICHOLS lou 

Double and Single Clowns. Look out for 
Our New Specialty Next Season. 

G. Z. BRONSON 



And His Band. 



NOTICE. 
HOTEL SEYMORE 

- 41 Month Avenue, Rorhe.ter, A. V. 

PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE ONLY. 

RATESi »7.O0, Single; 1000, Double. 
SI.-43, Single, 1 to 3 day*. 
7i Sl.UO, Double, I to 3 day.. 



HOTEL VELEY 

BCROPDAH PLAIT. 

Mr BpeoUl weekly rates to the profession. 
Ill Clark St., Chioago. Most central focstlon In Chty 



WANTBD, A 

Good Repertore Actor 

To play whatever cast for and rnn stage. One 
doing spaclaltles preferred. A No. 1 Male Piano 
Player. Tell all first letter and be ready to Join 
by wire. No room for boozers. 

D. K. GRINKELL, 
Care of Opera House, Waterloo, Iowa. 
V. Bester, If at liberty, write. 



FOR COMING SEASON, 

Lillian Leigh Grand! 
Robert Grand!, 

LEADING BUSINESS. 

Competent Stage Dlreotor. Wardroi>e and Abil- 
Ity. Address ROBEHTG RANDI, Springfield, Mo. 



WANTED QUICK, 





Al oaRI'ENTKR who can paint and liulM; cltivcr 
at lilu. Also need (rood PIANIST. Join at once 
here. BRANDON EVANS, Newark, Ohio, 



WANTED, PEOPLE FOR 

IKIT FRIEND FROM ARKANSAS. 

(live lowest salary and full particulars In first lei. 
OoimI Heavy Man, Character Man, Character 
Woman, etc. Address ROBT. SHERMAN, ■ 
Bjg Polk St., Minneapolis jMSjg ' 



Lit ho -Tint Posters. 

Oar New Four Color Stand, the Prettiest Hand 
Painted Foster on Hie Market. Send copy and fl 
for aauip'e 16 slit, .land and prices. 

PITTSBDBG POSTEI STUDIO. 

tltlU Penn Awe., PltUbnrg, Pa. 



WANTED. FOB 8EC0HD BARD, 

MUSICIANS THAT CAN MAKE tiOOD. Write or 
wire hi once as per route: Attr. 12. Ltke city, 
Minn ; 13, Wabasha, Minn., and uaud lO.winoua, 
Minn. Bolbel Bros.' Dog and Fony Show, 



J 



MILLER 

COSTUMER, 

281 IV. «t-li St., 

PHILADELPHIA. 

Have a Lot of Used Costumes In Good Condition; 
would like to dispose of at a very reasonable flg- 
urc\ Write for estimate. 



OPERA HOUSE 



DELl-tiiRNEL TRIO, 

World'. Cbamplon Aerial Bar Gymnasts. 

DONNIE, 

Queen of tbe Aerial Rings. 

Corelli, Rooney & Royer, 

Comedy Acrobatic Feature. 

THREElEVAROS 

Greatest Act of Its Kind In the World. 

ALLErfSiSTERS, 

Late of the Famous Nelson Family. 
Tumblers. Acrobats and Contortionists. 

Sanozol 

Lotion and Soap 

is a guaranteed CURB for PIMPLES and all 

Skin Eruptions. 

The Baaoiot . treatment has CURED LUFFS. 
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ULODERMA. SKIN CANCER. PSORIASIS, Rl.VO- 
WORM, PEUICCLOSIS, and all otlier forms of 
ulcerative, scaly and parasitic skin diseases. 

We can referyou to thousands of bonaflde cures 
that may be verified In New York City. 

At all Drug Stores or SANOZOL LABORA- 
TORY 137 ST. MARK'S AVE., BBOOK- 
LYN. Lotion, $3.00 per holtle; soap 2»c. percale: 
or ]ar. Trial size Lotion, 25c. FREE MEDICAL 
ADV ICE. Mall orde r, promptly ailed. 



OUST 



EAGLE LAKE. TEXAS. Open lime from AC 

on. Population, 2.ioo. Three railroads. Beating 

capacity, 600. Produce any kind bill. Electric 

lights. Stage, 40x46. Arepoaltory. 

Address MANAGER. 



WANTED, 

FEATURE VAUDEVILLE ACTS, 

FOR TBE 

Eisenbarth-HcDdt-rson Floating Theatre. 

Must Join on wire. Address CABETVILLK, Ky. 



HISS FRAMES i. MUM, 

JOVBNILE OB EMOTIONAL LEADS, 

AT LIBBBTT AM. 14. 



Address 



Care Of GARRICK STOCK CO , 

Bloomington, Illinois. 



OPEN TIMS. 

NEW AUDITORIUM, RUSSELLVILLR, Ky. A 

modern playhouiie, thoroughly up to date In all 
tin appointments. Scenery ana equipment of the 
liesL Booking seasou 1904-5. Can BUge heaviest 
production., Want only good attractions and 
one a week. Good huslneas for good show.. Open 
time In AUGUST and SEPTEMBER If taken qnlck 
Would book one or two Al Repertoire Companies 
during season. H. B. CALDWELL, Manager. 



For 



WAHTED QUICK, 

Uncle Hez Co., 

Sister Team, Boubrette, Character Woman, Rand 
and Orchestra Lead*', stage Carpenter (union), 
Clarionet. Actors who can play nrass. Stage 
people send photo. i 
FRANK ADAMS, Frederick, Maryland. 



| .v.. .u,. amviiib, 

JUVENILE MAN, JUVENILE WOMAN, YOUNG 
MAN FOR BMALL PARTS AND PROPS. 
Nuine your salary, a Is sure. Address 

FRANKLIN MrNARRY, 

842 cedar Street, Sprlngnetd, Ohio. 



DO YOU WANT 

GOOD FILMS? 

l6,ooo Feet Edison and Imported Pathe, Frere. 
and Melles Films. Used one and two weeks 
Same as new, S«nd for Hat, 

ELECTRIC THEATRE, Chutes Park. 

K1D/.1E ft JACKSON, Chicago, ill. 



-C* -«-P 9 
To support two well known, versatile LAl»i* 
and GENTLEMAN ACTORS and ACTRESSES, 
capable of playing good heavies, characters and 
general ldr.. Also clever Soobrette and Useful 
People who can stand proiperlty and getting thur 
»alurv. Those wishing to sign for a YEAR'S 
WORK. Mhuw booked solid until May, uB. and 
the co. never missed a salary day. Send pboto, 
full particulars, first letter. Drunkards, mashers, 
save stamps. Address 

MGR. REPERTOIRE CO., Leechburg, Pa. 

JAS. L. FINNING 



(LEADER.) 

Violin snd Strong Cornet; stood repertoire, B. snd 
0. Music. Week of titb'and 16th, Blngbamton, X. 
Y , Care J08H DALY'S MINSTRELS. 

1'. S.—Wou'd like to negotiate with good MubI- 
cal Artist. Address by mall only. 



PASSrOX I»JtVAY. 
FIBE BIT FILM, S,Q73It. Very low. 

ALSO EDISON "UNCLE TOM" FILMS. 
PASSION PLAY, care of CLIPPER. 



FILMS FOR SALE. 

2,500 feet fine Film, late subjects, In Al order, flc. 
per toot, Abarg.in. C. R. JONES. 
l»« Hanover St,, Baltimore, Md. 

Lady Carnettlsf, A l" Orcbesfra it Bind; 

WANTS LONG ENGAGEMENT AT ONCE, A. F. 
of M. JENNIE T. GKRRANB. 

Hotel Seneca, Seattle, Wash 



Wanted, Ripert.lre Pupil ii All Uns. 

Specialty features, Man with 111. Song Outfit, Etc., 
coming season. In the Southern Slates. State full 
particulars. Harry 0. Arnold, HarwlchporLM sss. 

AT LIBERTV. 4 BRYANTS. 

For Farce Oomedy, Vaudeville or anything re- 
'iftnif/i.^ 1 /• rMU ' e ' "^ P'»J P*n»- Addreis 

1 AUulrf AU| Ay > 



DO YOU WANT 

"A G A" 

Same as at Hamnierstetn's? Teams reasonable. 
Address WILLIAM WAEGEL, 
838 g. 6th 8t., Reading, PS. 



WAHTEB— Hedldne Peopli nd bienyActs 

That can poll strong. Pay all you are worth; NO 
TICKETS. J. B. Woods, Clara and Jack Fellows 
and The Oaborn», wire qnlck. 

THE GREAT GLADSTONE SHOWS, 
Leco mpton., Kaus. 

STUDIO FOB SALE. 

A fully equipped Studio. All ready for business. 
For particulars address 
STUDIO, care CLIPPER- 



I will buy Set Aluminum Chimes^ must >>e oheap. 
Have Lubln Plotiire Machine, complete, excel t 
film; price »20. JAME8 ARNOLD, Elmlra, N. Y. 



WANTED-Tent Outfit, 

Complete; must be In good condition and cheap. 



for «po t ess h , Bize abon t to by oo; also Piano Player ; 
8. BRYANT, Fadneah. Kv. 



stop at hotels. 



PUIfCH AND JUDY CN i AR6E SCALt, UP 

To date. Large, attractive cabinet. 25 Urge dolls. 
Novel acts. Uy.srs' eiperl.nce. Addret* 
A. 0. OLDFtELD, 26 Wood St,, Toronto, Csnadi. 



AUGUST 13. 



TABLE OF CONTESTS. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



561 



>IHe CUpper's Anecdotes, 
Chess snd Checkers, 



Etc... 



O^andCrreckere....... 

Vaudeville Managere' Outing 

WuTM of PlayefH 534. 553. ,157 

Vaudeville end Minstrel. .. tj&s 

Marlon and Dean*— Sketch 

(jn»rles Answered ....» 

fS Cblcsgo letter 

The Biulewe, Wheel for 1904-1003 

Clipper Post Office ; 

I nder tbe Tents. 

A. J Oranmm — Sketch 

ou tbe Road...... 

Lsteat by Telegraph.. 

Vaudeville Route List 

\>w York City— Review and Comment. . 

Dramatic Composition! Copyrighted 

Music and Song.- ....I. 

Miscellaneous 

Children of the Stage , 

A Novel Performance , 



533. 554 
.... 334 
.... 334 

ami, M 

363.504 

.... .-,.-,.-, 

.... 05S 
... 538 

538 

GTO 

.... BT1 

371 

.... Ml 
.... 50t 
042, 503 
. ... 560 

uUO 

304 

.... 564 

5(14 

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THKATRICAL CORRESPONDENCE. 



California 

Illinois 

loWa .'. 

Nebraska 

District of Columbia. 

Maasschusetts 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island-.... 

Kentucky' 

Louisiana 

Canada 

Maine .'.*..'.' 



Onto . 
New York State. 
Missouri .'..'.... 
Washington ..... 
Wisconsin ...... 

Michigan , 

Oklahoma ...... 

Ne* Jersey *... 
IniRsna ....... 

Colorado 

Minnesota ..,..-, 
Connecticut .... 

Virginia ■..'. 

Texas . J.... -..-.- 
tfrtt Virginia .. 
Tennessee ...... . 



537 

55T 

557 

557 

557 

,...558.561) 

550 

...<•-... 558 

558 

559 

558 

538 

• 5T0 

510 

070 

... 081, 570 

570 

...A... G70 

071 

.\ " . . . . ; 571 

... 661,571 

6T1 

i 071 

671 

071 

571 

071 

0T1 

071 



LATEST BYTEL E&RAPE 

Monday Night'. Openings In All the 
Btgf Show Towns. 



now open for the geasoo. 1904-05. Yeater- 
mtu business was good Koltb'a. tbe 

lalace. Austin & stones aDd - j T| , 

gaffea. " the " ,K,ve "" ■■*■ "Tbe 

OW Mill, at Uevere Ba.cn, was burned (o 
be ground Sunday afternoon. No Urea were 
'oat, but great excitement prevailed. 

Kansas C'iti. Aug. ft.— Lincoln J. Carter's 
The Flaming Arrow" opened tbe second 
week of tbe Gillie season wltb a good Sunday 

matinee, and a big night house Both 

parks were packed Sunday At Forest 

Park, in Hopkins' Theatre. Faplnta remained 

over as tbe feature for her second week 

At Electric Park Sorrentlno and the Banda 

Rosea continue to be the attraction 

at Sportmans' Park Pain's Pompeii closed 
a very successful three weeks' engagement 
with a big house Sunday night, 

riiii.ADEr.pim, Aug. ft.— Propitious weath- 
er last nlgbt helped the openings, and al- 
luring attractions did the rest Blaney'B 

Arch Street Theatre began the season ad- 
mirably, "Across the Pacific" drawing large, 
appreciative audiences, afternoon and evening. 
....."The Private Secretary," at the Bljon, 
proved a popular attraction, while vaude- 
ville of a high grade earned many plaudits 

at Keith's Good sized audiences greeted 

the Oriental Maids, at the Lyceum, and the 
parka all fared well. 

Louisville, Aug. ».— A packed house 
marked tbe opening of the season at the Ave- 
nue Theatre, 8unday, when "Hearts of Chi- 
cago" began a week's engagement Innes 

and bis band opened at Hockey Club Park, 
to a big crowd. 

««» 
MISSOURI. 



GOLDBK GATE GLEANINGS. 



'•Joseph Kntanstlrd" Receive* Ita 
American Premier at the Colombia 
— Business Continues Good at the 
Various Houses. 

tipCvlal Despatches to The New York Clipper 

Sak-Kbahcisco, Aug. 9. — At the Columbia 
Theatre this . Is the third week of /Henry 
Miller. He, presented last night, for the 
rirst time In America, Henry Arthur Jones' 
new play, "Joseph Entangled," wltb Hilda 
Hpong. In the principal male role. The per- 
formance was excellent and the play was 
wellllked. 

California Thlatbk. — This Is tbe fourth 
week of Eliner A- Jules Walters' Co. Their 
engagement . bas been extended three weeks, 
making six weeks In all. "A Millionaire 
Tramp"- Is the curent bill. 
' Alcazar. TBsutm.— White Whittlesey Is 
now. .In bis seventh week. "Sheridan, or the 
Maid of Bath," la this week's bill. 
■ Central Theatre. — -"A Bunch of Keys" 
la tbe bill this week, with Jim Corrlgan as a 
special feature. 

' tJKiwi) Opera House. — Current Is the sixth 
Week" of the James Nelll Co. "A Parisian 
Komance" is tbe bill. 

.TJivoli. Opeba Hoist. — "Tbe Toreador" Is 
in Its second week. 

I'lHcurtH's Theatre. — "Tbe Whirl of the 
Town" opened Its' second week last nlgbt. 
Business Is very large. 
' Oepuki'm— HI II for this week, opening 
Sunday,- 7 :■ Tbe Pour Madcaps, Koy and 
Clark, Guyer and O'Nell, Olive May and J. W. 
Alba ugh, Lea Olopas, Hughes Musical Trio, 
McCabe, Sabine and Vera, the Empire Comedy 
Four, apd the olograph. 
,' CHUTts.— Programme for week opening 8 : 
Campbell and Johnson, Cooper and Rodgers, 
James T. Dervin, Charles- P. Lowe, Leslie's 
trained : pigs, Mabel Lamson, and tbe ant- 
ing tlscope. • 

N'ote — The marriage of Edward H. Chap- 
man, 'formerly manager of tbe Dewey The- 
atre,, .and; Alda B. Cassle, of Oakland, was 
nuleranlzed July .28, at the Palace Hotel, In 
this ctty, . The Hev. John A. B. Wilson 
ofjjolatM. Donna Warren, of this city, at- 
tended., the bride, and George A. McUowan 
Wis best man. 

■' ' . a i 

'"' "'.. . . FROM OTHER POINTS. . 



St.' Louis. — The weather here is letter 
suited to pedestrlanlsm and other exertions, 
and -as a result attendance at many resorts 
where entertainment Is -provided has taken 
an upward Jump. 

Tuts World's Pair, wltb Its numerous 
attractions, Is offering generouH bids for 
patronage, but things are still a trifle dull. 

Imperial Theatre (D. E. Russell, man- 
ager).— Blanche Bates, In "The Darling of 
the Gods," bas made a succcess of big pro- 
portions, and the press Is still warm In Its 
praise of tbe production. 

Gband (John G. Sheeny, manager). — This 
bouse opened with "The Burgomaster" Sun- 
day nlgbt, 7. 

Olympic (P. Short, manager) .—" 'Way 
Down East" Is doing well here. 

Havlin'h (Wm. Garen, manager).— "What 
Women Will Do" Is the new offering at this 
house. 

Odeon (Geo. V: Olendorf, manager) .—Bo- 
lossy Klralfy Is doing well with bis "Louis- 
iana." 

Dklmar Garden (J. C. Januopaula, mana- 
ger).— The Hayes -Uall-Helndel "Louisiana" 
spectacle passed Its one hundredth perform- 
ance here Saturday nlgbt, 8. 

Crawford (O. T. Crawford, manager). — 
Nettle de Ooursey, In "An Orphan's Prayer," 
Is the current offering. 

Standard (Leo Heichenbacb, manager). — 
The regular season at tbls house was begun 
night of 8undny, 7, with the Brigadier Bur- 
lesquers. 

Forest Park Highlands (Col. Hopkins, 
manager). — BUI for week beginning 7 : Ktta- 
mura a Japs, gymnasts and magicians, are 
the headllners : Press • Eldrldge, Ed. Reynard 
and his mechanical figures, the Steln-Eretto 
Family, Blckel and Vi atson, nnd Louise Brc- 
bany, are among tbe beat. Tbe Rader Boys, 
singers and dancers, are a special feature. 

MANMON'8 Park (Archie M. Cox, mana- 
ger). — Current bill Includes: Herr Saonal, 
Impersonator; Gruet and Gruet, farceurs; 
Inez Mecuaker, vocalist; Jones and Walton, 
comedians, and Davis and Hurley, acrobats. 

Suburban Park (H. E. like, manager): — 
Tbls week's bill follows : Hadji Tahar*s Ara- 
bian acrobats; Carter and Boss, musical com- 
edians: Francis McNulty, singer and dancer ; 
Anna Burt, slack wire ; Ahern and Baxter, 
equilibrists and new klnematograph views. 

Colujibia (Mlddleton A Tate, managers). 
— The programme for tbe current week 
names: Madam Theresa Dorgeval. Hlnesand- 
Hemlogton, Stanley and Wilson, Charles De- 
land and company, Huey and Lee, the Fetch- 
ing Brothers. John Le Clair, Hammond and 
Forrester, Nat GUI, and the Dennett Slaters. 

« ' ■» 



NEW JEKSKV. 



Pawn of the New Season at Varlons 
Points DrawiOssd Business— Snm- 
mer Shows Still Doing; Well. 

•''.CjncAflo. 1 Aug. 9.— Two more theatres 
opened, tbls week— the Studebaker, Monday 
night, with "Tbe Yankee Consul." and tbe 
Albambra, Sunday afternoon, with "On tbe 
Bridge ut Midnight." Business was excel- 
lefts; the Alhatnbra turning hundreds away. 
......Sunday was coot and pleasant, tbe 

night crowds being on capacity order every- 
where. .... .."Mrs. Wlggs, of tbe Cabbage 

Patch;" at the Grand; "Vivian's Papas," at 
Powers' ; "The Royal Chef," at tbe Garrlck, 
and "Forbidden Land," at tbe Illinois, were 
continued attractions. ...Marcel's Art Studies 

were feature of a vaudeville bill which packed 
the Chicago Opera House to capacity...... 

Stock, bprlesque crowded Sam T. Jack's to the 
limit. .... .Cool weather restricted the at- 
tendance -at/Sana Soucl, the Water Chutes 
and . HI venrlew Parke. .... .Amelia Bingham 

baa bean, booked to play Powers' a fortnight, 

ipenlng'Aug. 21 Qua Weinberg has been 

engaged to succeed Jos. Herbert, In "Forbid- 
den : Land," - opening; next Saturday 

Brooke's Band" continues to crowd Coliseum. 
..-..•"Buster Brown" attracts capacity busi- 
ness to tbe (treat Northern. It will possibly 
be ' the last attraction this bouse will ever 
play,,. .--. . 

Boston, : Aug. ».— The weather was Just 
about. right yesterday, and so was the at- 
tendance at our amusement places. "Wood- 
Hud;" a't the Tremont, began Its sixteenth 
week- wltb' a' good house, ami mine may he 
snlil-of "Islp (if Spice," now In Ita fourteenth 

week, at the Globe A well Oiled house 

»4w "The Waif 's Paradise" at the Grand 

Opera 8tock houses opened week well 

with- Intetestlng bills Tbe Howard is 



Atlantic- City.— At the Ocean Pier Mu- 
sic Hall (W. B. Shackelford, representative) 
good business fell to tbe lot of "Foxy Grand- 
pa" week of Aug. 1. "Girls Will be Girls" 
week of 8, Williams and Walker week of 15. 
Vaudeville features for week of 8 will be : 
Wlllard's Juvenile "Mikado," the Kobblns, 
McOrath Brothers, Al. Rayno's dogs. 

Ocean. Pier Theatre (W. E. Shackelford, 
representative).— "Sky Farm" enjoyed good 
patronage week of 1. "'Way Down Bast" 
week of 8 "Under Southern Sklea" week of 
15. 

Savoy TiibatrS (Huntley & Moore, mana- 
gers). — Good busmen! rules here, and the 
FIuntle-y-Moore Stock Co. still continues to 
furnish excellent entertainment. 

Uahrick Theatre (A. T. Nichols, mana- 
m,r), — - Richard Buhler and hla company still 
continue to be tbe attraction and to please 
good crowds. 

SteeplkcHAms Pieii (Giles W. Clements, 
manager). — Big patronage always. For week 
of 8: Simmons and white (third week), 
Blanche Bailey, Al. Clalrmont, Two Macks, 
Le Clair, and Bowen, Carson and Wlllard, 
vltagrapb. 

Doyle'k Theatre (Frank Goldle, mana- 
ger). — Record breaking business Is accorded 
every performance. To appear week of 8 : 
The- Four Bottomley Brothers, the Three 
Juggling Breens, Charles and Madge Hughes, 
the Marlnellas, Princess Chlnqullla an<f Ed. 
Newell, Hayea and Beatrice, Wernta, George 
D. Melv'lle and Mamie Conway, Cain and 
Hunter, Louise La Booth, Nlolo and Spencer, 
Martlnettl and Martelle, M. J. Kelleber, Le- 
vine and Arlington, Edwin D. Perry and 
Edith Randall, Jennings and Renfrew, the 
Burdock 8'sters, Mnrtlnettle and Sylvester, 
tbe Three Bostons, Jessie Burden and Maude 
Rehan, Devenc and Sburti, Maude Jackson 
and Helen Douglas, Pbli and Carrie Russell, 
Ed. B. »nd Rolla White. 

Guvernator'b Theatrb (Sidney Fero, 
manager). — Business was better here. Billed 
for week of 8 : Baker Troupe, Fern Comedy 
Four, tbe Pelots. May Curtis, McCooe and 
Black, Gordon Sisters, Carey and Pottcc 
Trio. Wagner Sisters, The Bridges, Voder, 
TJnney Brothers, Campbell and O'Neill, the 
Wilsons, Dunn and Evelyn, the Bartos, 
Slddon Brothers, the Harts, tbe Zaranos. 

Strut, Pibb (J. Bothwell, manager).— Al- 
ways crowded here. Vessella'a Band, and 
tbe Philharmonic Orchestra are the features. 
Miirphv ft Gibson's Aroerlcnn Minstrels «re> 
tbe attraction In Hie Casino. 
<«» 

— Mme. Janauscbek was removed from tbe 
Actors' Home to tbe Brunswick Home, Amity- 
vllle, L. I., on Aug. 1. Tbe removal was made 
necessary by ber physical condition. 



Ok tbe Road, 

All Roatea Moat Reach V* Not Late* 
Thaa Monday. 

' . 'dramatic. 

Albee Slock— Providence. R. 1.. Aug. 8. Indefinite. 
American Block (Oliver Marten, mrr.)— Sleds 
.City, la., Aug. 8. Indefinite. 
AlMim Stock— I'aterson. X. J., Aug. a, ItslfO- 

nlte. T ■ 

"Across the PsclBc" (Henry flsy Blsney. o»»r.l 

— Philadelphia. Pa.. Auf. 8-13, Pittsburg ISM), 
"At Cripple Creek"— Peoria. 111. An«. II. 
'At tbe Olil Craxs Roads." Rasters (Arthur C. 

Aluton. m«r.i — Waterbury, Conn.. Ana. 20. 
"At the Old Cross Roads/' Western (Arthur C 

Alston, mgr. ) — Hamilton, Can., Aug. 30. 
'An Arlitocrstle Traran" (Kllroy a Brltton. 

mars.)— Blue Island, III.. Aug. 14. Elgin in, 

Dnnilee 16, Harvard IT. Sycamore 18, Preeport 

ID, Rockford 20. 
Beaton, Louise (A. H. Woods, mgr.)— Philadel- 
phia, Pa.. Aug. 20-27. 
BnMer. Itlcbard. Stock (Adam K. For. mgr.)— 

Atlantic City, N. J.. Aug. 8. Indefinite, 
Baldffla-MflTllle (Walter 8. Baldwin, mgr.)— lluf- 

fan. N. Y . Aug. 8-20. 
Buchanan. Lorraine, Stock (Robert Mansdeld, 

roir.)— tola, Kan., Aug. 8, Indednlte. 
Buotlni. Emma (Earl Barteaa, mgr.)— Cortland, 

I*. Y., Aug. 8-27. 
Breckeorldge Stock (Charles Breckenrldge. mir.) 

—.Muscogee, tod. Ter., Aug. 8-13, Vlnlta 1S20. 
Hurr Stock (Murray A Hackey. ogrs.)— Mins- 

neld. O.. Aug. 8-27. 
Bellows Stock (Walter Clark Bellows, mgr-)— 

Denver. Colo., Aug. 8. Indefinite. 
Broadway Stock— Dearer, Colo.. Aug. 8-13. 
"Bunter Brown" (M. B. Raymond, mar.) — Chi- 
cago, III., Aug. 8-2T. 
"Buster Brown/' No. 1 (U. B. Raymond, mgr.) 

— Peeksklll, N. Y„ Aug. IT. Aatrory Park, N. 

J., 18-20. i ■ 

"Broken Heart" (Joseph 0. Logan, mgr.)— Car- 
thage. >(o.. Aug. 18, Springfield 19. Monett 20. 
Chsae-Llster Theatre, A (Joaeuh Parrell. mgr.) — 

Iowa City, la., Aug. Sin. Boone 13-20. 
Cook-Church Stock (H. W. Tsylor, mgr.)— New 

Bedford, Mas*., Aug. 22-27. 
Curls Dramatic (M. H. Curls, mgr. )— Sturgts, 

So. Dak.. Aug. 8-10, Rapid City 11-13. 
Cutter A Williams Stock (W. R. Cutter A J. W. 

Williams, mgr.)— New Castle, Ind., Aug. 8-13, 

Lebanon lfi-20. 
"Child of the Slums" (P. E. Johnson, mgr.)— 

Baltimore, Mil., Aug. 8-13, Camden, N. J„ 13- 

17. Wilmington, Del.. 18-20. 
"Child Slaves of New York" (J. B. Isaac, mgr.) 

— Bridgeport. Conn., Aug. 10-17. 
"Curse of Drink"— Detroit, Mich., Aug. 8-13, 

Buffalo. N. Y.. 15-20. 
DUeer-Cornell— Smetliport. Pa., Aug. 813, Kane 

Dale. Marie (W. E. Marlln. uigr.)— Teiarkaua, 

Ark.. Aug. 8-13, Shreveport. La., 15-20. 
DcigUss, Byron, Stock— Portland, Me., Aug. 8, 

Indefinite. 
"Devil's Auction." Cbas. H. Yale's— Pbllsdelphls, 

Pa., Aug. 13-20. 
"Dealers In White Women" (A. H. Woods, mm.) 

— Hobokcn. N. J., Aug. M-17. Camden 1820. 
Eclipse Stock (Lloyd A Center, mgrs.)— Slloam, 

Springs, Ark., Aug. 10-13. Salltaaw. Ind. Ter., 

15-17. Potenu 18. 10, Mena. Ark., 20. 
Ednall-Wlntbrop Stock (D. B. Edsall, mgr.)— 

Charlotte, N. C, Aug. 8-27. 
Empire Stock — Colnmbus. O.. Aug. 8-Sept. 3. 
KlUun'a Comedlsns (0. II. Eldun, mgr.) — Lexing- 
ton. Mo:, Aug. 8-13. 
Electric Park Stock— Leavenworth, Kan., Aug. 

8; Indefinite. 
EdwnrdB" Stock (Jefferwu Hall, mgr.)— Martins- 

Mirg, W. Va., Aug. 8-27. 
"Eternal City" (Lftbler A Co., mgrs.)— N. Y. 

City Aug. 8-20. 
"Eight Bells." Brothers Byrne— Pall River, 

Mass., Aug. IS, 20. 
Penberg Stock (Ueorge M. Peaberg, mgr.)— Bath, 

Me.. Aug. 8-13. 
Flske Stock (E. D. Flake A T. V, Stock, mgrs.) 

—St. John. N. v.. Aug. 8-17. 
"Hamlrig Arrow," Lincoln J. Carter's (W. F. 

Jnrkson, mgr.) — Omaha, Neb., Aug. 14-17, Dea 

Moines. la.. 18-20. 
"For Her Sake" (Pilgrim J: Elliott, mgrs.) — 

Onawa, la., Aug. 10, Walnut 11, Anita 12, At- 
lantic 13. Neola U. Clarlnds 15. Corning 10. 

Creston 17. Omaha, Neb.. 18-20. 
"For His Brother's Crime" (Geo. N. Bellinger, 

mgr.)— Bridgeport, Conn., Aug. 8-10, Hoboken, 

N. J.. 11-18. 
"Plnulgan's Ball" (Ollle Mack, mgr.)— Allooua, 

I"".. Aug. 13. Johiirtnwn In. Greensburg Id, 

SUubenvllle. O., 17, Wheeling. W. Va„ 18 20. 
"Factory Olrl." Eastern (Phil B. Isaac, mgr.) 

—Wilmington. Del., Aug. 11-13, Trenton, N. 

J., 15-17, I'aterson 18-20. 
"Female Detectives"— Boston, M«s»„ Au;. IB-20. 
Glaser, Vanghan, Stock — Cleveland, (.»., Aug. 8, 

Indefinite. 
Garrlck Stock (Jay Kusell, mgr.)— Mount Ver- 
non, 0„ Aug. 8, Indefinite. 
Godding, Fred, Comedy (W. Walter Shuttlewortb, 

mgr.)— Lansing, Mich.. Aug. 8. Indefinite. 
"dame Keener," Thomas J. Smith (Rowland ft 

Clifford, mgrs.)— Braldwood, 111., Aug. 18, Coal 

City 19. Ottawa 20. 
"Game of Life" (Charles Abrains, mgr.)— New- 
ark, N. J., Aug. 13-20. 
"Ulrl of tbe Streets" (Decker ft Veronee. mgrs.) 

—Columbus. O., Aug. 11-13, Louisville, Ky., 15- 
. 20. ■• • 
Howard Hall (Henry Plerson, mgr.) — Boston, 

Mass., Aug. 8-13, Providence, R. L, 10-20. 
Hsawell. Percy, Stock (George Fawcett, mgr.) — 

St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 8-Sept. 3. 
Hall, Don C— Portland, Ore., Aug. 8-10. 
Huntley-Moore Stock— Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 

8, Indefinite, 
HoefBer Show (Jack Iloefller, mgr.) — Appleloa, 

Wis., 'Aug. 8, Indefinite. 
Hulbert. Ijuru, Stock (Charles W. Burrlll, mgr.) 

— 'Kankakee; III., Aug. 8, Indefinite. 
Hickman . Dramatic (Guy Hickman, mgr.) — Ot- 

tirmwo, la., Aug. 8-13. 
Uoefller, Jack, Eastern (W, Main, mgr.) — Mar* 

Hh'atltown, la.. Aug. 8-1.1. Red Oak 15-20. 
HoefBer, Jack, Western (Jsck HoetBer, mgr.)— > 

Winona, tllnti., Aug. 8-20. 
Henderson Stock (W. J. ft B. R. Henderson, 

mgrs.)— Brookdeld, Ind., Aug. 11-10. 
"Her Only. Sin." Lincoln J. Carter's — Hammond, 

Ind., Aug. II. Elkhart 15, Buchanan. Mich.. 10, 

Benton Harbor 17, Battle Oreek IB, Charlotte 

10. Jackson 20. 
"Heart of Chicago," Lincoln J. Carter's (Edmund 

Mauley, mgr.) — Louisville, Ky.. Aug. 7-1.1. In- 

illiinapolls, Ind.', 15-17, Brail] 18, Terre Haute 

10, 20. 

"Holy City," Eastern (Gordon ft Bennett, nigra.) 
—Warsaw, Wis., Aug. 10, Marshdeld 11, Itulue- 
laiuler 12, Ashland 111. Ironwood 15. 

"Holy City," Western (Gordon ft Bennett, mgrs.) 
— Dliou, 111., Aug. 10. Freeport II, Keiraueo 
12. Danville 13, I.s Salle 16, llaclne. Wis.. IV. 
Klkborn 17, Lake Ueneva 18, Bsrahoo IP, Madi- 
son 20. .. 

"Hottest Coon In Dlile" (Bugeno Spofford, mgr.) 
— Orawfordsvllle, Ind.. Aug. 10. Lafayette II, 
Huntington 12, Kurt Wayne 13, Peru 15, Lo- 
gansport 10, Frankfort 17, Alciaudrla 18, An- 
iterson 10. Muncle 20. . , 

Imperial Stock (Col. Ueorge Hamllfon, mgr.) — 
—St. Louis. Mo.. Aug. 8, liiilednlte. 

"James Boys In Missouri 1 ' (Frsnk Usnolo, uigr.) 
—Saginaw, Mich., Aug. 7-10. Fort Wayne. Ind., 

11. Danville. HI.. 12. Terre Haute, Ind.. 13. 
Kransvllle W. Leiington, Ky.. 16, Winchester 
III. Aahland 17, Hlntou, W. Vs., 10, Curing- 
too 20. . 

Kingsley-Rassell IE. B. Russell, mgr.) — Das- 

vlile, HI., Aug. 8-13. 
Keller Stock (A. M. Keller, mgr.)— Nevada. Mo., 

Aug. 8-10. 
Kennedy Playera (J. R. Shannon, mgr.) — Daren- 
port, la., Aug. 8-14. 
Ken Stork — Cleveland, O., Aug. 8, Indefinite. 
Lyceum Stock (K. 0. Grosjean, mgr.)— Jeerson, 

I. T.. Aug. 0-13. Hutchinson, Kan., 15-20. 
Lake' View Stock (Lew Sllrer, mgr.)— Sheboygan. 

Wis., Aug. 8. Indefinite. 
Lurrsloe, Itlic — Hamilton. Can., Aug. 8-2(1. 
"I.llllc Outcast" (Ceo. E. Hill, mgr.)— Chicago, 

III., Aug. 7-27. 
"Lighthouse by the Sea" (Vance ft Sullivan, 

mgrs.)— Pittsburg, l'a., Aug. 813, Washington, 

D. C, 10-20. , 

Miller, Henry, ft Hilda Spring (Cbsrles Fruhmsu, 

mgr.) — Kan Francisco. Cal„ Aug. 8-37. ■ 
Myrtle-Barder Slock (Eugene J. Hair, mgr.)— 

irrbanr. <>., Aug. 8-13, Springaeld 16-20. 
Murray ft Mackey (John J. llnrrsy, mgr.) — I'ork- 

crnlairg. W. Vs., Aug. K. Indrflnlle. 
Mvera Stork (Him Allen, ingr.i — Wllkesliarre, 

l'a'., Aug. K II, rarlaindale I.-.-20. 
Mctlainnew-Woodrng— HunlsTllle, Ala., Aug. 8- 

Kefrt. 1. 
Maiam ft Sights' Comedians (W. K. Msiam ft 1. 

W. fllahts, mgrs.) — Ada. Minn., Aug. 8-10, 

Thtel Blvar ratlg 11-13, St. HlUlra 18-20. 



Millar- Bryau Stark (Frank P. Miller, mgr)— 
Baton Rouge. La., Aug. M, luilednlte. 

Murray Comedy (J. H. Smith, mgr.)— Lima. O., 
Aug. s. Inirsanltr. 

Melville Dramatic (M. Melville, mgr.)— Palmyra. 
Mm.. Aug. 810. 

"Mr-.. Wlnrs of the Cabbage Patch" (Llebler A 
Co.. mgrs. >— Chicago. HI.. Aug. 8-27. 

"Military Mad" (Rich * Harris, mgrs.)— New 
London. Conn.. Aug. IS. 

"Modern Viking"— Bridgeport. Conn.. Aug. -11-19. 

Nelll. James t Charles Aator Chandler, gen. mgr. ) 
-r^San Francisco. Cal.. Aiuj. 8. indednltr. 

Xortli Brothers' Comedians. Western (F. C. Car- 
ter, mgr. 1-rPlttsburg. Kan.. Aug. 8-18, Nemle- 
ilia 15-20. 

National Stock (Charles R. Schail. mgr.i— Tup. 
Iter Lake. N. V.. Aug. 8-ia. Norwood 15-20. 

North Brothers' Comedians, Eastern (R. J. Msck, 
ust.i— Sprlnaflrld. III.. Aug. 8-12. 

North Brothers Comedians, Northern (Edward 
Patterson, mgr.)— Sioux Falls, So. Dak., Aug. 
8. Indefinite. 

National stock (J. Albert Dawson, mgr.)— Hinck- 
ley. III., Aug. 8, Indefinite. 

Orris-Otter Stock (Hugh Eltuiger. mgr.)— Still- 
water. Minn., Aug. 8. Indefinite. 

"0* the Bridge at Midnight," Kastern (Frank 
Oaaaolo, roar.)— Chlrato, III., Aug. 8-20. 

"Oh- tbe Bihle at .Midnight." Western (Frank 
Oaaaolo. mgr.i— Grand Forks, No. Dak.. Aug. 
10, Oraftou II, Winnipeg, Man.. 12. 13, Fargo, 
No. Dak., 15, Jamestown Id, Msndsn 17, Dick- 



_ 18. Hillings. Mont., IB. Bosemsn 20. 
"Only a 8hop Olrl" (H. n. Winchell. mgr.)— 

Baltimore, Md., Aug. 8-18, Philadelphia, Pa., 

IB -20. 
Payton, Corse, House Co. (Oorse Payton, mar.) 

—Springfield, Mass., Aug. 11-27. 
1'srton, Corse, Stock (Darld J. Ramage. mar.) — 

Nprlngneld, Masa., Aug. 8-13, Scheneclady, N. 

l'ayton Slaters (Col. Frank Rohertson, mar.)— 
Mineral Wells. Tex.. Aug. 8-18. 

raise, Mabel (Henry K. Wlllard ft Co., nigra,)— 
Montgomery, Ala.. Aug. 8-27. 

Powell-Portello. Western (Hslton Powell, mgr.)— 
Hillsboro, Wis.. Aug. 8-in. Sparta 15-20. 

Paxtang Stock (N. Appell, mgr.)— Harrlaburg. 
l'a., Aug. 8, imleBnlte. 

Peters Stock (Wilt A. Peters, mgr.)— Charlotte, 
N. C. Aug. 8. Indefinite. 

Poll Stock— llrldgeport. Conn., Aug. 8. indednlte. 

Pbonla Park Stork (Oeorgc H. Bell, mgr.)— 
Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 8, Indefinite. 

"Pretty Peggy" (Arthur C. Alston ft J. Kmnlett 
Baxter, mgrs.) — Newnurg, N. Y., Aug. 15, 
YoungHtown, O.. IT. Alton, III., 20. 

"(Jiieen of the White Slates" (A. H. Wotsla. 
mgr.)— N. Y. City Aug. 8-18. Olevelsnd, O., 15- 
20. 

"Queeo of the Jungle" (Weber ft Collins, mars.) 
— Liberty, N. Y., Aug. 10, Ellenvllle It. Cats- 
kill 12. Newrurgh 13, Pateraon, N. J., 15-17. 

Ryan Stock (Daniel R. Ryan. mgr. ) — (J ilea, N. 
Y„ Aug. 8. Indeanltr. 

"Royal Slave," Northern (Gordon ft Bennett, 
mgrs). — Mancelona, Mich., Aug. 10. Thompsou- 
vlile II, Big Rapids 12, Mount Pleaaant 1.1, 
Saginaw 15. Bay City 10, Midland 17, Clare 18, 
Alma 10. Greenville 20. 

"Romance In Coon Hollow" (A. C. Allen, mgr.) 
—St. Johni, Mich., Aug. 10. Owoasn II, Sag- 
inaw 14-17, East Tawas 18, Alpena 10, Onaway 
20. 

Snow. Mortimer, Slock— Troy, N. Y„ Aug. 8, In- 
definite 

Spooner Dramatic (F. K. Kpooner, mgr'.)— Pho- 
nix. Aria.. Aug. 8-Kept. 3. 

Mtutts, J. G.— Galveston, Tex., Aug. 8, lmletl- 
ulte. . 

Shirley. Jessie— Spoksne, Wash., Aug. 8, IndcO- 
n|te. 

Sheedy Stock— New Bcdfonl, Mass., Aug. 8, lulled- 
n|te. 

Sites,. W|ll C, Slock (Gilbert ft Sites, mgrs.)— 
Center Si)iiarc, Pn.. Aug. 8-Hept. 10. 

Sterling Slock (William Triplet!, mgr.)— Klla- 
wortfi, Kau.. Aua. 8-10, Hays 11-13. Kills 13-17 

"Sweet Clover" (V. II. Sehafer. mgr.)— Alpena. 
Mich.. Aug. 0. Siult Sle. Matle. Can., 7, Bault 
xte, Marie. Mich., U, Marquette 10, lahpennlng 
11, Calumet 12, Hancock 13. Ashland, Wis., 
15, Cumberland 10, Superior 17, Dulutb, Mlnu., 
18-20. 

"Si Plunkard." J. C. I*wla (W. A. Junker, mgr.) 
—Benton Harbor, Mich., Aug. II, Buchanan 12, 
Battle Creak 13. Albion IB, Jsckson 10, Tecum- 
•eh IT, Ynsllantl 18. 

"Slaves of tbe Mine" (L. J, Slevlu, mgr.)— Port 
Jervla. N. Y.. Aug. 20. 

Taylor Stock (Albert Taylor, mar.)— Denlson, 
Tex.. Aug. 8-W. Fort Worth 15-21. 

Troy, Donna. Stock (James L. Glaaa, mgr.)— 
Marysvllle, 0„ Aug. 8-18. 

"Two LUtlo Walfs,' r Lincoln J. Carter's (J. L. 
Buford, mgr. )— Jollet. III., Aug. II, Chatls- 
worth 10, Bloorolngton 10, Rantoul 17, Dan- 
ville 18, Crswrordsvllle, Ind., IP, Lafayette 2(1. 

"Two' Little Waifs." B, Lincoln J. Oartcr'a (0. 
Attliur Scion, mgr,)— Raclno. Wis., Aug. It, 
Waukesha 15, Delavan Id, Freeport, Hi., 17, 
Rockford 18, Belvldere 11), Elgin 20. 

"Top-Proud to Beg," Lincoln 1. Carter's (Fred- 
erit> Klmbsl. mar.) — Omaha, Neb., Aug. 21-24. 

"Texas Steer" (M. Rice, mgr.)— Hancock, Mich.. 



Aug. to, Ashland, Wis., 11, West Superior 12, 
DuTuth, Mlnu., 13, Braloerd 16, Winnipeg, Man., 
18, Grand Forks, No. Dak., 17, Fargo 18, Man- 



ilas) 10, Dickinson 20. 

"Two Merry Tramps" (Sherman McVeun, mgr.) 
—Manistee, Mich., Aug. 9, Kalkaska 10, Tra- 
verse Oily 11. 

"Town Officer" (Edwin F. Wentworth, mgr.) — 
Cooperstown. N. Y„ Aug. 10, Cherry Valley 
II,, Fort Plain 12, Oneida 13, Syracuse 15, In- 

"TeF'Nlgiils In a Bar Ronm." Beecber ft Stanlev'a 
(Walter J. McDonald, mgr.) — Dorchester, Nob., 
Aug. 10. Friend 11, Fairmont 12, Mlnilen III, 
Berlrand 15, Curtis 1(1, Eustia 17, Oxford 18, 
MCCook 10, Hartley 20. 

Ulrlcb. Stock— Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 8, lndeB- 
nlte. . 

"Unrla Tool's. Cabin," Stetson's, Western (Wm, 
Kibble, mgr.)— Howell, Mich., Aug. 10, North- 
vl|(a 11, Plymouth 12, Wayne 13. 

"Uncle Ton's Cabin," Stetson's. Kastern (Geo, 
Peck, mgr.)— Sag Harbor, N. Y., Aug. Hi, East 
.Hampton 11, Brlilgehsmpton 12, Itlverhesd 1.1, 
Uresiiport 13, Mattltuek 10, Hlcksvllle 17, 
Hpntlnglon IS. . , 

"Uncle Tom's Cahln." Stetson's, Central (Grant 
Luce.' mgr.)— Atlantic Highlands. N. J., Aug. 
10. Malawan II, Belinar 12, Batonlown 1,1, 
Sea Bright !•'. Nava Sink Beach lit. Atlantic 
Iflglits 17. South River 18, Woodbrldgo 10, 
Craafbrd 20. 

Van Dyke ft Eaton (P. Msck, mgr.)— Itock Island, 
Il(„ Aug. 827. 

ValUmnnt Stock— Wllllsmsport, Pa.. Aug. 8, In- 

"Vivian's I'apss" JRIrh ft Harris, mgrs.)— Chi- 

WeivM. 

Balalo. N. v.. Aug. s-i;i. 
Wilson. Frederick II. (O. M. Cotton, mgr.)— 

KLklisrt, Ind., Aug. 8-l;i. Coldwater, Mich.. 16- 

. K . 

Wleu>aiaun Big Stork (Willis Bass, bus. mar.)— 

Kaattle. Wasli., Aug. 8-Oet. 8. 
Wlnolager Bros. Own (Frsnk Wlnnlnger, mgr.) — 

Ewanaha. Mlrli.. Auk. 8-14. Glsdstone 15-22. 
WoodWard Stock. fO. II. Woodward, mgr.)— Kan- 

• as City, Mo.. Aug. 8, Indefinite. 
Weber Stock (Walter I). Nraland, mgr.)— Belie- 
' nevtaily. N. Y., Aug. 8, ImleBnlte. 
Walsh Stock. Kugertc Powers — Wooilstock, Out., 

Aug. 8, Indefinite. 



cago, III.. Aug. 8-20. 

elcb, JoeJHulllviiii. Harris ft Woods, mgrs.) — 



"Working Kill's Wronas" (Howanl Wall, mgr.) 
— N; Y. City ,' 
Da v ton 18-20. 



City Aug. 8-13, Columbua, (»., 13 17, 



"Wedrted, But No Wife" (W. J. Fielding, mgr.) 
—Cleveland. O.. Aug. 8-13, Clnclnnstl 14-20. 

"What Women Will Do" (H. M. Hotrten, mgr.)— 
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 7-13. 

MUSICAL. 
Brooke's Chicago Marine Band illert A. Hall, 

mgr.)— Chicago, HI., Aug. 8, indefinite. 
Banda Roasa — Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 8, Indefi- 
nite. 
Uutler, Helen May, and ber Ladles' Military Band 

til Leslie Kpalin, mgr.) — Vlttcennea, Ind., Aug. 

SI.!, Kvsnsvllle 14-20. 
Blnck Pattl Traliadours (Voelkel ft Nolan, mars.) 

— N. Y. City Aug. 8-13. Albany, N. Y-. 15-17, 

Saratoga 18, Troy 10, Cohom 20. 
Csnaillan Coloml Convert (Wllllsm Carter, uigr.) 

—Hamilton, Gill,, Aug, 8, Indefinite. 
Concert Boys Bsnd (L. Mercagllano, dlreclnrl — 

Dreamland. Coney Island, N. Y., Aug, 8, lu- 

Duis "orchestra (J. 8. Duss, director)— Asbury 

Psrk. N. J., Aug. 813. 
"Forbidden Laud" — Chicago, III.. Aug. 8-20. 
"Girl from Dixie" (George A. Klngsley, mgr,)— 

I'enrln. III., Aug.- HI, JiiucMvllle, Wis,. 10. 
"Isle' of Spice" (II. (I. Whitney, uigr.) — Boston, 

Msa*.. Aug. lv-20. 
lilltlrs- Bsnd (T. P. J. Power, mgr.)— Si. Minis, 

Mo.. Ang. 8-13. Milwaukee. Wis.. 16-10. 
Lyric Opera (Harry Lea Velle, mgr.) — Dallas, 

Tex., Aug. 8 Sept. II. 
MuKee's Bosun Laliea' Symphoey Orchestra 



• (Frauk W; McKee, mgr.)— Atlantic City, N. J., 

An*,-. 8-Sept. 15. 
Mhiitisttsii Oprra-F.lmlra, N. v.. Aug. 8. 1n- 

ileflnlte. 
"Maid sihI the Mutiiuiy"— N. Y. City. Aug, 8- 

liuletliUtP. 
New York Cnnilu Opera — Moutresl, Can., Aug. 

8, Indefinite. 
Nsvsl Reserves Baud |V. Kuaatl, director)— Cape 

May, N. J., Aug. 8 Sept. 2. 
Plielou 0|wra (K. V. Phelan. mgr.)— Portland. 

Me., Aug. 8, ImlcMiillr. 
I'hsvey Blind I Handel V. Phssey, baudmasler) — 

Claremont Psrk, The Uroni, N. V., Aug.8- 

SeiK. 10. . 
I'ryorV. Arthur. Bsml— Ashnry Park. N. J., 

Aim. s-Sept. li. 
Phlnm-r'a rntlril Stales Hand (Fred 8. Ptilmiey. 

mar.) -Milwaukee. Wis., Aug. 8-13, St. Loula, 

Mo„ l.tllct. I. 
"Plff. Paff. Ponf" |F. t). Whitney, mgr.)— N. 

Y. City. Ang. 8, Indefinite. 
"Prince of Pllsen ' (Henry W. Savage, mgr.)— 

lajndnti, Eng., Aug. 8, Indednlte. 
Shannon's Twenty-third Iteglinent Banil— Man. 

Iiallan Beach, N. Y.. Aug. 8. Inilefinlte. 
sinter's Brooklyn Marine Band (C. M. Barnes, 

mgr.i— Brighton Rrarli, N. Y., Aug. 8, In- 

deflnlle. 
"San Toy" (John O. Fisher, mgr.)— Manhattan 

riearh. N. V.. Aug. 8-1.1. 
"Show Girl" (H. C. Whitney, mgr.)— Toledo, 0., 

Aug. 1517. 
Thome. Dalse, Opera (Lyman Kennardy, mgr,)— 

Mobile. Ala., Ang. 8. indefinite. 
United States Marino Band— Chevy Ubase, Md., 

Aug. 8, IndeBnltf. 
Wills HI mica I Convedy (John B. Wills, mgr.)— 

Lanenaler, Pa., Aug. 8-111. 
"Yankee Consul'* lllriiry W. Savage, mgr.)— 

Chicago. III., Ang. 8, indednlte. 
"Woodland" (Henry W. Savage, mgr.)— Boston, 

Mass,, Aug. 8-20. 

VABIRTY. 
Bon Ton (Ed. Ruab. mgr.)— Pittsburg, Pa.. Aug. 

S-lll. 
Bohemians (Thomaa W. Mlro-r, mgr. )— Harrti- 

burg, I'u., Aug. 13. 
De Leon's Comedlsns (I. Kent Colin, mgr.)— 

Knkuino. 1ml., Aug. 8, Indatlnlle. 
Elite Vsudeillle— Norlh Adams, Mass., Aug. 8-13. 
Hay Morning Glories (Ham A, Scrlbner, mgr.) — 

N. Y. City Aug. 13 20. . _.„ 

Hyde's Comedy (Rtilawt II. Ilyile, mgrl—Pltls. 

Held. Me., Aug. 8-10, St. Albans 11-18, Dexter 

liniiorlsis (Harry Williams Jr., mgr.)— Buffalo, 

N.. f.T'Aag. 13-20. - 
Parisian Widows (L, Lawrence Weher, mgr.) — 

Baltimore, Mil., Aug, 8-13, Washington, 0. C. 

1320. 
Southern Vsudeillle (K. P. Call, mgr.)— Gib. 

sonvllle, N. O.. Aug. 8-13. Burlington 15-2A. 
Tliorluglibreds (Frank B. Carr, mgr.)— Allooua, 

Pa., Aug. 15, 10. 
Utopians (T. W. lilnkliis, mgr.)— Washington, D. 

C, Aug. 8-13. 1'lltsburg, l'a.. 15-20. 
Wilton's Comedy— South Frainlugham, Mass., 

Aug. 813. 

Wilton's Comliiiies— Wehsler. Mass., Aug. IB-20. 
Wilton's Georgia Serenade™— West BrookBelil. 

Mass., Aug. 8 in, Southbrldge 15-20. 
Wilton's Globe Trotiera— rjoutlibrldgc, Masa., Aug. 

8-13. 
Wilton's Nomierella— Westboro, Mass., Aug. IB- 
20. 
Wilton's Prise Winners— Webster. Mass., Aug. 

8- 13, West Hrooklleld 15-20. 
MIK8TRBI.S. 
Bryant ft Savllle (Oua II. Savllle, mgr.)— Ms 

vllle, Pa., Aug. 8-13, New Brunswick, N. J.< 

15-20. 
California"* — Tnunlnn, Mass.. Aug. 8-111. . 

Dockstader's, l*w (J. II. Decker, mgr.)— Iiuch»s> 

Irr, N. Y., Aug. Ill, 20, 
Hsly's, Wm. Joah— UlnghHiuloti. N. Y., Aug. fl-1.1. 

Elm Ira 13-20. 
Field's, Al. O.— Marion, (>., Aug. 11, MsikBoIiI 

12. Akron 18. Detroit, Mich.. 15-20. 

Field ft Hanson's (Maurice Boom, mgr.)— Merl- 
den, Conn.. Aug. 8-18, Mllfonl, Mass., 15-30. 

Faust, Ted E. (0. D. Cunningham, mgr.)— To. 
Mo, 0.. Aug. 10, Sandusky 11, Tiffin lit, Chi- 
rugo, III., ill, Cleveland, 0„ 10, Un|ier Man- 
dinky 1(1, Van Wert 17, Delphos IS, Kenton 
10, Clrclovllle 20. . „ 

Haverly'a (Geo. A. llovyer. mgr.)— Trenlnn, N« 
J., Aug. 10, Wllkesliarre, l'a., 11, Soraulou 12, 
Niagara Falls, N. v., 13, Oeneva IB. 

Kersand'a, Billy (C. J. Smith, mgr.)— Anna. III.. 
Aug. 10, Cairo II, Cartervllle 12, Murpliyalnru 
IS, Kprlngfleld 14. Jacksonville IS, Hannibal, 
Mo.. 10, Burlington, fa.. 17, Keokuk 18, gulu- 
ry, III.. 10, Louisiana, Mo., 20. 

Marlon ft Pearl (Billy Pearl, mgr,)— Allooua, 
Pa.. Aug. 8-13, Greenitiurg 15-10. 

Vogel'a (John W. Vogel, mgr.)— Dayton, 0., Aug. 

10, Hamilton 11, Columbus 12, 13, Newark 13. 
/stiesvlllo III, NeW Unlnglon 17, Laucaster 
IN. Ixjgan 10, Ncisoii.lllo 20. .. ... 

Waol's, Harry— Mount BPJrllngy III.. Attg. 10, 

Hannibal, Mo., ll.Quluuy, III., 12, Klreevllle. 

Mo„ 13. ... 

Wlitun's Ideals— Westlwro, Uais,, Aug. 813, 

Sodth Framlnghsui 10-20. 

TBNT SHOWS. 
Biiriiuin ft Bailey's— Gshkosh, Win., Aug In. 

Green Hay II, Marlnotta 12, Escanalia, Mich., 

13, ishpemliig 15, Iron Mountain IB, Iranwood 
17. Ashland, Wis., 18, West Superior IV, Du- 

• huh, Minn., 20. .. • 
Buffalo Bill's Wild West, Col. Wm. V. Oucly— 

Eillnburgh, Scotloiid, Aug. 8-lil. i 

Duwnle's, Audrew— llordetitown, N, J.. Aug. II, 

Hiirllngton 12, Rlerilde. Pa., 13, Media 16, 

West Chester 1(1, Downliigton 17. _ 

Forepiiugli ft Sells Hrnlhers'— Ainitenlaia, N. T., 

Aug. 10, Gloversvllle II, Utlca 12, Witertown 

13, Syracuse 15, Auburn 10. Itocheiter 17, 

Nlngurs IS, Biifluln 10, Batsvla 20, 
Gullmar HrollierN— Watertown. Wis., Aug, 10. 
Gentry's Ihig and l'o»y— Lynchburg, Va., Aug. 10, 
Jones, Augustus — Somerset, Pa., Aug. 11 _ 
Knight's. C. li,— -I'nrrolanil, lnd„ Aug. 10, Ridge. 

vllle II. Red Key 12. Alliany 18, Eaton 10, 
Lucky Bill's— ChlcsssHi, Km., Aug. 10, Plemiug 

11, Cherokee 12, Hcimnion 13. 

Mh In, Waller l„— Helena, Mont.,. Aug. 0, Mli- 
suiils K), Wallace, Ida,, II, Deer Lodge, Mont.. 

12, Butte 13, BineniHU 15. Livingston 111, Red] 
l.„d«e 17. 'Hillings 18, Sherldin, wyo., 10, New 
Castle iW. ,. , ... 

Mncksy's (Andrew Msckay, mgr.)— St. Loula, Mo,. 

Aug. 8,' Indefinite. 
Mnllmurne'a— Mallrn, Minn.. Aug. 10, Ogllfls II, 

Mora 12. Glasston 13, llrahain 16, Orandy IB, 

Bethel. IT. _ _ . 

Pawnee Bill's Wild West snd Great Par Bssl— 

PltlsBeld, Muss,. Aug. HI, Albany, N. Y., II. 

Glem Falli 12, Plattahttrg 13, Saransc Lake IB, 

Tupperlrftke 10, Malouo 17, Potsdam 18, Gg. 

deiisliurg 10. Gouyernsur 20, 
lllngllng Rrothers'— Salt Lake City. V.. Aug. 1(1, 

Loaan II. PiH'atello, Ids., 12. Idaho Falls 13, 

Kolse Clly 15 linker City Hi. Walla Walls 17. 

North Yakima 18, llilivllle II). Siiokane 20. 
Robinson's, John— Portsmouth, Vs.. Aug, Id. 

Franklin II, Welium, N. O.. 12, Durhim 13. 

Soutli Boston, Va., 15, Lynchburg IB, Bedford 

IT, Roanoke 18. .... 

Itloe's Dog. Pony ami Monkey (Charles Rice, 

mgr. )- Manhattan Beach, Cleveland, (>., Aut,. 

8, Indelltille. . 

Slg. Haulelle'a— Ssugerlles, N. Y.. Aug. 8, Cs ;. 

kill 0, Riiveniia 10, Catialnharln II. Llltle Kail* 

• 12, Prospect til, lowvllle lit,. Ilarrlsville 10, 
Curtilage IT, Csiilnil 18, Fort Cuviiiglnu 10, 
Masaenna Springs 20. ... 

Teller Bros.— Wiiiliimantirt. Iinl., Aug. IB, At- 
Ilea in, Veadershurg 17. lllllshoro 1H. 

Welsh Brothers— Tnnia River. N. J., Aug. Hi, 
Mnuiit Holly II. Itanunonton 12, Wisslliury I.I. 
Mlllvllle 16, Brldgeloa HI, Halem 17. Glou- 
i*ster 18, Camden 10, Ardnore, Pa., 20. 

Wheeler's (Al. F. Wheeler, mgr.)— linadllla. N. 
V.. Aug. 10, Balnbrldge 11. Sidney 12, Una- 
ill Ma 18, Sidney Center 15, Franklin 18, Tread- 
well IT, Delhi 18, BlosmvlUe 10. 
MISt'KLLAlS-EOI'S. 

Bostnck's Trulneil Animal Arena (F. 0. Boa. 
lock, mgr,)— Dreamland, Oiney Islsml. N. Y„ 
Aug. 8, Indefinite. 

Iliiyllss' Hlg Heiisatlon Sliotr— Ktorkwell. Ind., 
Aug. in, Mulls. rry II, Daylnu 12, lt.nr.Hlle 13. 

"Bumtinriliinfiii of Port Arthur," Pain's — GUI- 
i.aiire. III., Aug. 13, ludeflnllp. 

De Mack's, Billy, Big Hhow— Ills Cabin, Ind. 
Ter., Aug. 8-i:i, Wngoiier. L'-'iii. 

Great Mundy Mliniv (P. J, Mundy, mgr.) — Su- 
isrrlnr. Wis,, Aug. Ml 

l.smlu-lgger's Zoo (Gus Lambrlguer, mgr.)— 
Warren, Pa.. Aug. 8-13, Oak lildge, in-20. 

Mills ft Kenneth Co. (J. A. Lelghton. mgr.i— 
Snnlaitnvllle, N, If., Ang, 810, Csntervllle, 
II 111 

I'h'n'e Amusement Co.— Csrlhage, N. Y.,' Ana;, 
X Ml. 

Skerleek's Kli.ivv ltii|,lit lllver. Mich.. Aug. 10, 
llermansvllle II, Dniihsr, Wis., 12, Khlne- 
Istuler 13. 

Sniltn't <V>lnssfll Shows (K. G, Smith, mgr,)— • 
Grand Valley, Pa., Aug. 12, Garland 13, 
YeungsTille IS. Kiaiua 10. 



562 



THE STETVT YOBK OLI^P&B. '_ 



August 13. 



Uaudeplllc Route cut. 



Electric Park. Baltimore, 



This Mat •• «»*>«» .■• ■fS'l M: 
curate as it la possible to xnaka a IMt 
S( v««/Alll« bWinaj.. Tft- l-.-re l»- 
■rrtlon In tbla aepartnaeat tfta »»•>•> 
of tbe theatre «r park, aa well aa tbe 
city or tawa, MUST ■ crorupuny each 
booking; aeat aa. 

Hllllugcr's Gardens, Chicago, Aug. 8- 



rortlaud, 

Medford, 



Mr., Aug. 
Uh„ 15- 



Aid. Prof. 

I s - „ .. 

Acme Four, Rlverton Park, 

S-13; Medford Boulevard 

10. 
AdHe * Iter llouii. Sohmer al'rk 

tabgasv Grace. Parlor, Dululn, Minn. 
Adam ft Dre*. Pasior's. N. \. C.. 
Aberu * Halter, Hnlmrban Garden 

Aug. 8-13. _ _. 

Alaluiiin Quartet, Crescent Oinlrai, 

Maw.. Ai«. 8-13. .. . 

Aldrlrh, Cbas. T.. Paradise Boof, 

Aug. 8-13. 
lli'iaaTir Mr. * Mm. 

ltfc.Vrfon 1 *' bMIbj Wayside Park. South Fran 



Montreal, Csn., 



Aug. 8 20. 
Am j. 81.1. 
Si. l/ouln, 

Beyer*, 

N. T. C. 



Dreamland, Coney Island, 



Medford, Mass.. 
Attg. 



Man., 

Y. a. 



Mlrll, 



Y., 



iiigiiam. Mih., Aug. 8-13. 
Allans. Mr, Grand, Pueblo. Colo., Aug. I 1-13. 
Allison. Mr. A Mrs... Farm, Toledo. Q-. Am. 8-13. 
Alplia Trio. Proctor's 5lb Ate., V Y. C, Aug. 

Alexandrine, Mile.. I.nna Park. Conej Wind. * 

AUfrV A **'c2itfl«. Novelty. Vallejo, Cal., An*. 

Aminous ft White. Andltorlum, Cedar Baplds, la., 

Antftoi ft Mm IMrk. M% X. Y.. Aug.8-13. 
Atrlier Bros., Henderson's, Coney lalaad, M. i.. 

Ai^MUtan, Templel Detroit. An*. S-13. 
Arralntn ft Burke, Boulevard 

Arnold'. Retia, Avon Park, Youngstown, O., 

Asrot't'ft Eddie. Proctor's. Newark, N. J.. Aug. 

Asbto'u', Jo*lf. I.nna Park. Coney Inland. N. Y.. 

Athlon ft lirle. Winona Beach, Bay Oily, Mlcb., 

AverTftHea'ly. BIJon. Marinette, Win.. Aug. 813; 

Rljon, Osbkosb. 15-20. ..,„..» r>i,» 

Bailey. Blanche. Steeplechase Pier. Atlantic City. 

BarrlniJton!"jai.. D.. Einplre. York. Eng.. A«f. 8- 

l!l; Alliawbra. Brighton. ISM. 
BiMon Bros., Pleasure Beach, Bridgeport, Conn., 

Barnes, Paul. Farm. Toledo. O.. Aug. 813. 
SrUrtta. Musical. Highland Park. Brockton, 

\ln>*.. Ana. B-lll. _, 

HseSler ft I* Vrtle Trio. Fair. Brandon. 

Ban* ft Washburn. Prortor-s «h Ave. N 

Ang. MS: Proctor'a 23d Street, 15-80. 

Bari*. Bessie, Godfrey'*. Grand Rapid*, 

BiUrrinU Mile... Kellh'a. Phlla., Ang. 8-13. 
Baraej-R (»). Hiwikaiie, Wash., An*. 8-1.1. 
Barer ft Wolfprd, Benwlck Park, Ithaca, N 

Batf'mr ft Orin.1. Howard, BoatoOi Auj. 1 8-13. 
Barrett aiidrr*, Caalno. Boaiioke. \a.. Aug. 8-JJ. 

liarlow... '1'hp. Athletic: Turk, Buffalo, Aug. bV 

Belmont, Anna. Empire PaTlllon. Qlouceater. N. 

Beriere'.'^iiterle; * Co., C. 0. II.. Chicago, Ang. 

Bertard, Bhoda. Hendemnn'a, Coney laland, N. 

Benncrf , Kmll'y i ' l 'l.aid.away Park. K. BrooWbld, 

Belfci', Jweph." kelthja, Boaton. Ang. «:"• 
Bennett, .l»lin»tnne ft Co., MorrlMn a, Bockawoy 

K-nib. N. Y.,.AtiB. 813. 
Ilellwlana Bros.. Kellh;a, JfBillJ^ *»«; *•*?• 
Belford, Mr. ft Mt». Al. O.. Cliutea, San Fran., 

Chi.. Ang. 8-13. _ . .. v _ . 

BeTerly ft DanTera, Paator'n. N. Y. C, Ang. 

Be?l?V.la. Sootbem rartvJi««» bu I«-. *!* B i?;„ 
Bentliaio ft Kreeman, Oryalal Palace, Seattle, 

Be^,e , r: , WlH , 8. 8 'B^n Norfcdk. V.;. Aug. 8-W. 
Beardfiley 8latfrK, Brighton Beach. N. Y.. Aug. 

Helmi-wilY Bell«, laWtlnw l-igoon, OlnflniHtl, Auf. 

Bell. Senator Frank, Paxtang Park, Harrlubnrg, 

fat Avd 8-1H 
Beioot'il, llorailo. Codfroy'a, Ornnd Baplda, Mich., 

Bell?*Kmnia,' Southern Park, rilltborg, Anf. 8- 

Berry ft Beery, Boulevard, Medford, Maw., Aug. 

Blwouelle ft Hewman, I.mllow I.agoon, Clncln. 

Bla , ke l, ft A Sfih5;' , W. Mlh St.. N. Y. 0.. Aug. 8- 

1:1. 
Bluckaom ft Btirna, 

M|ch.. Ana. 8-13. 
Bloiulell. MbUe Arnold. Proctor'a, Newark, N. 

J.| Aug, 8-13. 
BouUa ft Mldgeta, Woolworth, Ijincaater, 

Aug. 8-13. , , 

Bulive. May, Casino, Rocky Point, B. I.. 

8-13 
Ilnstc'n'n (3), Doyle'a, Atlantic City, N. J.. 

Bowera ft Curtlaa, Barton O, H., Freano 

•*- 3 ' •* S.. Boaton. Aug. 8-13. 

(4), Duyle'a, Atlantic City, 



Owitle Huaare tjtiarlrltc 

Aaar. Mt 
Cuiiit^wll ft JoUiwuu, Chutra, Sua Fraucteco, Aug. 

H-l'I * 

Catnphill ft O'Neill, OOTeraatora, Atlantic City. 

S. J., Aug. 8-13. _ 

Carter ft Blutord. Valdemere Park, Rrle, Pa., 

Corey*'* Cotter. Trio, OuTemator'a, Atlantic City, 

X. J., Ana. 8-20. _. ... .,_ 

Coriwn ft Wlllanl. Rteepteohaae Pier, Atlantic 

City. N. 1.. Aug. 8-13. 
Co«tellat ft Hall, Kleeirlc St. By. Park, N. 

Britain, Conn., Ana. 8-13. 
Carroll, Johnny. Brighton Beaeb, N. Y., Aug. 

8-13 
Ca«tro.' Charlie, Ludlow Lagoon, Clnclnaatl, Aug. 

8-13. 
Carjo'a Boga. Celeron Park, Jameatowa, X. Y., 

feiu'tor ft Hall, A. ft S., Boaton. Aug. 8-13. 
Chameroya. The, Traction Park, Weimar, Maaa., 

ClirlilonBer'.'VgBdeTllle Patlllon, So. Bend, lod., 

Aug. 8-13. . ,. 

Cliatlian SWera, O. II., Helena. Mon., Aag. 1»- 

20 
Cliadwlfk Trio. Park, Bouthlirtdr, Maaa., Adj. 

8-13 
Clilsqu'llla ft Newell, Doyle'a, Atlantic City, N; 

J., Aug. 8-13. 
Cloea. The. Rlrcrnlde Park. Saginaw, Mich.. Ang. 

8-13; Wliona Beach. Bay City, M-20. 
Clarke. Jobs F., Park, Rrle, Pa., Aug. 8-13 



: Sinclair. Kleeirlc Part. Albany, N. 
aft; Yunag'a IMer. r AU»nOc Uiy. N 



l'hlla., Aug. 813: KeiUi'a. 

Bellner Park, Sheboygan, Wl«., 

. Aug. 813. 
Akroa, O., 

Klogaton> 



13- 



Wenona Beach, Bay City, 



l>,.., 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Cal.. 



"ft Kllla Stoleca, Electric Park. 
"(8 If Doyle'a, Atlantic City, N. 
Oloa Back River Park, 



X. J., Aug. 



Bohan, John, A, 

Bottoroely Bros. 

J.. Aug. 8-13 

Brow n, W. H.. 

Newark, N. 1 
llr.inn, Jugicllim 

J.. Aug. 8-13. 
llreimaua. Tlif Musical, 

Baliliiiiire. Aug, 8-13. 
IlraitdonH, The, Alhlelln Park, Buffalo, Aug. 8 

Urn'ciiaian, Marie, Proctor'a, Newark 

8-13. 
Brlnkleya. The. Howard. Boaton. Ang. 813. 
Bruoka. Herbert. Temple. Detroit, Aug. 8-13. 
BrlttuiK. The, Celeron. Jamestown, N. \.. Aiig. 

H-13; Heiiilerann'H, Coney Island. X. Y.. J» ■» ■ 
Brook!'. Krankllu A.. Caaluo Park, Outarlu BeaiU, 

X. Y.. Aug. 8-20. 
Brownlug Hlalera, Proctor a, Newark, N. J., 

Aug. 8-13. . 

Brown, Ceo.. H., ft Co., Proctor'a 23d St., N. Y. 

Brown, flarrliwn ft Brown, Ingeraoll Park, Dea 

Molnea. la.. Aug. 8-13. 
Brotwt UVIo. ATou Park, Youngatown, 0., Aag. 

H-13 
llrowa. Harry A„ Junction Park, Beater Falla. 

'■'■' *-*• c! a 6. II., Chicago, Ana. B..13. 

ft Iillllau Wright, Oakland Part. 

("ii'verinitur's. "Atlantic City, N. J., 



Sulmrbaa Garden, St. Loula, Mo 



Terrc Hante, Ind., 



Highland Pk., 



N. J., 



Rrailya, Tbe, 
lirowu BroH. 

Jeannette, 
Bridges, The, 

Aug. 8-13. 
Hurt. Anna, 

Aug. M-20. 
llnrkea, Juggling, Umpire, Oakland, Cal., Aug. 8 

13. 
Biirim, Harry, Ijke View Park 

Aug. 813. 
Bnrlou ft BrooUa, Ft. Sheridan, 

III., Aug. 8-13. 
Hush ft tlonlon. Ingewoll Park, Des Molnea, la. 

Aug. s-13; Ki|ioaltlon, 8t. Ixmla, Mo., 14 

Sent. 3. 
Himlen ft Behan. Doyle'a, Atlaallc City. 

Aug. 8-13. _ . . «.. 

Bimlette, Mislellne, Caalno, Lynchburg, 

8- 13 
Butler* Wllkea. Paator'a, N.'Y.O.. Aug. 8-13. 
Burdock Slater*. Doyle'a. Atlantic City, N. J., 

Butler', May,' Empire, Aahtabula Harbor, O., Aug. 

8-13 
Bnrto.Joe, Lyceum, New Bedford, Maaa., Aug. 

8*13. 
Byrne 'ft Weat, Caalno, Lake George. N. Y., Aug. 

8-13 
t'^lfey 'ft Grant, Ohcatnut HIU P«rk, Phlla., Aug. 

Carlcton, AL. Rerere l'ark, Foatorla, 0„ Aug. 8- 

13; Hoblaon Park, Ft. Wayne, lad.. 14-80. 
Carrie, Mile.. Lake View Part, Ft. Wayne, lnd.. 

CarnionteJln,' Oak. Summit Part. BTanarllle, lad., 

Carraya, Tbe. Sbellpot Part, Wilmington, Del.. 

CarroU ft ciark. I.arayette, Buffalo. A«g. 8-JJ. 
Cahlll, Wro.. Athletic Park. Buffalo, Aug. 8-13. 
Carlln ft Otto. Kelth'a. Phlla.. Attg. 813: Keith a, 

Bnstou. 10-»». ,. „ _ 

Carter, Mr. ft Mm. Onrl, Fjllaon. Krerelt, Waah., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Calu & lluntec, Doylea, AtUntlc City, Aug. 8-13. 



Va., Aug. 



Hark, Dunkirk. N. Y.. 16 20. 
Claremoot. AL, Steoplechaae Pier, Atlantic Oily; 

N. J.. Aug. 813. _ 

Cuoiier ft Boblneon, Hampton Beaeb, Hampton, 

N\ H., Aug. 8-13. _ ' ... 

Cmistantine Hlatera. Jack'a. Chicago, Aug. 8-13. 
Cooke ft Botberr, New Moulin Rouge, Parla, Fr.. 

Aug. 8-31. , ■ 

Corrlgan. Emmett, ft Co., Ingeraoll Part, pea 

MoIiu-m, la.. Ang. 8-13. ■ • 

Cox. Bay. MonroyPark, Toronto, Can.. Aug. 8-13. 
Cody ft SInette, Woolworth, Lhncaater, Pa., Aug. 

8.13 T 

Colby. Chaa., Part, Ix>»lngton, Maaa., Aug. 8-13. 
Conner ft Rnlgera. CUiitea, San Franclaco, Ang. 

8-13 
Ciok ft Harrla, Foreat Home Hall, Sylvan Beaeb, 

X. Y.. Aiut. 8-20. v- * 

Conroy ft Pearl. Cbl-Gan-CI Beach. Michigan City. 

Ind., Ang. 7-13; Lagoon. Ludlow, Ky.. H-20. 
Coa-an ft Bancroft, Flynn'o Park Circuit, Aug. 

HHetit. 11. _.- 

Conn ft Conrad. Keith'*. Boaton. Ang, 813. 
Collin* ft Keene, Cryatal Path, St. Joaenb, Mo., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Cnllitu, Mon|e, Caalno, Bock Point, B. L, Aag. 

8-13. 
rollln* ft Hart Paradlne Boof, X. Y. C, Aug. 

Cowan] Frank. Farm. Zaoeayllle, Aug. 8-13. 
Cox Fn'nr.ly, Unliiue, BlUtugham, Waah., Aafr 

8-13. 
Corlnne. Cleveland'*, Chicago. Ang. 8-13. 
Uinpinger ft White, Creaceot Garden*, Berere, 

.Maw.. Ang. 8-1.1. 
CnKc-n ft Dow, Weaat'a, Peoria. 111.. Ang. 8-I3. 
Crane, Mr. ft Mrs. G., Farm, Toledo. O., Aaa. 

8-13. 
Crawfonl ft Manning, Paator'*, N. Y. C, Aag. 

Kta 
Craig, - R. V., Railway Park, Bouthbrldge, Mat*., 

Aug. 8-13. _ 

Crowley ft Foley. Crescent Gardens, Berere. 

Maaa., Aug. 8-13. 
Crlminlna ft Gore, .Southern Park, Pittsburg, 

Craven ft Caaey, Xomoibega Park, Boston, Aug. 

8-J3. • 

Ciirlla ft Adams, Guvernntor'a, Atlantic City, N. 

Cunningham ft'l'-ord, Howard. Boston, Ang. 8-13. 
Cnrtia; Mai\ GuTeroator'B, Atlantic City, N. J., 

Dnvls ' ft Maranley, Cleteland's, Chicago, Arw. 

8-in 

Davla ft Walker, Waldameer Park, Erie, Pa., Ang. 

S*1S •* * 

narrow, Mr. ft Mra. Btoart, Boalerard, Medford, 

Mnas., Aug. 8-20. - — 

Davis ft Wllaoa. Queen City flarden*. Elmlra, N. 

PuvillMin, 'Abbott, Benwlek Park;- Ithaca, X. Y., 

Darmotly, iron Pier. Old Orchard, Me.. Aug. 8- 

13. 
Dacey ft Chase, Weat Rnd nelghta, St. Louis, 

"Dancing Violinist." Nommbega Tark. Boston, 

Aug. 8-13. 
Dee. Roy, Boof Garden, Kl Paso, Tei., Aug. 8-13. 

8-13. 
De M'itt. Louise. I.una Park, Coney Island, N. 

Y., Aug. 813. 
DeVeau. Herbert, Keydross park. Saratoga, Aug. 

8-18; Electric Park. Albany. 13-80. . _ 
Delmore ft Lee, Sohmer Part, Montreal, Cau., 

De 'w'eesc, . Jennie, Llndenwall Park. Hamilton, 

o. Aug. 8-13. 
Delnad, (IhaB., ft Co., CMi.-ibla, SL Loula, Mo., 

Delayny ft' Frlta, Capital Amusement Co.. Ionia, 

M|eh.. Aug. 8-13. _ _ „ 

Deinpnlo ft Belle. Junction Park, Beaver Falls, 
■ Pa.. Aug. 8-13. 
De Knye Slaters. Morrison's, Rockaway Beach, 

Xji Y.. Aug. 8-18 ; Proctor'a 125tb Street, X, Y. 

C, 15-20. • • . _ 

Delvny, Dot, Casino, Bocky rolut, B. I., Aug. 8- 

13, 
Pe Becker. Neater. Proctor's 23d Street, N. Y. C, 
- Aug. 8-13. „ , - ,„ . 

Dentons (3), Acme. Sacramento, Cal., Aug. -8-13 ; 

Xareltr, Oakland. 1S-20. _ ' .» 

Deltorclll ft Clllasando, Temple., Detroit, Aug. 8- 

Dtrenda ft Green, O. O. H.. Ctitcsgo, Aug. 15-20. 
Delntiev ft Osiellu, Godfrey's Pavilion, Grand 

Kapldc. Mlcb.. Aug. 14-80. 
DelU'rg Slaters, Keith's. Boston, Aug. 8-13. 
Denctto Slstera. Columbia, St. Iajumi, Aug. 8-13; 

C. O. IL, Ohlcaro. 15-20. 
Dervln. James T.. Chutes. San Fran.. Aug.. 8-13. 
Devlin ft Revere, Woolworth, Lancaster, Pa.. Aag. 

8-18 
De Mirths. The. Casino, Cape May. N. J;. Ang. 8- 

13: Doyle s, Atlonllc City. N. J.. 15-20. 
Delmore. Misses, Avon Park. Youugatowo, 0., 

Ds"5 D'i," Belvedere, San Fran., Cal., Aug. 

8-111* 
Deruerie. Charlotte, Ludlow I.agocn, Cincinnati, 

Atuj. 8-13. 
Doyl " ft Emerson, Athletic Park, Buffalo, Ang. 

fit J[ 

Dclaii'ft t^-nhaer, Keith's. Phlla.. Ang. 8-13. 
Doylea. Dancing. Casino. Toledo. O.. Aug. 8-13. 
Diamonds (3). 1-akeslde Park, Dayton, O., Aug. 

H-20. 
Dlaon ft Holmes. Keith's, N. Y. C, Aug. 

Kellh's. Phlla.. 15-80. 
Dixon. Bowers ft Dixon, Hopklna' Park, 

phis. Tenn.. Aug. 8-20. 
Dlckoraon, Cbaa. B., Beacon Park, Webster, 

Mass.. Ang. 8-13. 
Dick ft Dick, Sana Soucl, Chicago. Aug. 8-15. 
Doyle. Palsy. Casino. Toledo, O.. Aug. 8-13. 
Dorothea Sisters, Lakeside Park Casino, Akron, 

. Aug. 8-13. 
Boone, Allen. BIJou. Oahkosh. WIb.. Aug. 
Dovle. Dauclnc. Casino, Toledo, O.. Aug. 
Do'vlo ft Granger, Casino. SprlngOtW. O., 

8-13: Falrvlew Park. Dayton, 15-80. 
Dnvle ft Emerson, Athletic Park, Buffalo, 

8-13. 
Duncan, A. O., C. O. H.. 0>lcatx). Aug. 8-1S. 
Dnraont, Dalay, Preebody Part, Newport, B. I.. 

Dtiuworth, Fred, Proctor's, Newark, N. J., Aag. 8- 

Dnrin ft Evelyn, Gnvernator'a, Atlantic City, N. 

J., Aug. 8-80. _ . «. 

Eda-nrds. The, Crystal Part, St, Joseph. Mo., 

Klitiore Sisters. Morrlaon'a. Rockaway Beach. N. 

Y., Aug. 8-13; Lake Qnlgalganond. Worcester. 

Maas., 18-80. . __,*, . _, 

Kldrlilge. Press. Forrest Park Hlghlanda, St. 

l^alsi Aug. 813; Forest Part. Kansas OHy. 

Kli-trlc' Comedy Fonr, Keith's. Phlla., Aug. 8-13; 

Keith's, Boston. 10-20. . _• . .. 
Elton. Jane, ft Co.. Temnle, Detroit, Ana. 8-13. 
Ellison*. Mark, Stone HIU Garden, Peoria, III., 

En-mire Comedy ■ Four. Ortftenm. ?an^Frai^lsco, 

Cal.. Aug. 813: Ornheata. Ix» Angeles, 1B-8T. 
Kmplre Trio. Keith'*. V. Y. C., Aiig. S-13 
Khgllsh Girls It). Shea's, Buffalo Aug, 
Km*. Geo. ft- tiorrtti. Proctor's 88« BL, 

V Aug R-13 
Bterett Sisters, Monte Carlo. Nome. Alaska, Aug. 

8-30 
Rv»n«.' Bessie. Kllte, DaTenparr. Is.. Auf. 8-13. 
FnMey. James ft Bonnie. Fdrest Part. WaWtbuty. 

Conn.. Aug. 813. 
FarrUutto*. Nevada. Caslao, Rocky Point, R. I., 

Fantas (8L Orphean). San Bernardino, Cal., Ang, 
8-20. 



Mlcb., 



Coon., 
R. I.. 



. C, Ang. 8-13. 
Clnclanatl, 0., 

Fr., Aug. 8- 

Buffalo, Aug. 



8-13; 
Mem- 



8-13. 
880. 
Aug. 

Aug. 



8-1.1 
X. - Y. 



Favor ft 

Aug. 8 

I5-30. k 
Fulardo. Keith's New, 

Bostpn, 15-80, 
KatrchlM*. The. 

Falk".* Eleanor. Paradise Boof, X. Y. C, 
Ferguson ft Bees.in, lakeside Park, 

Aug. 8-13. ' _ , _ _. 

Feplelle, Harry, Uke Ontario Part, 

Can., Ang. 8-13. _ ' . ,, 

Ferguson. John. Howard. Boston. Ang. 8-iJ- 
Ferna, Kd.. BIJou. D'dutb. Mloo.. Aug. 8 13. 
Ferguson ft Dupree. lake PafJ^K'"*"™- O -'- 

Aug. 813; Hsnlon's Point, Toronto, Can 

FwSLm ft raasmore, C. O. H., Chicago, Aug. 

Ferry.' Ulahna Park. Ogden, U.. Ang. 8-»3. 
Feisley, Juggling. Boyd's Park. Peru. Ind., Aug. 

Fcrgoion ft Mack. Sana 8*ncl. Chicago, Aag. 8-20. 
riabar. Mr. ft Mra. rerkina, Boblson Part, FL 

Wayne. Ind.. Ang. 8-13. . 

Flske ft McDooougb, Paator'a, N. Y. C, Aug. 

FltageraUi H. V., Headereon's, Coney Island. N. 

Fllber, A, w'll| 8 «'.. Chestnut Hill Park, Pblla., 

Flrerf' Barney,' HIlilnger'B Gardeni, Chicago, Aug. 

8-13 
rielila,' Will, H... Flremen'a Vandevllle Show, 

Warren. Pa.. Aug. 8-13. ;.. „ v 

Fltagerald Bros, ft Mlsa Boma. Kelth'a, N. X. 

C.. Ang. 8-13. „ . _ . M 

FWier ft Johnson, F.rb's Casino, North Beach, ». 

Y.. Aug. 813. _■ .-_ _. 

Floera Slstera (3), Audltorinm, Norfolk, va., 

Aug. 8-13. ... « v 

Flalkowaky. Dreamland, Coney Island, N. I., 

Ang. 8-13. 
Foster ft Foster. Raraona, Grand Bapldi, 

FoxI'^'ladgeC Pastors. X. Y. C Ang. 8-13 
Ford Sisters, Pleasure Beach. Bridgeport, 

Aug. 8-13. 
Fi.nl ft Wilson, Freesody Park. Newport, 

Aug. Si:.. 
Fot ft CUrk, Orpbeum. San Fran., Aug, 8-13. 
Ford ft May, Freebody Part. Newport, B. I., Ang. 

8-13 
Fox ft Ward. Grand, Fresno, Cal.. Aug. 8-13. 
I-rnlner. Evelyn, Pleasure Beaeb, Brldgejiort, 

Cnnn., Aug. 8-13. _ . , 

FoK ft Meltllle. Hlpnodroroe, Wlgan. England. 

Aug. 8-13; Hlpooilrome. Scarborough, 15-20. 
Freilerlck, Paul, Paator'a. N. Y. C. Aug. 8-13. 
Freroll. Fred. Beowlck Park, Ithaca, N. Y., 

Aug. 8-13. „ _ 

Fraier Trio, New York Roof, N. Y 
Frye ft Allen. Coney Island Park, 

Aug. 8- 1 3. 
Fuller, Ida M.. Folles Marigny, 

Sept. 3. 
Gardner, Caroline, Athletic Pnrk 

8-13 
Galls, The. Auditorium. Norfolk. Va.. Ang. 8-13. 
(iallettl's Monkeys, lngenbll Part, Dea Moines, 

la:. Ang. 8-13. , 

Gognoux. The, Henderson's, Coney Island, N. 

Gayi'Orent. Boaiioke Park, Grand Baplds, Mich., 

■ ,-|— y Si a .Ofh 

Gasch SUters,' Paradise Roof, N. Y. C Aug. 8-13. 
Oavlh ft Piatt, Oakford Park, Jeannette, Pa., 

Aug. 8-13. . . . „ 

Cosmona ft Tanko. Luna Part, Coney Island, N. 

Y.. Ang. 8-13. .j, 

Gebhart. Fannie, Empire, Ashtabnln Harbor, O., 

Cliren'ft Gl'llen, Grnnd. Reno. Nct., Ang. 8-13; 

Nltagraph, Carson City, 15-20. 
GlraM ft aardner, Avon Part. Youngstown, O., 

Cllniore ft'l'^onard, Brighton Beach. N. Y., Aug. 

8-1*1 
Gibson' ft Nash, Wavefly Park, Lansing, Mich., 

Giinlan ar Afleu, Crescent Gardens, Berere, Mass., 

Aug. 8-13. „ .. 

c.lbuey Slstera. A. ft S.. Boston. Aug. 8-13. 
illllette Sisters. Henderson's, Coney Island, N. 

Blocker, O. ft A., Manhattan Beach, Denyer, CoL, 

Aug. 8-13. . _ _-, m 

Golden Gate Quintet, Dreamland, Coney Island, 

Gordon "Slsfers. Utiyernator'a, Atlantic City, N. 

J:, Aug. 8-20. 
OotUaru Comedy Four, CO. H., Chicago, Ang. 

8-13. 
Gordon, Don, Sprlngbonk Park. London. Can., 

Aug. 8-13; Sprltigbrook Park. South Bend, lnd., 
• 1.V80. 

Golubacks, Keith's, Phlla., Aug. 8-13. • 

tionlon Sisters, Dreamland, Coney Island, N. Y., 

Ana. 8-13. „ . , . - „ _ 

•aftbA Billy, Henderson's, Coney Island, N. Y., 

Gnolmans. Musical, Falrvlew' Part, Dayton, O., 

Gregory 'ft Llnd, Proctor'a, Newark, N. J.. Aug. 

8-13 
Granville, Minnie, Bronson Park, Cornlnr, X. Y„ 

Gregsons. The. Sprlngbonk Part, London. Ont.. 
Aiuf. 8-13 ; Sprlngbank Part, South Bend, lnd., 

flramea'ci). Jack's, Chicago. Aag. 8-13. 

Greler, Tom, Empire, ABhtabula Harbor. O., Aug. 

813. 
Cranat. Louis, Xew York Hoof, X. Y. C, Aug. 

8-i'l 
Grace.' La Petite, Casino, Springfield, 0., Aug. 

Gtwrrc'ro, New York Roof. X. Y. C.. Aug. 8-13. 
Gullmette, Slguor, Luna Park, Coney laland, X. 

Y:. Aug. 8- III. . ■' _ 

Hatbawny ft Walton. Howard, Boston, Aug. 8- 

13; Music Hall, Brighton Beach, X. Y., 15-20. 
Hallen ft Hughes, Farm. Toledo, O., Ang. 8-13. 
Hart, Kitty. BIJou, Marinette, Wla., Aug. 8-13. 
Honlcv, Chat., Southern Part, Pittsburg, Aug. 

8- 1 .'I 
Harris* Walters, Lake Side Caalno, Akron, 0., 

Ang. 8-13. „ _ 

Hayes ft Wernta, Doyle'a. Atlantic Clly, N. J., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Hayes ft Wynne, Atlantic Garden, N. Y. C, Aug. 

Harrison. Minnie, Proctor'a 5th Ave., X. Y. C, 

Hart'.''' Annie, Wenona Beaeb, Bay City, Mich, 

Ang. 8-13. 
Harris ft Xelson, A. ft 8.. Boston. Ang. 813. 
llardle. Tom. C O. H., Chicago, Aug. 8-13. 
Hamlll. Fred J., C O. H.. Chicago. Aug. 8-13. 
Harts. The. Guveraator'B, Atlantic City, N. J., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Hammond ft Forrest, Colombia, SL Loula, Aug. 

8-13. 
Ha'll ft Hughea. Freebody Park, Newport, B. L, 

Harcourt ft' Kane, Woodland Park, Denlson, Tex., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Hnnrey ft Doune, Hnshsgen's, St. I^ols, Aug. 8- 

20. „ 

Hayes Tommy, ldora Part, Youhgstovrn, O., 

Harrington,' Dan. J., Boss Park, Blngbamton N. 

Harrington, Giles W.. Collins Garden. Columbus. 

0.. Aug. S13: BelbJTUe Park. Tole<lo, 14-20. 
Heam ft Lewis, Star. Portland. Ore., Aug. 8-13; 

Ornhenni, Tacoraa, Wash.. 15-20. 
Held, LIUIs.li, Atlantic aOrden, N. Y. 0., Ang. 

Herberts (B), Flying, Lnna Part, Coney Island, 

N. Y.. Aug. 8-18. 
Hevwood, Gteat, Tumbling Dam Part. Brldgeton, 

N. J.. Aug. 813; Central Park, Allentown, Pa., 

1580. „ ^ _ _ . 

"Her Busy Day." Proctor's, Newark, X. J., Ang< 

8-13 
Heclow, Cbas., Oakford Park, Jeannette, Pa., Aug. 

Henderson ft Ross. Lake View Park. Terre Haute. 

Ind., Aug. 8-18; Mannlon's Park, St. Lonla, 14- 

20. 
Henry, Eugene, Hiawatha Part, Mt. Vernon, O., 

Aug. 8-18. _ ... 

Hedrlx ft Prescott. Henderson's, Coney Island, 

Hen'rv ft Hoon. Pastor's. N. Y. 0.. Aug. 8-13. 
Heeler ft Meely, New Cross. London, Eng., Aug. 

8-18 ; Knsplre, London. 15-20. . 

Herbert. Anna M.. Pleasure Beaeb, Brldge|iort, 

Oom:, Aug. 8-13. 
Henella, Park, t#xlngton, Maw.. Aug. 8-IS. 
Hefron, Tom. Crystal Park, St. Joseph, Ma, Aug. 

ItHirr'ft Hot*. Pastor's. X. Y. O. Aag. 8-IS. 
Hlflsnan. ujind.' Ltttcoln Part. Xew Bedford. Mass., 

ninM'ft'RstolBgtnn, Colnajbla; St. toola. Ang. 

g.|3; Olympic. Chlctao. Ift'80. 
fltltons, The. Llneolh Park, New Bedford. Mass.. 

Hlrkce ft rielsoo, Moirlson's, Rockaway Beach, 
N. Y.. Aug. 8-13. 

llllibert ft Warren, Wenona Beach, Bay City, 
Mlcb., Aug. 8 13. 



•'^^tt^.W-.^.^'. 



Aug. 



lllii. Will 

s-n. 

ill ft i 

Hlsglna 

Aug. 8-13. 
Holeomb, Cnrtia ft 

BSSthtt^Si Morrison's. Bockaway Beach 

X. Y.. Aug. 14-». . 

Hock. Kmll. * Co.. Temple, 
Hogm, Ernest, Woolworth 

'l'1-_. _ » — r-i,i/,«ffo Aug. 8- 



WeMi, Bonlerard, Medford, 



Detroit, Aug. 8-13. 
Lancaster, Pa., Aug. 



Bans Soucl, Chicago, 



Honcrd'a Ponies, 
13. 

Howard ft Anderson, 

Hodgea ft^Lauucbmere, Bocky Point, Providence, 

Ho J Va*rd 8 ft a 'LiieBta. Dreamland. Coney Island. 

H&ftNrw&.Vri.h'.. X. Y. C. Aug. 8-13 
Hotten. -Mr. ft Mrs. Frank, Empire Clrcalt, CoL, 

HoliTer.^ft-Lnilan. Alh.mbra, London. Eng.. 

Ht A »-s. The Atlantic Ganlen X ; , Y. C., Aug ; , 8-»3 
Howard, Melvln B., Dreamlaud, Coney lalaud. 

Hu'me. ¥ 'Bosl!*ft 8 'l!*wl.. Hippodrome. Mancheater. 

Eng Aug. 813: Empire. Cardiff. 15-20. 
Hnptjr * Mooney. Auditorium, Oharlotte, N. Y., 

Hoegrt Bros.', Elk." O. H., Leadtllle, Colo., Aug. 



Rlrerslde Part, Bangor, 



Ang. 

Fr., 

. Aug. 

City, 



8-13. 



N. T., 



Atlantic City,, 



Hurleys, The, Luna Park, Coney laland, 

Aug. 8-13. _ .. 

Hughes. Cbas. ft Madge, Doyle's, 

Hughes "mibmciI Trio, Orpbeum, San Francisco, 

Hyer*May.'caBlno. Bocky Point. B. L, Aug. 8-13. 
Imperial Comedy Four, Proctor's 5th Ave., N. 

Inness ft By'*', i.ske Side Park, Dayton, O., Ang. 

8- 1 'I «■ 

Irvlng'Trlo.- Unique. Stockton. Cal., Aug. 8-13. 
Isaacson, Tony, A. ft S., Boston. Ang. 8-13. 
Jackson ft Douglaa, Doyle's, Atlantic City, N. 

Jacobs ft^Von Tyle. Keith's. Boston. Aug. 8-12. 
Jennings ft Rentfrew. Ukemont Park. Dover, 

\ H Allaf ' 8-li». 

Jeal'ne 'ft Eiisworth, Coney laland, Cincinnati, 

Jesse Trio. Weast's. Peoria, III.. Aug. 8-13. 

Jermon, Irene, Woolworth, Lancaster, Pa., Aug. 
8-13. 

Jewell's Manikin Theatre. Pastor's. N. Y. O., 
Aug. 8-13: .'..-' 

Johnson, Sabel, Shea'*, Buffalo, Aug. 8-13. 

Johnsons, Tbe, Casino. Rocky Point, R. L, Aug. 
8-13 

Johnson ft Dean. Bndarara, Budapest, Paris, Fr., 
Aug. 8-31. 

Johnson ft Wells, Temple. Detroit. Ang. 813. 

Johnson. Davenport ft Ix>reila, Forest Park, Kan- 
sas City, Mo.. Aug. 8-13. _ ._ _ 

Johnson ft Sullivan, Auditorium, Norfolk, Va., 
Aug. 8-13. 

Johnson, Musical, Blckard's, Melbourne, Aus., 

JohnHton,' C. B., Morrison's, Bockaway Beach, 

X. Y., Ang. 8-13. ' " 

Joyce ft Wllletta, Howard. Boston. Aug. 8-13. 
Jovce*. Paddy ft Mabel, Howard. Boaton, Aug. 

8-13. 
Jones. Grant ft Jones, Proctor's, Newark, N. J., 

Aug. 8-13. „ ., 

Jnne. May, Crystal Park, St. Joseph, Mo., Ang. 

8.13. 

Ivora, Chester Park, Cincinnati, Aug. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
111., 



Jnndt ft 
8-13. 

Karseys, 
8-13. 

Kartell! 



The, Proctor's 23d St., N. Y. C, Ang. 



N. 



Paradise Roof. N. Y. C. Ang. 8-13. 
Kelcy, Mr. ft Mrs. Alfied, Wheeling Park, Wheel 

Ing, W. Va., Ang. 8-13. " 

Keitiui. Charles, Wenona Beach Park, Bay City 

Mich., A«tg. 8-13. 
Kennark. Anna. Morrison's, Bockaway Beach, 

Kenno. Welrli ft Melrose, Proctor'a 23d SL, N. 
Y.' C' Aug.' 8-13. \ 

Kenton, Dorothy, Delmar, Oklahoma City, O. T., 

Ang. 8-1.1; Mannlon's, St. Louis, 14-30. 
Ketrron ft De Garmb, Olehta,ngy Park, Colnmbiw, 
O.. Aug. 8-13;- Avon Part, Youngstown. 14-20. 
Keniieily ft Kennedy, Howard, Boston, Aug. 8-13; 

A. ft S.. Boaton, 15-80. _ . 

Kelleher. M. J., Doyle's, Atlantic Oty, X. J., 

Ang. 8-18. . . 

Kelley Brothers, Proctor's, Newark, N. J., Aug. 

8-13. • . 

Kelley, Joe. Lincoln Park, New Bedford, Mass., 
• Ang. 8-13. 

Keene. J. Warren. Kenelngton Lawn, Saratoga, 

at Y.'. Aug. 8-13. . ' > 

Kennedy ft Kennedy, Howard, Bostoo, Ang. 8-13. 

Kelly ft Molr, Iron Pier O. IL, Cape May, Aug. 

8-J3 ■- . 

Kelly ft Adasuj, Howard, Boaton, Aug. 8-13. 
Khrrua ft Cole, Pavlllou, So. Bend, Ind., Ang. 

T-J3. 
KiraICo, Gua., Delmar Garden, Oklahoma City, 

O. T., Attg. 8-13. 
Kltatnnra Japs, Luna Park, Coney Island, X. Y„ 

Aug. 8-13. 
Klppy Family, Bntte, Mont., Aug. 8-13; Lyceum, 

Ogden. L'., 16-80. 
Kiltie Trio, Proctor's Oth Ave., N. Y. C, Aug. 
■ 8-13. 

Klein ft Clifton, G. 0. IL, Altoona. Pa., Aug. 8- 
• 13. 

Klein, Ott Bros, ft Nlckerson, Sohmer Park. Mon- 
treal. Can., Aug. 8-13; Gorman's Park, Boston, 
15-20. 
Klein ft Klein, Meyers Lake Part, Canton, O., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Knlgbt, Elizabeth, Cheater Park, Cincinnati, Aug. 

8-13. 
Knapp, Dorothy, Chestnut HIU Part, Phlla., Aug. 

8-13. " 

Knox Bros.. Howard. Boaton, Aug. 8-13; Spring 

Lake Park, Trenton, 15-20. 
Koklo, Mignonette, lugersoll Park, Dea Moines, 

la.. Aug. 8-13. 
Koliler ft Kobler. Llndenwald Park, Hamilton, 

O., Ang. 8-13. 
Koppe ft Co., Midway Park, Mlddletown, X. Y., 

Aug. 8-13. 
La Fleur, Joseph, Carnival, Jackson, Mich., Aug. 

813. 
La Croix ft Campbell, Xovelty Grand, Sacramento, 

Cal., Aug. 14-80. 
La Velle ft Grant, Ponce De Leon Park, Atlanta, 
aa., Ang. 8-13; Ocean View Casino, Korfolk, 
Va., 15-20. 
Id Booth, Louise, Doyle's, Atlantic City, Aug. 

8*13 
La Tell Bros., Olympic Park, Helton, N. J. 

8-13 
La Roys, The, Proctor'a 6th Ave., N. Y. C. 

La Xoie Bros., Island Park, Augusta, Me., Ang. 
8-13. 

La Moines, The, Lake Park, Kingston. Ont., Ang. 
8-13; Monroe Part, Toronto, 14-20. 

La Jess. Tbeo. ft Csmllle, Riverside Park, Ban- 
gor. Me.. Aug. 8-13. 

La Tour, Irene, Carnival, Waynesbnrg, Pa., Aug. 

Lane ft Suxlnetta. Empire, San Fran., Cal., Aug. 

8-13; Oberou, San Fran., 16-27. 
Lavlne ft Leonard. Dkwllng's, Rockaway Beaeb, 

K. Y„ Aug. 8-13. 
Lnmson, Mabel, Chutes, San Fran., Aug. 8-13. 
I.lovrl, Herbert, Scala, Copenhagen, Denmark, 

Aug. 8, Indefinite. 
I* Claire, Harry, Freebody Park, Newport, R. 'I., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Le Roy, Marie, Pine Beach, Norfolk, Va., Ang. 

8-13. 
Le Favor, Mabel, Highland Beaeb, Brockton, 

Maw., Aug. 8-13. 
Lewis ft Cbr.plu Weast's, Peoria, III., Ang. 8-13. 
Le Clair, John, Columbia, St. Idnls, Ang. 8-1R. 
Leslie, Eddie, Lake View Park, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Leonbnrt, Jnggter, BIJou, Portland, Ore., Aug. 

8-13; Orpneum, Astoria. 16-20. 
Levlne ft Arlington, Doyle's, Atlantic City, N. 

J.. Aug. 8-13. • 

Lennon, Bert. Pastor's, N. T. C Ang. 8-13. 
I*slle. Geo. W., Hankm'a Point. Toronto, Can., 

Ang. 8-13; Lake Part, Kingston. 15-20. 
Leslie's Trained Pigs, Chutes, San Francisco, 

Aug. 8-13. 
Le Clair ft Bowen, Steeplechase Pier, Atlantic 

City, N. J., Ang. 8-13. 
Lewis ft Ryan. Kelth'a, N. Y. C Aug. 15.-20. 
I* Hart, Mons., Monroe Part, Toronto. Aug. 8-13. 
I/etnores. The, Empire, Ashtabllla Harbor, O., 

Aug. 8-13; 
!,eesv The. Lake View Part, Terre Haute, Ind., 

Aug. 8-18. 
Leonard Sister*. Worth's Paint Garden. Omaha, 

Neb.. Ang. 13-20. 
I^onird ft Drake, Springfield Park, So. Brail, 

lnd., Aug. 713: Fatrn. Toledo. O.. 16-80. 
Litchfield, Mr. ft Mrs. Null, Hiuplre. Glasrotr, 

Soot., Aug. 8-18: Empire. Leeds, Kng.. 15-20. 
Llpplncott*. The. Unique. Salt Uke City, U., 
Aug. 8-13; L'nlqoe, Ogden, 15-80. 



Aug. 
Aug. 



Linden. Daisy. Sleeplechaae Pier. Atlantic City. 

X. J., Aug. 15-20. 
lunle lltw. Crystal Beach, Can.. Aug, B-13: 

l-yiinilu. Niagara Falls, X. Y., 15-30. 
Lose, Chaa. P., Chutes, San Francisco, Aug. 8. 

ijjTltts. The. Pastor's. X. Y. C.. Aug. 8.13. 
I.uticnberger ft ^Harris, Island Park, Elkhart, 

I nkens (4 t ),New"York Boof, N. Y. C. Ang. 8-13. 
Lyster ft Cooke, Kelth'a, Pblla., Aug. 8-13; 

Keith's, Bostou, 15-20. 
Lvrtell ft Bltlterwortb, Proctor'a 5th Ate., N. Y. 

C, Ang. 8-13. 
Maaon ft Kceler Co., Moss ft Stoll Tour, England, 

Aug. 8-N0r. 18. • 

Mann° Danny, ft Co., Paator'a, X. Y. C, 

8-i3. 
Slartlne Brothers, Folles Marigny, Paris, 

Aug. 8-31. ' . . 

Majestic Musical Four. Pier. Arverne, L. I„ 

813; Proctor's, Newark. 15-20. 
Martlneltl «Vt Svlvester. Doyle's, Atlantic 

X. J., Aug. 8-13. 
Masse. Ed. * Xettle, Sohmer Park, Montreal, 

Can., Aug. 8-111. 
Macks (21, Steeplechase Pier. Atlantic City, N. 
' J , Ang. 8-18: • ' 

May. Olive, ft J. W. Albaugk, Orpbeum, San 

Fran., Aug. 8-13. 
Marco Twins, Forest Part, Kansas City, Mo., 

Ang. ■ 8-13. - ■ • ' 
Martdox * Wavne, Keith's. Boston, Ang. 8-13. 
Mswson, Ed.- B..- ft Co., Proctor'a 23d St.', N. 

Y. O.. Aug. -8-13. 
Marshall, the ■ Mystic, Highland Park, Brock- 
ton, Mass., Aug. 8-13. 
Mack ft Elliott, Lakeside Part, Dayton, O., Aug. 

a ,j» . . ■ - 

Madcaps (3), Olentangy, Columbus, 0., Ang. 8- 

13; Farm, Toledo. 1480. 
Martin A Qnigg, Sam Reeves Park, Fostorls, 0., 

Ang. 8-13. 
Maey ft Hall, Keith'*. N. Y. C. Ang. 813. 
Manlfy ft Morris, ltlorn Park, Youngstown, 0., 

Ang. 8-13.- ■ • 
Marshall ft Bortlett, A. ft S., Boston, Aug. 8- 

13; 

Madcaps (41. Orpbeum. San Fran.. Ang. 8-1.1. 
Mnrlpellls, The, Doyle's, Atlantic City, N. J., 

Ana. - 8-IS.- - - 
Mannings. The, Copt. Pier, Bath Beach, N. Y., 

Ma'rtrnV Dogs ft Monkeys, Caalno, Toledo, O., 

Ang. 8-13, ' 
Marvelle ft Glenson, Willows, Salem, Mass., Ang. 

8-18 ' 

Mnthleus. Jnggllng, Oak Summit Park, Evans- 

ville, lnd.. Ang. 14-20. . 

Martin ft Rldgewoy, Dreamland, Coney Island. 

X. Y., Aug.- 8-18. 
Marqnands. The, Howard. Boston. Aug. 8-13. 
Marty ft Mason.' BIJou. Norfolk. Va., Aug. 8-t3. 
Marsh ft Sartella, Cleveland's, Chicago, Aug. 

8-13 
Martlneltl & Martelle, Doyle's, Atlantic Clly, N. 

J., Aug. 8-13. _ 

Mantell's.. Marionettes, Lyceum, Ogden. U., 

8-1.1; Bon Ton. Salt Ijke City. 15-80. 
Maxsmlth Duo, Chester Park, Cincinnati, 

Martvn'ne, Tbe Great, O. H., Springfield 

Aug. 8-13. 
Magic Kettle, Music Hall, Brighton Beach, Aug. 

8-13. 
Msrqtiam, Winnie, Blazier's, Portland, Ore., Aug. 

813. 
Marline ft Balmo, Luna Park Coney Island, N. 

V.. Aug. 8-18. 
Martin's Trained Animals, Chester Park, Cin- 
cinnati. Aug. 8-13. 
May, Fannie, Empire, Ashtabula Harbor. O., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Mario ft Atdo. Rhea's, Buffalo. Ang. 8-13 ; Temple, 

Detroit, 15-20. 

McAvov, Harry, Southern Part, Pittsburg. Aug. 

8-13. 
McPHall * Boyd. Crescent Gardens, Revere, 

Mass., Ang. 8-13. 
McKeonon ft Beed. Keith's. N. V. C. Ang. 8-13. 
McGrath Bros.. Young's Pier, Atlantic City, N. 

J,. Ang. 8-13. 
MeArsy, Cbaa., Cascade Park, New Castle, Pa., 

Ang. 8-13. 
McDowell. J. G. ft Allle, Casino Park, Canton, 

O.. Aug. 8-1.1. 
MrCone ft Black, Guvernatcr's, Atlantic City, X. 

J.. Aug. 8-13. 
MeGabe, Sabine ft Vera, Orpbeum. San Francis- 
co.' Aug. 8-13. 
Mclntyre ft Primrose. Morrison's, Bockaway 

Beach. X. Y.. Aug. 8-13. 
McSbaffrey Mimical Gypsies, Victory O. H.. San 

Jose, Cal., Aug. 8-12; Yoaetnlte, Stockton. 15- 

McCnne ft Grant. Edison, Lewlston, Ida., 

8-13; Edison. Spokane, Wash.. 16-20. 
McCarthy, John ft Nellie, Jack's, Chicago, 

8-13. 
Merrills, Marvelous (3), Casino, Toledo, O., Ang. 

8U3. 
Meensker. Ines. Mannlon's, St. Lonls. Ang. 8-13: 

Delmar Garden, Oklahoma City. O. T., 14-20. 
Meier ft Mora, Alliambra. AtterdlhT, Eng., Aug. 8- 
. 13; Gaiety, Blrmlnaliam. 16-20. 
Meredith, Jerome, ft Co., Casino, Toledo, 0., Ang. 

8-13. 
Meredith Slaters. Kellh's. Phlla., Ang. 8-13. 
Melville ft Conway, Doyle's, Atlantic City, N. 
. J:. Aug. 8-13. 
Melvay Duo, Hllllnger's Gardens, Chicago, Aug. 

8-13. 
Mercler, Edwin, Henderson's, Coney Island, N. 

Y;. Aug. 8-13. 
Mllcy, Katbryn, Dreamland, Coney Island, N. Y., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Millward, Jessie, Keith's. Phlla., Aug. 8-13. 
Mitchell ft Love, Godfrey's, Grand Rapids, Mich., 

Aag.' 8-13. 
Mllanl Trio, Henderson's, Coney Island, N. Y., 

Ang. 8-13. 
Miller ft Kresko, ldora Park, Youngstown, 0., 

Ang. 8-1 B. 
Mitchell ft Browning, Qodrroy's, Grand Rapids, 

Mich.. Ang. b-13. . 
Mitchell ft Cain. Howard, Boaton, Aug. 8-13. 
Millard* Bros., Farm. Zanesvllle. O.. Aug. 8-13. 
Mills ft Morris, Yonng's Pier, Atlantic City, Aug. 

Mitchell 'ft Marron, Part, Lexington, Mass., Aug. 

8-13 
Mlilcle'ys, Jacobs', Peoria. III.. Ang. 8-13. 
Mlinno, Kobe, Jack's. Chicago, Aug. 8-13. 
Morton, Phil, How-ird, Boston Aug. 8-13. 
Mortons (4). Brighton Beach. N. Y., Aug. 8-13. 
Morton 1 Elliott, Keith's, Phlla., Ang. 8-13. 
Montrose, Louise, Kelth'a, Boston. Aug. 8-13. 
Monroe ft Page, Howard. Boston, Ang. 8-13. 
Moreland. Beatrice. Keith's. N. Y. ft, Ang. 8-13. 
Moore. Annette, Crystal Pork, St. Joseph, Mo., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Morris ft Walton, Bon Ton, Salt Lake City, D., 

Aag. 15-30. 
Morris ft Daly, Avon Park, Youngstown, O., Aug. 

8! 3. 
Montgomery ft Penrl, Shea's. Buffalo, Aug. 8-13. 
Mooney ft Holbein, Woolworth, Lancaster, Pa., 

Ane. 8-13. 
Murphy ft Wlllard. Olentangy Pork, Columbus. O., 

Aug. 813; Sprlngbrtok Park, S, Bend, lnd., 

15-20. 
Murphy ft Andrews, Casino, Merideo, Conn., Aug. 

8-18. „ 

Murray, Wanndrey's, Logannport, Ind.. Aug. 8-13. 
Murphy ft Palmer, Alameda Park, Butler. Pa.. 

Aug. 813. 
Mmlge ft Morton. Alhambra. Belfast, Ire., Aug. 8- 

13 ; Tlvoll. Dublin, 13-20. 
Myers. Carlos D., Lagoon Park, Cincinnati, Aug- 

8-13. 
Myers ft Boss, Proctor's, Newark, X. J., Aug. 

8-13. 

Rosa, Rocky Point, Providence, Aug. 



Aug. 
Ang. 



Nntnon, 

8-18. 
Nntado, Luna Park, Coney Island, N. Y. Aug. 

8-13 i 

N'essen' ft Xessen, Highland Lake, Wlnsted, Conn., 

Aug. 8-13. ' 

Nelson, Steele ft Nelson, Fair, Schenerua, X. Y., 

Ang. 15-20. 
Nelson. Edw. L., Casino, Toledo, O.. Aug. 8-13. 
Nrlta. Ruth. Forest Park, Kansas City, Aug. 8-13 ; 

Mannlon's, St. Lonls, 14-20: 
Newell ft xihlo, Spring Grove Casino. Spring. 

field. O., Aug. 813; Lakeside Park, Akron, 14- 

20. 
Newell ft Steele. Howard. Boston. Ang, 8-13. 
New York Comedy Four, Standard, St. Louis, 

Ang. 8-13. 
Nibln ft Spencer, Doyle's, Atlantic City, N. J.. 

Aug. S-13. 
Ml.be ft Bordonex, Delmar Garden, Oklahoma 

City, O. T., Aug. 8-13. 
Nlhbe. C. E., Empire, Ashtabula Harbor, O., Ang. 

8-18. 
N'ormandln, A., ohmer Park. Montreal, Can., 

Aug. R-13. 
Norton ft Nicholson, Dark, So. Bend, lad., Ang. 

8-13; Muisc Hall. Brighton Beach, N. Y., 16- 

80. 
Norrlses, The. O. H„ Schenectady. N. Y.. Ang. 

8-13. 
Normans. Juggling, Ramona, Grand Rapids, 

Mlcb,. All*. 8-13. 
Kudos (3), Atlantic Garden, N. Y. C. Aug. 8-13. 



AUGUST 13. 



v«ri-ltr Comedy Four. Henderson's, Coney \%. 
TH N. Y.. Au».»-13. .... 
( ,l,. f ll,' Cleveland's. <SI C «*°., *«;, »-J3. .. 
ST™ 4 Meilet. Oodff<»>,: Or. ii.l Kapids. 

IllopaJ. ***• JJE 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



583 



Aug. 



jiKft% 



,,prk-ti 4 0«eMey, ?'««.'V». H. Y. C. Aug. 8 

1,1" • ■• ■ 

I'arkrr'a Uuf Clrcuw. SJiea's. Buflalu. Aog. 8-iS. 

{.",.■. aflrioh* Co.. 'Briiirt.ni Beach, *n. v., 

IVi'liuer it Jbibnwou, Lyceum, Niagara Fills. N. 

Y.. AUK. "Ja. :'. '■ • % 

MtdMT* Clilfpn. Hoylr's. Atlantic Cltjr, N. J.. 

mk. x-iJ): riucrv, n. v. ■«:.. us-so. 

l'aiiHiirlfl ' * Plquo. Jlliilsslronie, Loadkm, Kug., 

AsxS'B-M. '" - " 
Parker, Km"!*- A- * 8.. Boston, Aug. s-lfl. 
1'nliiier * IJUiblosnn.' I.ycwun. ' Niagara Falls, N. 

V.. Aun.r'MSJ'." •■■•"• 2V • 
1'ni.liiU. ForrsrTark, Kaiiani City. Mo.. Aug. 8- 

IS: liigeh->dl Vili-h. DeVHoin*s. I*-.. Il-jfo. 
Iveis-n. 'Kiurcnc. BmtiJre, Ashtabula Harbor 1 . 0., 

xmTfn- .r,<->'--> po* • n- • .' 

IVwIl. Paradise Hoot. Jf. t. C-. Aug. 8-13. 

retelling Bros., Columbia. St. tool*. Mil, Aug. 

8-i:t. " '"''■'.'■ v.; .' '•• • 

PelnK The. Cuiernator's, Atlantic City. K. J., 

Ang. 8 ; 1*- '"'' '"" K 
l'crn- 4 Randall, Doyle's, .Atlantic Cilv. X. J., 

Aug. 3-1-1- --'.'■'.•'' 

rierce A Malice. Island Park, Auirusla, Mc, Aug. 

8-13. _, - ... 

Powell Comedy Four. A. A S.. Boston. Ang. 8-13. 
Powell, Harry, A. & »., Bosom. Aug. s-l:i. 
rotter A Hartwell, Keith's, N. Y. 0.. Anc. 8-13 ; 

Keith's, Phiia., lu-20. 
l'olk & KoUtaa. Alhambra. Hull, Kng.. Aug. S-13; 

Tlroll. Blnbiagham, 16-20. 
I'otht * Potts, Oeotral Park, Dunkirk. K. V . 

Aug. 8-18. •'-' 
l'rwton, a L.. Bock Spring Park, K. Liverpool, 

(),. Aug. 8-13. 
Princetons, Jacobs, Peoria, 111., Aug. 8-13. 
Prentice Trio, Freebody Park. Newport, E. I., 

Aug. 8-13. '• • 

Pryors, Toe, A. ft 8.. Boston. Aug. 8-13. 
Ilamaey Slaters, Oakland I'nrk. Jennnette, Pa., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Kuiialdos, The, Farm, Toledo. O.. Aug. 8-13. 
Bayno's, Al., Canines, Young's Pier, Atlantic 

CHr. N- 3; Aug. 8-18. 
lUI|,b .Tulla. Keith's. Boston. Aag. 8-13. 
Ramsey A Brown, HllHnger'.* Oerdens. Chicago. 

Aug. S-13. '''*, . 

Ibickett 4 Hasard, Proctor's, Newark, N. J.. Aog. 

s-tri. 

rtaitfonl ft Wlnciieater. Hlppodroine. Loudon, Eng. 

Aug. 8-27. 
KaymoMl, Laura. BIJoo, Norfolk. Vs.. Aug. 8-13. 
Italniund A Good, Ft. Sheridan I'nrk, Hlghwond 

111.. Aug. 7-13. .-.,...».• 

Bays (3), Cowan's Garden, OalesUtirg, III., Aor. 

8-13. 
Raymond A Trlcey. Elka, Leadrllle. Colo., Ang. 

Belli Bros., Shea's. Buffalo. Aug. 8-13. 

Iler-o A IllcbarO A Co., Bamona, Grand Raulds. 

Mich.. An*. 8-13. r 

Bellly. Jobnny. Hnber's, N. Y. C. Aug. 8-13. 
Beiirmnl ft Winchester, Willow*. Salem. Mass.. 

Aug. 8-12; Pastor's, N. Y. C„ 18-20. 
Benin (31. Lyric. Ban Diego. Cal., Aug. 8-20. 
Reed A Cole. Athletic Park, nuffalo. Aog. 8-13 
Itcklsw, Dan, Motors Lake Park. Canton, 0.. 

Aug. 8-13. 
Brntr (:'•). Auditorium. Norfolk. Va., Ang. 8-13 
Bice * Walters. Park, Mllfonl. Masa.. Aug. 8-13. 
Bk> Bros.. Sacandaga Park, N. Y., Aug. 8-13. 
Richards. Sisters, Orpneun), St. Paul. Minn., 

Ang. 8-13. 
RMge. Mr. A Mrs. A. T-, Howard, Boston, Aug. 

Rlre ft Prerost, Paradise Roof, H Y. C, Aug. 8- 
Sepl- 3. .»*<. 

Bice Family, Casloo, Uanjptoii Beach, N. H., 
AiK. S-l.'I. 

BiiIiIiIiih. The, Ocean Pier, Atlantic City, Aug. 

Itoltlnxon. Klhel. Bocky Point. It. I.. Aug. 8-13. 

lhccni ft IjiTlne, Bon Ton. Salt Lake City; U.. 
8-13: Lyceum. Ogden, 15-20. 

llmialdus <.•!);• Farm, Toledo, O.. Aug. 8-13. 

RiwIliH. Tlie. BIJou, Norfolk, Va.. Aug. '8-13. 

Itiiclii-fnrl A May. Ontario Beach Park, Char- 
lotte. N. Y., Aug. 8-20. 

lIulihliiH & Trcimniun, C. O. n., Chicago, Aug. 
S-13. 

Itooney. John, Dreamland, Coney Island, N. Y., 
Aug. 8-13. 

Russell, Ida. Casino, Springfield. O.. Aug. 813. 
sTi'' 1 * Dunbar > Lyceum, San Fran., Cal., Aug. 

lluwieli. Phil A Carrie, Doyle's, Atlantic Cily, 

Aug. S-13. 
RuKwll, Mae, Lincoln Park, New Bedford, Mass.. 

Aug. 8-13. 

813 Josci,ulllp ' 1'araOUo Roof, N. Y. C, Aug. 

Sato. o. K., HaiiHn, Hamhure. Ccr., Aug. 20- 

eept. .,o. 
Santos", The, Uurrroatur'H. AUanllc City, N. J., 

Aug. 8-13. i- ■ 

Santoro «c Msrlow. Park. Kukomo, 1ml.. Aug. 8- 

13; Berguitin Park, LogaiiHport, 16-27. 
Sanford Slatfrs. Henderson's, Coney Island, N. 

Y.. Ang. 8-13. • 
Santcll. ftud.v. Spring Lake Urovo, Trenton. N. 

J., Aug; 8-18. 
Saon. Herr. Mlnnlon'B, .St. Louis, Aug. 8-13. 
Matjt Bros., Music Hall, Brighton Beach, Aug. 

"•'•l?"- Mate., and her lions, New York Hoof, N. 
„ Y. c., Aug. S-13. 

Si'nlt. .Mike. Gem, Bealtle, Wiwh.. Aug. 8-13. 
N-vmnur A Dupree, Uanaa. Hamburg. Ger., Aug. 

8-Kept. 3t». • " 

Sliermau & Vc Foreat, O. O. II.. Chicago, Aug. 

*-.'3: Olympic, Chicago. 15-20. 
Shnlnuin'a Dogs. Ertie's Casino, North Beadi, N. 
„, ^ - Aug. 8-13. . • 

bhem llntii. AVenoua Beach, Bay City, Illch., 

Sliernum A Fuller, Lima Farr. Coney laland, N. 
eliaw. M r . j. Mnl- ij,^, p,,^,,, N . y. c ., 

Aug. S-13. • 
Slinnnim A Dlxun, Proctor's, Newark, N. J., 

Aug. S-13. . 

ShawH. Tbo Aorlal, Proctor's 23d St.. N. Y. 0., 

Aug. K.13; ■•roctor'a Blh Ave.. 1S-20. 
Shldiai Broa., Gurernutur's. Atlantic Clly. N. 

t- Aug-. 820. -J .' 

'■'«* l '" rl "' K "«^Vork Buof, N. Y. C. Aug. 

o-lo. .... 

sisjuiuiikl, Mine.. Kellli's. I'hlla.. Aug. 8-13. 
Sni th A Baker. Police Dc l*»m Park. Atlanta, 

"a., Aiwr. H.fA. 
Smith h Fuller, Ingcrsoll Park, Des Molnea, la., 
„ Aug. 8-13. • ■ 

Smiilti iiclnrlcb, Dreamland. Coury Island, N. 
. V. Aug. 8-13. 
Sontera A Wlulc, Tiinihllnjt Dam Park. Bridge- 

ul'io J- ' -""' 8 " 13: 8pr!,,g L " 1 "'' Tren, » d ' 
Soiiw. Mme., Forest Park, KaiiK-aa Clly, Mo.. 

Aug. 8-13. , • - • 

N'tiini. LakeTlcw Park, Torre Haute, Iud., Aug. 

Spaiililliur. r^ke Mlcbisaii Park. Muskegou. Mich., 
Ane.-K.l3; o. O. II., dlleago. -1R-SO. 

N<ragiiP||iw. The. A. A H.. Uoki.mi, Aug. 8-13. 

S|'l*>rll Bin., Forrest Park', Kansas City, Mo., 

_ Aug. U-20, • • 

S|,n,i„,,i, PaBl> p.rjjise noof. N. Y. C, Aug. 
o-13. 

S|«siih»i A Hprson. Lake George. N. Y.. Aug. 8-13. 

■Wja*. Hlg., Luna Park. Coney Islnnil, N. Y., 

<.}?*. 81a ' ' 

Mrongfnrt. Lionel. Casino. Sarannali. Ga., Aug. 

S.I.I; Casino. BlrniliiEhain. Ala., 16-20. 
s rakosch. Mme.. Temnie. Detroit, Aug. 8-13. 
Nowarf. Wlriulfreil. HenderHon's, Coney Island, 

N. Y„ / llg> 8 ., 3 

Slurant A La Vardo, Empire. Ashtabula Harbor. 

O., Aug. 8-13. 
Stuart A Murphy, Edison, Or. Falls, Mont., Aug. 

S-13; Edison, Helena, 14-20. 
Mevena. E. J., Fountain Park. Great Barring- 
„ Ion. .Mass.. Aug. H-13. 
steworta. The Mualcal, Godfroy'i. Grand Rap- 

Ids. Mich.,' Aug. 8-13. 
starks A Jackson: Wcast's, Peoria. III., Aug. 8-13. 
■I. Onge Bros.. Clereland'a. Chicago, Aug. 8-13. 
**. Felix Slaters. Keith's, N. Y. CT, Aug. 8-13. 
St. John A Le Ferre. Rearea' Park. Fostorlk. O., 
„ Aug. 813. 

S r- ,iew - Temple. Detroit, Ang. 8-13. 
MilIlTim A Hiiebncr. G. O. H.. AahUbula. O.. 

Aug. 8-20.' 
Sully. Family. Aroo Park, Yoangstown, 0., Aug. 

Swan A Bamlaird, Forest Park. Kansas City, Ma, 

. Aug. 8-18. 

"wor A Westlirook, Heleni, Ilelena. Mon., Ang. 

!-)lti-sler, Laurens, TiunMIng Dam Park, Bridge- 

, t'w. N. J.. Aug: 8-13. 

:>ylre«ier, l.nulae. Electric I'ark. Balllinore, Ami. 

„ 8-13. 

Sjtuw»ila, l.otnc Weal, Coney Island, Cincinnati, 



-110. 13i L * k " 1 " r l "»' k - Terre Haute. lad., 
8y n^v'' —" r,r ^ 0un "' I *J" uU ' "• T - 4f» 

Trtt.t,'ltoyiaOni|. Clerelnuii'M, «Uraau Ana a.n 
^P^^Wj feS Almal'."rt-wltta.;o.. 

InT laZehutsf^ y, 1 "", '"<"«. Terre 1ta.fr. 
14^1.' *' : • t ^* ,rr 1 ^ ,r »- »-luclnantl. o.. 

V "^!: fil'tJP*"' ' c ™ ,,,0 • ^ Ui Bii,d '' 

Tlilimlua, Jatnrs. KrtlhV, j|. Y. «'. An- K-ia. 
^mfe WR** 0~* f«,k. Pnlta!*A.g. 8- 

^SuPf" h f4& W*'*. N. Y. C.. A115. 
^TSa* Six" Woo, " JrM " ,! l ' urt '' «•■»««•. ». 
^I^An't * .i*ri l, " K ""' ,,rw:, " r '» S-'W St., N. Y. 
71 Aug ft!!? Uu "" uaiota > Atlanllc City, N. J.. 
Toledo A Price, KelUi'a, N. Y. C. Aug 8-13 

VSrav ' w * l fc ? ^* k c *' P«&. 

Tr sTj. * iCrmpnu °' °- «•• Chicago. Aug. 

Tt rill?*P. r . 1 Ang: 8 T 12 n """' B Rm ?"*• ^0,, •• 
Tyler. Oileiie, Shea's. Bon-ata. Aue. 813. 
'5*1 :l ."• Woo,wor,h ' '■« waster. Pa.. Aug. 

Vnlilmga. The, Railway I'ark. SoutuUrldge. Max.... 
.mil:. iviaV , - . ~ • 



8 13; 



Varilaninn. Lyrle. Portland. Ore., Aug. 

Hendricks, Aatorla. 16-20. 
Van Gladys, Bprlngbank Park. I^odan. Can., Aug. 
■ S-'oi A»on Park, • Ynungstiiwu, O.. J.'i20 
\anoa. The, Sewall Point Caalno. Ca[ie May. N. 

J : . Aug. 8-18; OnTeraalora. Atlamlc~Clty. 

• -J - — i - ; . 

^■WSf 1 Mllc ' Southern Park. Pittsburg, Aog. 



^'I'ltRe .Choir, Norumbega Park, Boston, 



Aug. 



O., Aug. J-18; Casino, 
20. 



O. II.. Chicago, Aug. S 13. 
York Itoof. S. Y. C Aug. 



Villain A Lee, Dreamland, Coney Island. N. Y.. 

Aug. 8-13. 
Vinton A Clayton, Rock Springs. E. I.iterpoo;. 
WheeflLg, w. Va., 13- 

Von Gofre A Cotrely. Unique, San Jose, Cal., Aug. 

Vrooman, Dick. Dreamland, Coney Island, N. Y-, 

Aug. * 8-13. 
Waldorf A Mendei. Sana Soucl. Clilcago. Aag. 

8-13; Cheater Park. Cincinnati. U-Jo. 
Wala. Al.. Paradise Boot N. Y. C. Aug. 8-1.1 
Walsh. Frank A Mattie. Park, l*jlngton. Ham.. 

Aug. 8-13. 
Walsh-Melrose Trio, Kellli's, Phlla.. Ang. 8-1.".. 
Wnliera. Jas. B.. Ocean Pier. Sea Isle Clly. N. 

J-. Aug. 8-13; GUTernator'a. Allautlc City. 

l.t-20. 
Wayne A La Mar. C. 
Waylairn'a Girls, New 

K-13. 
Warrington. Fml. Temple. Detroit, Aug. S-13. 
Waldnrf A Mendet, Sans Bond, Clilcago. Aug. 

Wagner Sisters. GuTematur'a. Atlanllc t'ltv. K. 

J.. Aug. S-13. 
Warner, Jack. Southern Park, Pittsburg, Aug. 

8-13. 
Wataun A Barren, Atlantic Garden, X. Y. C. 

Aug. 8-13. 
Way A Ameer Beauties. Henderson's, Coney Isl- 
and. N. Y„ Aug. &-13. 
Weatoua i3l. Casino. Toledo. 0-, Atuj. 8-13. 
Wearer ■ I-aiubcrt, Crystal Park, St. Joseph, 

Mo.. Aug. 8-13. . """« 

Wells A Arthur. Dreamland. Coney Island, X. Y., 

Aug. S-13. 
Weston ft KayniuiKl. Weuoiia Beach. Hay City, 

Midi.. Aug. 8-13. 
WeeslKm, Wynue. Farm. Toledo, 0-, Aug. 8-13. 
Welt tell. Jainri. Tumbllug Ruu I'ark. PattsTllle. 

Pa.. Aug. 8-1.1. 
West. Lotta, Coney Island, Clucluaall. Aug. 

8-13. 
Webbs (4), Lakeside park, Akrou. O.. Aug. 8-13; 

Celeron. Jumeatuwu. X. Y., Aug. 15-20. 
Webbs. Capl.. Seals A Sea Llous, Sobmer I'ark, 

Montreal, fun.. Ang. 8-13. 
Welch, J. A C, Olcott Beaeh. N. Y.. Aug. 8-13. 
White. VaI. B.. A Holla. Doylea, Atlantic City, 

N. J., Aug. 8-13. 
Whnli-u A Searlc, Proctor's 23d St., N. Y. C, 

Aug. 8-13. 
While ft Slmuwus. Slrcplcvliuso Pier. Allantlc 

City, X. J.. Aug. 8-13; Young's Pier, Atlantic 

Clly, 15-Scjd. 3. 
Wliltelow, Arthur. Keith's, i'hlla.. Aug. 8-13. 
Wilsons, Tlte, Guvcrnator's. Atlantic City, N. J., 

Ang. S-13. 
Wills A Hassan, Kast End Park. Memplils, Tcnii., 

Ane. 8-13. 
Williams. V. ft Ida. Howard, Uoslnn. Aug. 1.', 2il. 
Wilson. Dc Munrllli', Coluiulda, St. laails, Aug. 

H-13. 
Wlllanl llros.. Keith's. N. V. f.. Aug. 813. 
WllllMtns & Mclburn, M'nirne Park. Tonaito, Aug. 

8 13. 
Wlnten.. Winona. O. O. II.. tlileago. Aug. s I.".. 
Wtllagrees. The, Monies' I'ark, Tvmuto. Uin., 

AUg. S13. 
Wlllv. Norma. Casino. Rocky l'oiul, It. I., Aug. 

• S-13. 
Wlls'iu A Darls, Proctor's 23d St.. K. Y. C, Aug. 

813. 
Willluois, "Chluese" Julinuy, New York Itoof. N. 

■ t. C. Aug. 8-18. 
Wlllanl, Great, Meiuplil, Mi'mpbis, Tenn.. An;,. 

' 8-13 

Wowl, rr.nn-ls. Iluwanl, lliislmi. Aug. 8-13. 

Woml, Jessie, Empire, Ashtabula llarhor, o., 

Aug. 8-Kr. 
Wolf A Wilson, tileiidalc Park, Nnsbrllle, Tenn., 

Aug. 8-13. 
Worth. Jesse, Weasl's, Peoria. III., Aug. 8-13. 
Wolf A Milton, Procter's, Newark, N. J., Aug. 
- 8-13 
Wood. Milt A Maude, Spring Urovo Park, Spring- 

beld, O., Aug. 8-13. 
Woodward, U. P., Junction Park, Bearer Fulls, 

■ Pa., Aug. 8-13. 

Wood Bros.. Hanlon's. Point. Toronto. Aug. 8 13, 
Wood A Berry, Proctor's, Newark, N. J.. Aug. 

■ 8-13. 

Wyuu ft llsrt, Auditorium, Charlotte, N. Y., 
' Aug. 8-2<V 

Wyley ft Wylson. Crllerliai Pork, Tnaipa, Ha., 
j Aug. 8-Hept. ft. 
Wygand A Del Mont, lllrshman s Caalno, Canar- 

• sic. N. Y.. Aug. 8-13. 

Yorke A Adams, Clcreliind s. Cblragn, Aug. RI3. 
Yorke-Herbert Trio, I'lcaauro Bench, Brhlseport, 
T Conn.. Aug. H-13. 

Youngs A Brooks, ltanioua, Grand lluplils. Mich., 
' Aug. S-13. 
Yoder. Gurenialor's, Allantlc Clly. N. J.. Aug. 

Zanies. The, Luna Park. Coney Island, N. Y„ 

Ang. 8-20. 
Zand A Vernon. Sans Sonel. Chicago. Aug. 8-1.'.. 
Zurmw Trio. Temple. Hetnill, • Aug. K-13. 
Zasku ft King, Hnuiml. Boston. Aug. 8-13. 
ZsraiMM, The, Electric I'ark, Baltimore, Ang. 8- 

F.lnimer. New York Iws.f. N. Y. C. Aug. 8-13. 

r.lninirnuaii. Willy. Paradlae Roof, N. Y. U, Aug. 

' K-13. 

SSIiiilwrnun. Al. A Pearl. Green Frost. Deadwood. 

' «. D.; Aug. 8-31. 

Zlska A King. Ilowapl. Huston. Aug. 8-13. 

topllors (2), Electric Psrk, Baltimore. Aug. 8-13. 



fc 



. — routes from the Mattuer-Hchultz atock 
Co. : Manager Clayton hax Juat returned 
from St. Loula, where he cloned contractu to 

!ia»e the Blatruer-Bcholtx Co.' open an ex- 
ecutive engagement In January. The com- 
any la booked solid througb the Houth nnd 
fill open Sept. .*, numbering twenty-two 
iitonle. Including a ladles' band and orches- 
tra. We have H|ieclal paper for each pro- 
duction, which Include "Monte Crlsto." 
"Kauai." "The Moonshiner's Daughter.' 
"Uralna ra. Money." "Kip Van Wloklo." 
"Article 47." "Quo Vnills." "The Fireman s 
Wurd." "Brother Agalnat Brother." 

— Turner W. tlregg baa elosetl with 
WiMiO'a IHsduIcji Players and Is Bow at the 

f Standard Thentre, Fort Worth. Teg., Icnd- 
ng lltn iirrneatra. 

TW1ITI H0DI8 TO 

' Tlie train «ii the .%>«r 1 .»rU I eutrol 
nnd latkr Shore, iiinkliiac <*e UNO 
'miles Litiiei'ii Aa-tv \ urU anal I'lil- 

CIIU" lln I I <■ III lUfUl) ln.lirs. I- mi- 

■ >rf>|ir»Ml<-l> ' iiumeil The '('« e»(leiU 

I en tnrj l.liuiU'il. — 4 dr. 



V«TX» fBOXt TUB Ql'ISI.AS L WALL II I N- 

fTAkx HSAtxiriitMs \\> «r|ii' 'jBrwnr 
Ihird aygaon eativ Id Seiiiember. Vt. Ijuln- 



Notkh, ritoM T." ,W. I' 



iiskiss' UioriAxs 

Ulir itaaun at tha 




enrned a very enviable reputation during; 
■Ja two yearn career, anil evervlhlng that 
njooey ra* buy and uisir ran ui-romiiiigb 
w| . 3 ' be t u *"'«l in keening Uu- iM-rrdrmaBrc 
frighi, bKi-xy and afrlitly nhreaai <if the 
Jifis^'n * J ? ,ltf "•?«»»««•» a J'omig .SoutJiern 
l?S?."* n ' ,IBK m" 1 fe-aiigagcil. .miking tus 
IMrd season, wilt tie company. A' recent 
engagemeni la Ihnt at Nal tiill. venlrlloqulst. 
J.ntlrely new costume* mid immntluga nre 
being prepared for the conilug seiisun. ami 
will be on the scale of magnlltcence for which 
the tjulnlan A Wall Imperial Mlnatrela per 
forroances arr; noted. Arrangements nrt 
wing completed for building a seventy live 
foot sleeping and dining car for the torn- 
pany to use during Ita tour, which will bo 
equipped with every accommodation and In- 
novation procurable to Insure comfort and 
H« "».l ease for the membera. The tour 
win Include marly * the large cllles In tha 
united States and Canada. Electrical ef- 
fects of a novel and original character wlii 
predominate In Mr. Qulnian's new lirat part 
production, which he drmly believes will ex- 
cel any of lils former productions. 

the Musical Houaxds announce that 
tbey will introduce a big Kurnpenn uovclty 
in tlielr net next season. 

Uawlm aso Von Kui'imv write : "We arc 
meet ng with success over the Tony Lubel- 
akl circuit with our sketch, 'Mush.' The art 
proved such n drawing card ot the Palm Thea- 
tre, Cripple Creek. Colo., that Manager Al- 
jihln secured our services for another week " 

■Hints Uonnwix has been taking a few 
w-ec-ks vacntlon nt her home In Nashville, and 
visiting relatives In the country. While In 
.Nashville she purchased a lot In the West Knd, 
nnd Is building her mother a Summer home. 
EL |pft - An «- x for 8t - l- "' 8 - "hew "he Is 
booked for a long engagement at the Paris 
ilieatre. rrnm there she will play over the 
Western Lang circuit and along the Pacific 
coast. She reports making n decided success 
with her new Indian songs. 

Vkiink axi> DtinA Pnti.PH. formerly of the 
I helps Cnllenblnc Trio, have signed with the 
Ilnrrls-l'arklnsou Co., aa a vaudeville feature. 
Inc trio have lllled all their bookings for thin 
hummer, nnd report decided mircean In the 
South with their novelty Jungle act. 

MUMS AmiKV has apent an enjoyable va- 
cation In St.'lamls and the Bast, nnd returns 
to the Pnlrlr const to resume her work. 

AirTiirii p. J.irK.N(.s is In his iwelflb week 
with the Byron Spoun Co., nnd reiwrts suc- 
cess wllh his high class songs. 

Ml'iiPiiy a.iu Akobbwh write: "We tnudc 
one of the biggest successes ever mude by'ii 
vnudevllle act at Proctor's One Hundred and 
lwenrj-nfth Street Theatre, week of July 2.". 
t liking three encores and curtain calls at every 
lierfoimnnce."' 

ilAiirriH ami Mkiii» closed at (iuverna fur's. 
Atlantic City. X. J., July 30, and opened nt 
the t.arrlck Theatre, Atlantic City, week of 

The Kmpibe Cosieiiv Koik. Measra. Kvans. ' 
Cunningham. Jenny and Itoland. write: "We 
are now on fbe Orpheum circuit, having 
opened Sunday. July 24. nt San Francisco 
we were placed seventh on the bill, following 
nn operatic trio, and scored an Instantaneous 
success. We atay at the Orpheum three 
weeks. Upon our arrival In 'Frisco we were 
riiet by Billy Itoche. the referee of the Haa 
rrnnciscn A. t\, and Tim Moiirnih, manager 
or Jack Miinroe, and were tendered a bannuet 
ill the residence of Mr. McUrath. Among the 
rtiHiiy present were Jnck Munroe and ftlillc 
Ilanlon. Jock Munroe presented Sir. Jenny 
wllh a solid allver match safe." 

Pai.laiiihj has completed nn entirely new 
net and | H now playing Hie Keltb circuit 
Willi success. 

KnWAUli Duvi.k. Juggler, tins lliilxhed his 
engiigeiuent al Madison Hipiure Itimf Garden. 
New inrk Clly. and la iirodiielng his new act 
with rniccos nn the Melville park clrciill. 
hddle M. Kmerson. Juggling iMmedlaii, has 
been Inken lu by Sir. Doyle as imrtnr-r In the 
new iii-t, nnd the llrm niinie will beresfier Isi 
Mlwnnl lhiyle mid Knirrsoii. The act la 
Issiked up solid. Im-liidlDg an curly date nl 
Tony I'ustoi-'s. 

Bui.'KHiiiii a.m> Wkst. kaotvn uk "TJuMIIrl:; 
In Ued." linn- signed with T. W. Ulnklns' 
Innocent Maids Co. for the i-omluic aeiimm. 
They write that tlie.v him- spsred no expensn 
lo make this one of Hie almogest slater arts. 
They arc having a new art written bv'Jark 
Mrlslane. of Sew York, und their wiinlrola: 
will be very elaborate. Bolh piny prominent 
roles with the roropanv. 

AL. fj. I-'iklp nrrivrd borne Inal week from 
SI. I^uils. where he made n abort visit. Tim 
Al. (i. Field Grea.|er MlilHlrels liegari rehcar- 
HJH for their twentieth annual tour at llin 
tJrent Southern Theatre. Columbus. O., July 
23. Consldrable cnthualasm Is being shown 
by I be members of the company. "While 
Old Glory. Waves." a spectacle In the nature 
of a military review, Is being rehearsed under 
the Immediate supervision of Capt. Wheeler 

r'lko. who Is known as commander of (lie 
llndln Patrol. 

Thb Ahkrns. Wm. and Agnes, unveil v iun>- 
bats. write: "We have Just finished one of nur 
most successful weeks nt Chester Park, I'lm-ln- 
nail, our act being n prominent fcalitre of the 
vaudeville bill. We were Aug. I U In Cleveland, 
O., and leave Aug. 7 with I lie Frank Spellmau 
Attnicllons, being booked vfllli him until Nov. 

Al« CJIRIHTAI. opene<l July 31 on I lie Cry* 
Inl circuit, playing Crystal I'srk. Nl. Joseph, 
Mo., lust week. lie will go Wi-hI for MnvMi- 
leea weeks after Ibe SI. Joseph eugagemenl. 
Scott ami JiiIinmi.n opened on the Alf. 
Wilton circuit of junks through the New 
Kngland Stntes July 1H, uud are now In their 
foiirlli siicceKsful week doing their Hinging, 
dunelng nnd aerahatlc ml. ' 
■ Tue iiRiuiN.w. 'Ciirek St. 1'ki.ix siaTtus, 
Clementina, Henrietta and Charlotte, make. 
I heir reappearance In vaudeville, after an ab- 
sence of eight years, at KcIHi'h Theatre. New 
York, during week of Aug. 8. They will pre- 
sent mi enflrely new Hit. entitled "Mm. Slur- 
Shy and the Kids." Clementina appearing as 
lis. Murphy, uud Charlotte una H,enrletlu 
appearing as typical New York newsboys. 
tor the past several seasons, since their re- 
turn from P.uronr. they have been featured 
lu dramatic prod _;-t Ions. 

Kv.\ TiiA-iriiK.:. lifter Dvc years' abseneo lu 
the West on Hie Whlclils. lirnuman, l'Mlaon 
and I.ubelskl circuits, la at her home in Den- 
nlsnrj. O.. where She will renin In until the 
middle of September. 

Anti.t: pravis* O r \m dosed her tenth and 
Inst week playing parks through Pennsylva- 
nia and .New York States, on Aug. U, at 
Itbnca. On Aug. 8 she starts one week's rtr- 
henrsnl. previous to opening a forty-two 
weeks' engagement under the management of 
lliirtlg & Heauino. 

IJi'VEY Is now pliiyltlg with the /lg ^ag 
Camlvnl at tipukane. Wash., and reports 
great sucret's with his slack wire act and 
aerial work. He experts to start East In No- 
vointxT. bavlug some good work booked. 

II.tllRV W/sibTIl'IBPK AM) MR. WlL'KtLL 

have takao the mnnageuieut of the Hummer 
resort, llrouson Park, Painted I'oal. N. Y.. 
for the rest of the season, booking only high 
Has* vaudeville. Tbey report -playing to tun 
enparlty of the bouse every evening. 

ItEiifiiitu and Wi.vcuiiKjER write : "This la 
our ninth week on Ibe Onrmnh circuit, and 
we or.- 'milking the biggest klud of u siieii-sx 
with our new act." 

Jusi.i'ii II. Hinsi, I. ,ii I -. i, eugagetl to 
nniiiiig'e Uu- liny Mutapiernih-rH for the Oaar 
lug seiison. Ills Cay Pilrce tV Is well 
booked up. 



Monnmrflfal Theatre, Baltlraurc, ltonday, 
Aug. 1, In d packed house, In Iho face of op- 
(ittMtve bent, ajodLinired t positive success. 
He liniil press were inoat flat lerlng Is thnlr 
aaSophl of. the performRncf, and eapechtlly 
idniliMXl ihn eo-iuuirs and scenery as lielng 
IBs. Ia?>i ever seen op n llnltlmnrp atagc. The 
performance I* given in Manager Hlhklns' 
iisUrfl slyfi-. vl/.. lu llirre seiMona. Klrsj, 
,l siieiOiii-.il, ir skn. rrplele with prclly girls 
nnd pleasing snugs und dunces. Then comes 
tlie vnuilcvlli -• contlngtnl. ini'liidlug valmure 
nnd llnrlofi. sinkers and dnnccrn: Mlhlrcil 
Stoller. cunirtllentie : Kniln nnd l>»re, musi- 
cal comedians; Madden. Jess and company, 
lu a near sketch,' and the Huston Comedy 
Knur after widen cullies Hie third section — 
a burlesque- depleting I In- modern bucket 
shop methods and Introducing the entire 
strength of the company. The costumes, which 
nre handsome, were mnde nfler designs by 
Will It. Barnes and are particularly elabo- 
rate. One of the featurca of the performance 
Is a finale, entitled "The Congress nf nil Na- 
tions," rach girl representing a different na- 
tion, which has created any amount of favor- 
able criticism aa being one of the most novel 
and handsomely staged effects ever seen on 
tue stage. Last season the Utopians held fhe 
tuinner for being one of the heat shows In the 
wheel, but this seaaon Manager Dlnklna has 
outdone himself, nod it Is safe to say that 
r.mong all the bnrlenpie shows of the coming 
season the Ctoplans will be la the front 
rank. 

Fhank Hates ami wiik (Itessle R Clurkcl 
have been enjoying a four weeks' vacation 
•it Hunter's Hot Springs, Slant. Sir. dales 
has had the management of the Topic The- 
atre. Hillings, Mont., for the past two years. 

Wai.thr lkvi.na and Eae Arlington are 
on the Itudy Heller circuit of parka, doing 
their novelty net, "An Unexpected Visitor. 
In their new act they Introduce singing and 
dancing. Walter I^vlna'a tramp, magic act 
and Miss Arlington's piano specialties. They 
state that they have not lost a week since 
the new team Joined hands. 

Ulorine has returned from a two months' 
visit In California, snd Is now at the World's 
Fair. She will open her vaudeville season 
Ai:g. 21. 

PaviP A.xn f amur BsiNKLEr report a suc- 
cessful season working through Caundn, Penn- 
sylvania and New York. They have Just 
finished elgbt weeks In parka, and will open 
their Fnll season nt the Howard, Boston, Aug. 
8. with n return date at Austin A Stone's, 
and other good work to follow, 

llAimv I'liDAiMox. 'The Slayor of the Bow- 
ery." i-eporls a decided success at Klertrie 
I'nrk. Newark, N. J., week of Aug. t. He hns 
ISobhs' Casino, North Beach, U I.. N. Y., to 
f.ipiiw. U't tttn weeks. 

YYir.TNiK and West ami Hattir North 
were at Doyle's, Atlantic City. Inst week, with 
the Lyceum, Philadelphia, to follow. 

Tiik New London, Conn., Opera House will 
open the season Aug. 10. with Joe Oppcii- 
helmer's Fay Foster Burlesque Co. CM 
tirnr-t's Mormon Queens, T. w. Ulnklns' In- 
nocent Maids, and Wm. Iiversole'a Sam Jack 
Co. will follow lu ipilck succession In Sep- 
tember. Mnnager James P. Nrllan reports 
that business Is line In New London, nnd 
iiros|H>rta are good for his fifth season In bur- 
less | ue. 

ItowAiui and Marrni> write: "We opened 
nl Ontario Bench July 25. for two weeks, and 
did well. I.lttle Baby Norma enjoyed the 
breeze from the lake vary much. Wo met 
Sic unil Mrs, Larry Conner*, and tliev made 
Mr. Howard a present of a beautiful Stetson 
fell hat " 

I'jsii. La Tumka played a successful engage- 
ment at the Crnnd Theatre, llcno, Xev„ week 
of July 2.". followed by a week St the lion Ton 
Theatre. Salt IJike Clly, Utah. 

Burt SIaiuon axu' Sadie Dhanm write : "Wo 
roiillnue to hold flic opinion that Tun Ci.fp- 
i'i:R Is the la-st theatrical advertising medium. 
We are still In the Jungles of prosirerlly, up 
In Ihe wilds of Pennsylvania, searching for 
sulphur illiiiiioiidH unil gut boring In Ihe uailiil 
change from the dusky coiil dlggera." 

ttm IIWrTIIKIIH IIK.MUM'K Willi-: "We 
headed Ihe bill St l.lcelrle Theulre, Wilier- 
loo. In., und innile one of I lie biggest Hlie- 
cosses made I here Oil* season, la-lng re-en- 
gaged for mi early dale. We u|M'n on Ihe 
Tolly I.ubelskl circuit Me,,, III." 

Jiiniim AM, Ki'Ttiin play Krle. I"a., tills 

Week. Willi HllfTlllo. \ Y.. Ill follow. 

The Hi hues Miku-ai. Trio, after a live 
weeks' rRmtlun Nl their home III Welniler, 
Mass., npennl llw-lr riegulnr season Aug. I, 
ill Ihe iirplieiini Thenfre, Snn Fruurlsio, with 
nn entirely new ael. They are booked ill 
vaudeville for the seaaon. 
• Fiikh Hewitt, of the Two Ifewltiu, nud 
A. T. Wright will put out n carnival com- 
pany, opening the season at Coney Island, 
Cincinnati. Aug. IP. They will furnish nil 
Ihb attractions fur Ihs great Fall Festival. 
Following Hie Cincinnati dale Ihey will 
make a lung tour South with lea allows and 
free acta. 

Caitwkll ura Hashix wrllr Hint tbey 
have i-Miiceleil llielr i-oiilrui'l Willi SI. II, 
Hiiyiiiond unil will liegln a forty weeks' ni- 
gagement In vaudeville,- under the exclusive 
uianngenient of Win. Morris. Beginning 
Sept. IS, nt Newport, It. I., they will piny 
leading vaudeville houses. 

■Miss NofiTON and I'aii, .Nicholson did 
a trial performiiBce of llielr act Hi Ibe Chi- 
cago Ois'tti House, for 1 lie? managers of thn 
Western Ryndlrate. and msita siirh nn ex- 

eellelli linpressloll thill L'lev llllllllnrd I lie elr- 

ciiIIh conlrolleil by Messrs. Kohl A t'lislle, 
Anderson, and Hopkins A Heck. Hiiateru 
iiiikiingrm, will have mi onporlunllv to see 
tills act ut Ihe Brighton Beach Music Hall 
Aug. 1.',, gnd nl Tony Paslor's Aug. 22. 

Ida Fi.'LLKii writes rrnm Purls. Fr.. un- 
der dale of July 27, us follows : "I am meet- 
ing with continued Miirrrss here ut Ihe Mu- 
rlgny Tlientrc. In my new number, 'l,a Hor- 
rtrftv' I n|rened st the Sfurlgny May .0, 
for three nuinllis. mid huvn jusi urriingca 
ii piolnngallun which extends lo thn inlilille 
of September, when the flieuln- closes its 
Slimmer seRHon."' - 

J. BKas'ARii Iivi.i.vn will commence rehear- 
sabs Keiil. 12, la Vew York, with lleo. It Co- 
lino's ''Utile Johnny Jones." after ho piny* 
n week at Hie Auditorium, Philadelphia, Sept. 
5-10. 

I!eori;h Wkiiner wrlles: "I went over 
lite New TJiiglnnd parks as inuslciil director 

With iloiiin's Opel-,1 Co. I go liver IbC Hllllll! 

clteiill now with Hie farce comedy. 'Biff, 
ItiilT. Buir.' playing l his week In Piiluuiii, 
Conn., with Alliol, .Muss., to follow." 

I, A Petite Clahvh Wii.kinkov, eonlorlloii- 
1st. hns Just Mulshed u siicccssf.il season, and 
will reniaUi In Wasblnglou, D. ('., lo attend 
school this. Winter, after which she wl)l lie 
known as Bonnie ulndys. 

Dickie IT6 ward Informs us I hut she gave 
s Utile supper to some of her profealonal 
friends July 23, at her home In Ismdvllle 
Col. Among Ihose present were: The Three 
Deloys, George Biirch. John MrCunocble, and 
Muster Kaymond Williams. 

SIori'uet and Htevenhon Ikivc lieen filling 
Cliaiitaiuiiia dates through Texas and. the 
Western ritales. 

Wvjiah* anu Hast Inform us that llicy have 
played every concert hall lu Buffalo, making 
eight weeks In all, and are re-engaged for 
four more wicks ut Mullen's Concert Hall. 
They open uu the Bean circuit Sept. 12, open- 
ing at Walker's, Museum, Boston. 

I. H. Uptth. agent of John W. Vogel'a Big 
ilty Mlnatrels, writes: "Madison Johnson, u 
giant, eighteen years old. will travel In .id- 
vame or John W. Viigrl's Big trlty Atln- 
slrels, wearing n sign ,,» his look unil lireasl. 
He Is v»lil lit be lln- lalleal Hum In America. " 

llow-iau vvn Al.To.v rw-eally i-Iom-i! ii lire 
luolillis' I'ligageiiieni nl ibe Slniidaril Tlieiilte, 
Fort Worlli. Tex.. HMd ilu-n lefl for Si, Uiuls. 
.Mp., lo v.lsll the. World's fair, ■ - . ■ 



, J.OHN II. Wii.i.a announces, that bo - Is 
still uiunngf!!' ut li'uii Pier Theatre, Cape 
l|»y, N J., and has breh for the past two 
tears. Charles llolatmi Is stage aiaiiugvr. 
Uusjpess pintlnns* rtcellent. 

CnvsTAi. Madrmne, ihe ten-year-'jld 
daughter of lllllv l'oar) (of Marlon e< I'vsrll. 
snd (Ua lumper Carlisle, received from IXi 
Wolf Conii'dliius a gold wnteli, presented for 
being the must impMlar and prettiest girl 
ill Ashley, l'a„ she receiving il.TrrJ votes, a 
iiiiijnrlty of TillU over other rontrstnnta. 

I'liANKlis A. Hiiiiiikh, snug Illustrator. 
n|H>ued at I'aslno Park Theatre. Ontario 
Bench, t'lmrlotte, N. Y., Aug. 7, (or two 
wi'i'ks. 

OumiRTII and TViyi.e, who recently closed 
two successful week-s ul.Olenduic Park Nnsh- 
vllle, Tenn., have oilier imrks to follow. 

Grave Cuii.m;rb, who uses a Utile dog In 
her act, reports mealing wllh •uucexs every- 
where. At present ahn Is at .Milwaukee, 
wliero she wilt remain unlll (uu opening of 
her regular seasou. 

leant) Irwin's companies fur Ibe cowing 
season will be greatly augmented by an au- 
dition of thlrty-inrcc. performers, mostly wo- 
men, who arrived from Kurope tbg» week. 
Tbey will produce a number of big acts. 

W.u.i.fr 4Kb MAdlt.t, were fea(uc>Hl at 
Manilla. Urove, Tatnaqun, Pn„ week of Aug. 
1. and owing to thrlr big success, were re- 
engaged for a second week. 

FuASKlis Baii.kv. formerly of I he Weber 
& Fields company, Is lo go Into vnudevllle. 
She will make her debut nl Proelor's Twen- 
ty-third Street Theatre. New York. Sept. 
12, In a sketch, entitled "Sly lady's Pic- 
ture." She will have the assistance of 
Cert rude Moyer. who nlao was n member of 
the Weber & Fields chorus. 

Kkteli.k WomiKvrK. well known In vaude- 
ville, has entirely recovered her health and 
writes that she will play all dates contracted 
for. 

Walter C. Jsmm wrlles Hint after one 
year's continuous work on the I'nelflu const 
lie hns doubled with Ilarry Hurtle! 1. formerly 
of Burdell nnd /.arelll, and will return Knst 
by way of the Novelty circuit, through Col- 
orado, l.nte In the Fall they contemplate 
rnnklng a frlp to Australia nnd Houth Africa, 

l'K.Mii. InviNO has Joined thn Watson Cosy 
Corner Stock Co., Brooklyn, N. Y-, for the 
seuson. 

TitR Tiirrb Barnkyr wrlle : "Wo opened 
on the (lutdsmlth circuit Aug. 1 and sru 
closing the show. The act Is fluing big. Baby 
Kill el la iii.i king a decided success. 

Miis. Li/Kir IHnsiiaw, who wns known 
formerly as I.izxln hmlth, Is appearing In 
Hose Cnghlan'H support and Is now playing 
the llrpneniii circuit. 

Tin: wiiKRKAnot'TS of Jon Howard, whoso 
name In private life Is James Morrison, are 
desired by Mary Morrison, No. II Jackson St., 
Chariest own, Mass.' Sllss Morrison writes: 
"Ills mother la very low, and any Informa- 
tion would he a great relief. He wns Inst 
beard from nt tho Iluwanl, In Boston, three 
years ago." 

MnnillH AND SIontrosk, who recently 
closed on Southern circuit at Ihe (Hernial.' 
Park Casino, Nashville, Tenn., will at once 
return Kast. 

Xotkh from ttclkart & Weber's Big Vaude- 
ville Co. — We are still packing them In to Ihn 
doors, and In the Inst town had In alt them 
on the stage. The company consists of: May 
Hraee, the Kussnlls, Klctmrd Boln. Hurry Hals- 
linry, William Weber, and tho Musical Uelk- 
nrts. 

Tiik tat Moinen played Shea's Harden 
Theatre, Buffalo, recently, and hnvii been eit- 
gnged over Mr. Shea's entire circuit. Last 
week they played Hohmer Park, Montreal, 
Can., with Kingston, Mr. La Slolne's old 
home, lo follow. 

Tt'lsm Camrron, formerly of I.a Vlne- 
Cnineron Trio, oiieneil at the Blnrney Caatln 
Tlientre. at the World's Fair, St. Louis, nnd 
after the llrst performance wns engaged for 
the remainder nf season, which ends Dec. 1. 
Ills single specialty proves a hlg success. 

Ai.i.kn and Ohlmain met wllh such flail er- 
Ing success on the Melville circuit of parks 
Ihul Ihey were rc-cngagrd for the remainder 
of Ihn season, i.nst week Ihey were at Ol- 
cott e Beach: llils week at Athletic Park. 
Murrain ; next week, Central Park, Dunkirk, 
wllh Mrle. Butler, New Castlo und other 
places In follow. 

A Mtstiimai was lsirn to Mr. nnd Mrs. 
Francis Plerlot (Helen Carrall on Wednes- 
day. July 27. 

Jack Brown and Lillian Wriuiit report 
greiil sncresH on Melville circuit of parks, 
und tli".v have good laajkltigs for this season. 

Will ll b'ox Mills, Aug. lu, for Kurope. 
He will roiuiiln abroad for several years, 
Is-lng Isiiiked until May, Jiioti. During his 
slay he has Invested In a residence 'at Bethel, 
l.'opn, 

II.Hti'iii nr ami Kani; have signed wllh thn 
Allien Taylor Stock Co, for u season nf foriy- 
llve weeks, ruinineiii'lug Aug. 15. They have 
ciiucelcd sixteen weeks of vaudeville bookings. 

Matt Kknnkdy und his wife. Ilnzcl llar- 
ri'tl, have signed wllh Stair & llnvlln's pro- 
iliicllon of "Flo-Flo," slurring. Hlelln Mnylifw. 
Sir. Kennedy will piny Ihn principal coun-dy. 
He writes that he und his wlfn havn secured 
a release ' front Harry Bryant's Show. 

Mich. Frank Koi.-ii. wife of ihn proprlnlor 
of the Sea Iliee/o Park Pavilion Thunlre, 
liondeiptiill, N. Y. died July 27, nt that 
(own, She Is survived by her husband ami 
three ehlldruii. 

W. S. CkttI, uiuiuiger of tlin Novelty (.'nop 
oily Four, wllh Win. "Josh" Daly's Minstrels, 
writes: "f mini III TlIK CLIITKR that it 
Novelly Coiuedy Four was working ut Doyle's, 
In Atlantic Clly, uud I wish lo suy tluit ours 
Is Hie original Novelty Comedy Four. Wo 
worked under tho nnmo of Novelty Comedy 
Four with Bcoiidliiii'si A Curries production, 
'The Mao from Sweden,' season of 1(Ml2-IH(lll, 
nnd In Hie Summer of 1IMHI wn worked with 
Bryaut k Ssvllle's Mlusliels; lust Winter wn 
played dates nnd are now wllh 'Josh' Daly's 
.Minstrels. Wn have) signed fur the coining 
season with Billy V. Van's Musical Comedy 
Co." 

Davrv and MvKtiKoN report that they have 
Just closed a successful year and a hull's eu- 
gugeineat I h rough Sinn tuna. They opened 
Aug, 1 at Halt Lake Clly, with Ogdcu und 
Ihe. Crystal circuit to follow. They state 
Hist their new act, entitled. "A Touch of Na- 
ture,"- written by Mr. Uavoy, has been a tre- 
mendous sun-ess wherever presented. 

il.uivnr PAHKEiiiind Ills wife. Sludge Muyu. 
of the Mn Vit Slaters, will spend the month of 
August nt Atlantic City. Addle Knnpii, who 
has been their guest at their homo In Worces- 
tor, Mass., during her vacation, has returned 

10 New York, 

IIaiimy lag Clair J-.us relumed nfler n four 
weeks' vacation ut Atlanllc Clly, ,V. J., lo 
nliiy this '.vrek-nt Krestsxly Park, Newport, 

11 f. He v/lll coiiimi'iice relieiirsiils Aug. \'i, 
-with "The Beauty and Ibe Beast" Co. 

Herbert Hwirr, the minstrel, wrlles ; 
"This season 1 am principal end wllh 
liaveriv's siinsfi-els. While playing l'uls- 
hurg, week of Aug. 1, nfler singing my end 
Ihe closing night, 1 was called lo the fisnt- 
iights and presented by friends of Pitts- 
burg with « linndsouie walking cane. A 
supper who given after the is'lfoiiunnti:. 
The company left at three o'clock Sunday 
morning far llohoken. N. J." 

Charles (l. coivi.eh has bad ii sketch 
tvrlllen for him by Howard I*. Taylor, en- 
titled "Jonathan's Courtship." whfeji la u 
rural i-omeUy couci'Ptlon. giving. Sir, Cowles 
oii|siriiinltles In his most aiiecessfui line or 
eliurncter work. Sir. « uwles anil Ids wife 
Imrniliv. Alden, will present tho sketch lu 
vaudeville. 

Moiiins and IMLV luire eoiiiplefeil engnge- 
nieiits al Tony Paslor's, Prisdor's Twenly- 
Iblril SI reel, siiiiiiiill Piirk, I 'lieu, !*. Y., and 
are lids week at Avon iSirk. Yoiingsiown, O. 
They have signed wllh Joe W. Spear's "Irish 
• 1'itwnbrokers" Co, for Ihe coming season. 




THE NEW YORK -CLIPPER^ 



August 13. 



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MANY "PEACHES" AHOHO THIS LOT TO SELECT FROM t 

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*H«s ■ong; for So«Jk>r«-fct»». 
. Air.»dy Imitated. THai* toll- *!%•> S*o 
Th« boast Maroh Ser>K written in y • 

D.norlptlve Ballad. Now Being II lu.tratod. 

Prtftisloiuli. 




ry. "UNOUB *if>yfY' a 
•WAY DOWN «A»T. -» 



LEO FEIST, TgirSSS- gj flfl ^^g Ml "" 



EASTERN BBAHCH, 

»tli. St., 



En. KCRKrrn writes from Schenectady. N. 
i'., 'under date of Auk. 4: "The Dobbin* 
Mummer Theatre, of tills place, owned by 
Wm. K. Dobbins. «-ulla|i*ed l.odny, at 11.. TO 
a. m.j burying performers' trunk* and dress- 
ing room* lu the ruins. All wardrobe wb» de- 
Htroyed, bill no lives were lout. Tbn people 
nn ibe bill for Hie week wore: Gardner and 
Goodwin, Richard Raven, Bilk* anil Dilks. 
who were heavy loser*, ns nil their musical 
Instruments were In tbe dressing room* ; Mis* 



Tub SPECIAL pr.ATt.'ues at the Dominion 
Exhibition, at Wlnn'peg, Man., have In the 
majority of Instance* done good bnslnes*. 
(.'of. Mnndlc's Show* especially did well. 
the animal exhibition being voted tho'fcest 
that wag acen on the grounds. Other extra 
attract Ions outHlde the grand stand perform- 
ance wan tbe bioscope, Venice, etc. lb front 
of the grand stand have appeared to ad- 
miring crowds the Four Madcaps, Chefalo, the 



BASEBALL 



National League 

POLO GROUNDS, NEW YORK 



chasm leaner and loop the loop malt, woo 

j*Nov'el")y.' the" NasraythH, and "May Merrills, had a little boy horn to him on the grounds WITH t TNt INNATI, Aug. 11, ' *.'•£« J™' 

Mr Dobbin*' loss Ik estimated at $5,000. He under canvas: tbe Banvards, aerlallsts, WITH FITTSBl'RG, Aug. 10, 1G, 17, lb. 

contemplates tearing everything out and re- fourteen In number; Adgle, and her lions- — 

-.-_. * .. ■ . V * * — . . .1 . . — I I I jl Hfj.a. 1 * I a I • , lilt n w\ . I V I ,.Lr n nj/.n \L* 111 nn U Mfl Itli 



Klein Ott and Nlckerson, Wilton Bros, ,iml 
Hlrohono and bis horses. The- spectacle 
and fireworks being termed the "llattle of 
Inkerman." Mllllnry evolntlons, bV Ca- 
nadian volunteers nud regulars, with tbe 



building a regular theatre for vaudeville per- 
formance*. All performers playing here are 
thankful that there was no one killed." 

Up IIkbbmann writes: "1 have Just 
rioted my engagement with the Manhattan 
Beach Theatre, after a run of ten con- 
secutive weeks. The engagement proved a 
great sneers*. J am now busy rehearsing 
an entirely new act for my coming tour lu 
vaudeville. The act will be one of tbe mOHt 

elaborate thirty-minute performance ever success r . — 

presented by any Magician. One of tbo gagements were prolonged for the rest-of the 




this wn« our 'firm appearance In Buffalo, at which we made popular last month IJhBuda 
ihc rise of the curtain we were extended on pert." ! _ _ Jr »»... 

ovrtlolT seldom gIveiTiiew faces nud respond- ^NoTsS WOM ToUaTT Mnprl «* 



ed many time* to encore*. The Buffalo pre** 
Is also very lavish In praise of our act. 
We piny Imuklrk, N. V. «ug. 8-1S. making 
nnr 'twelfth week there this Hummer." 

Amrta, mirror and lire dancer, opened, 
Ans;. 1, at Putnam, Conn., over the Maurice 
Boom park circuit.- „„. 

Makvfi.I.k and Ui.kahon nro In their fifth 
week on tbe J. W. (lorman circuit of parks, 
and are booked up until week of Sept 11'. 

Ilr.iiNFHi Evans, iif Evans, Devoe and 
White, .IS Np-ndlng the Summer at the Ram- 
sey House, Knuueonga, Sullivan County, N. Y. 



numbers of bis own, with wen. success that 
he wan engaged by Matthews A Bulger to 
.■..niis.se the entire score /or George Ades 
first musical comedy, entitled "The Night 

!j. n . 2S£?^!i'„*«5 t°?ti"SJ?S fh« This organization developed into the Dunne, 

Harlan k Well* Musical Comedy Co.. one 
of the moBt successful In the stage hlstoiy 
of the Houth, and for It Mr. Hoffman wrote 
the lyrics and the music for twenty-two 
different plavs during the three seasons ne 
was connected with It. Moreover, they were 
nil staged by hi* wife, so the most of the 
credit belonged to the house of Hoffmm. 
Klaw A Erlanger made him an offer, and 
as soon as he had completed his contract 
with Mr. Wells he Joined "The Bogers 
Brothers In I/ondon," writing several ot 
their big song successes. Including ' under 
the Sycamore Tree." He has composed the 
entire score for "The Bogers Brothers In 
Paris," which opens Aug. 20, under the 
musical direction of Mr. Hoffman, who also 
has several other contracts on hand. 

Kdounrd dc Bcszke stated Inst week that 
during ■ visit to London recently with, his 



Three Short Days 

To CleanUp Short Lengths. 

$l R is the marital key that unlocks the way to Amheirh Tailoring 
1 ♦hlJ t?m? TthaT Drice, It's the beginning of the end of the ends. 

tC ^SlSSSSfff. /BraHW meIoraIle remnant sale. 

Separate trousers— $4* 

ARNHEIM 

Broadway and 9th Street, New Yo rk. 



hthkls. — Wo closed a successful season at 
Knsthauiptcn, L. 1. The company was wel- 
comed by big houses everywhere, and I tie 
show made an. emphatic success. Mr. Don- 
nelly and the sluglug contingent returned 
to the Field aggregation, and the mtislclanR. 
with one exception, signed with Wm. It. 
West's Mttntrel*. The QuInlonR, club ex- 
pert*, will pliy dates. The Shelvey Bros. 
go wltli "Peck's Had Boy," Mat to play Un- 

E^| , a7y. an M^,age r r° t J h a-c r K %?&£. fftS a^SnfaOT^^ 

jRw Vork,. formulating his plans for .nan before the K' n?nn d Queen. n»»« J-J 



Vdr&K wrd d ecor^edX tS$r*2%U'&# 
"the Winter Ori^^Ar 
MA H Bw.i;"ijumVranTher y »on*kre camping Bg be Inrfentlfled with some road at- m5J^:^-JT. iTTHf 1^ «P.t Bprlngfl 



At.. Wun-I" now In lil- eleventh week at 
the Victoria Roof flardeu, this city, and la 
ft 111 a favorite Id his ndvelty act 



than ever, and with everything new • 

tint made any plana as yet for the Winter. Order, of .Art, Rclencs aed Musi.. 



with a party of friends 'In the mountains at. "V"'.": 
Pike County, IV.. 

>!«.»• Owjjiv IliNDAH, presented her hus- 
band with a girl haby Sunday, July 31. at 
their Hummer home In New Hampshire. 

Oi.i.ii. Yonito'AoMn BaoTitun, after playing 
ten weekK on. Hhayuo circuit of parks, clos- 
ing nt Snus Houi'l I'nrk, Chicago, opened at 
Toledo,. on Burt's .circuit, for four weeAs 

JJ9ANETTA' M*«THtJ.A writes : "1 am doing 
a high class operatic singing net and meet- 
lug with success.. I Was nt \Vca*t's Theatre. 



IDg Wltu NCm., J Wll* Ul nmiiiHuin m «i,T^f „n An» 'i 

l'enrla. III.. Inst, week and have plenty of {"".'f''?, «%■ £' II 

guiHt .Work, to follow." ~ - - " -' v^f.v-ns A«rn i'fe 

th.Wli WlviStor 1 iS2£ a* Man. okeT «§!»»«* ™™* Casino. North . Beach. 

r« 'Lf 1 n^Smi A^i ■••? Mhohomiu, y »^ noi f mC etlng with success In 



C'Aisr.v ash Fltkn write that thej> have 
signed for this season with Cliff Grant. 
This will make their second season with the 
chow. They have booked all Hummer in 
the Eastern parka, and spent a pleasant 
week at Atlantic City last week. 

A. Bt'DD, of Buntli and Hudd Co., tin* 
been Joined by Mnn*. .Thomas, cafeptric 
Ji'rencli comedian. They will soon ■produce 
a new act. 

Biixv B. Vas and Rosk Beaumont- were 
" at Mr. Van's- farm. 



ir* playing their third 



X" H. ' Knoll, cornett'st aad director of 
ajestlc Hotel Orchestra, Hot Springs. 
was recently presented with a gold 



Ark. 

cornet 



( HILDHKV OF THE STAGE. 



BY' AUNT IA1UIHA ELDRIWIE. 



In,, on or about Aug. 

Bulk MnttfM ami Sav HnKfRBW, after 
closlug nine weeks on the Frank Melville cir- 
cuit of parks, Aug. t), opened on the Jos. .t. 
Klvnti park circuit, ts, for tbe remainder ot 
the.'Sumtaer. They commence their season of 
vaudeville nt the Howard, Roston. Sept. SO. 

Tut) Great Uoutku Informs ns -that he 
played Sprlngbrook Casino, South Bend. 1ml., 
week July 31, closing the *how with his sen- 
sutlonnl aerial act. Millie Clio's monologue 
nnd character change front sonhrette to main 
ut tire Is always a HUrprlse lu the audience, 
mid Mr. Roster finds no trouble In booking 
their two single acts Jointly. 

Thh ntofLH at Sheedy's Freelrody Park 
Theatre (Chas. E. Cook, manager), Newport, 
K.I., week of Aug. 8:. Watson. Hutching* 
and, i;dwunlN, 
and May, 
Kegnsnx 
IMimont, and the vlugraph. 

.Ma. a-jii) Xlaa. Neii. Litoiipihi.d opened nt 
New Castle-on-Tyuc, ling., week July 'Si, and 
their act was a Inugh producer. 

Mt.T.F. Cabbih uliiyed at. Hoblson Park, Fort 
Wayne, lad., and ruporls meeting with great 
success, : . • - 

Path* Dovt.h, who la plnylng at the Ce- 
stui) Theatre, I'oledo, O., writes: "I have 
I'.-i-ii 
rei-oven 

K 

dement of The" Amlltor"um TheatrV" Ced^r cion"aSng* "a n<l " dances ; the Sprakgellas, 

ltarddT la The oiw was .nened Mon- * ba ">" v a "» mlwr ot novel niii*al In- 

ilav Aun 1 tuT eaiiacUv T»Sslnesa and w"i "t™ment*: Bice nnd Klng*ley, comcllnni.. 

'.iSXtlr.'ued' th^ghSlt th« i^li w7lh"ha fK "» » ««■«*/ ~ " J »» u » C "»* T " tne « rent 
low 
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wards, Harry J,e Clair. Misses Ford !?• 
y, Prentlop Trio, Ford and Wilson, «°.-. 
t animals,' Hill and Hughes, Daisy J> 



presenting their tinging, dancing nnd acro- 
batic act. Their time Is all Oiled until Oc- 
tober. 

nrrcHcoct: Bros (Chester J. and Ray- 
mond) will do a Yiddish song and dance act; 
It la new and they have rehearsed It* tho- 
roughly during their stay at Detroit,., .They 
expect to be busy all Winter. 

Zivmeb, the Juggler, Is In hi* third sue- 
cessfnl week at the New l'ork Boot. ■• 

Mb. and Mmb. V. O, Baoone (Paedorn) 
have returned to Norfolk, Va„ after an ali- 
sonce of six months. Mr. Ragone ha* en- 
tlrelv recoverwl his eyesight, nnu I* leader of 
Maxim'* Orchestra, at Virginia Beach. 

I.ASNAnn Bitos. jump from Asia to Rome, 
from Rome to Paris, and from the latter City 
to "On Pike." at the World's Fair, St. LouIh, 

"o. J 

Man. Jack Roianu (Edythe Calthrope) la 
going to rest at her borne at Detroit until 
xhe leaves with her husband. Jack Roland, of 
the Empire Comedy Four, for their -lour .of 
KngUnd, next July. . 

MAUINEIJ.A8, who closed with Bawtelle's 
Circus Saturday. Aug; 0, resumed playing 
Hummer retorts Monday, Aug. 8. 

Thr management of tbe Garrlck Theatre. 



Atlantic City, 



J., put In yaudcvllle for 



rinueo inrougniHii iiih wees wmi iuo iui- sl, - ta»u imia^niriii, ,.j ... il.iilifc 
,lDg in'ople : Itavetta, mugl.'lau : Wllllaraa ?. " , Js v f,, , m . n ,' e L mP "The Mau that Looka I, Le 
1 Mnyer, In H Iniighsble- sketch: the Two l 1 *J m ,* a J r r "°- " , T,le . JI »» « Brtt "*>*% l.uie 



Coltons, Edw. l.eo. In Illustrated songs : It, 
<:. Ksrr. plnnlsl : Currnn and Milton, In a 
society net, anil the Hellg polyscope, which 
was purchased and will he operated by me. 
The Iioiikh Is doing a tine business nnd every- 
thing Is booming. People for week of Aug. 
H are : Amnions nnd White, lu 'The Chap- 
iivk Music Lesson;' McGlnnla and Thomas, 
lii -Look Out for Paint;' Harold Clayton, 
Madge Milton, B. O. Farr, and the poly- 



Ma.* 1 

A. II. (Anc) Leavitt, business representa- 
tive of tbe Russell Bros., In "The Female 
Detective*" Co., writes : "Tbo «en*ou of the 
above company will open on Aug. 11, at tlm 
Lyceum Theatre. New Loudon, Conn. From 
there we go to Newport R. I., lli, andt Woon- 
socket. It. I., 13. Week of Aug. 15 *e Will 
lie at the Grand Opera House, Boston, with, 
ihe Umpire, Providence, week of 21!, and the 
Metropolis. New York, week of 29, to follow. 



It Is a great mistake that the most people 
labor under to tbink that the child actors 
and 'actrettes are overworked. Ill treated or 
unhappy, for It Is not so. There. Is not a 
child anion? them that la not kindly treated 
liv every member of tbe company, and loved 
according -to their good or bad conduct, but 
It Is only fair to say that nearly all the chil- 
dren of the stage are well behaved and lov- 
able. .. . 

Their health Is carefully watched, and they 
are well fed and protected from bad weather 
and draughts of nlr, and those, whose part* 
require them to lie up late, are persuaded to 
take a nap of a couple of hours In the after- 
noon. These little stars seldom go to school, 
so they have home training, which allows a 
large amount of rest aad time for out door 
exercise, which they are encouraged to take 
by way of tonic. Their hours of study, rest, 
diet, clothing und bathing, are all Oxed and 
administered with n care aad regularity that 
Insures their health, and Indeed they are all 
bright and rosy. And healthy, too. 

The nctora and actresses make pets of 
tbem and always hnve some little trifle 
In their pockets for the child actor or act- 
ress. Often the leading man will be seen 
trotting around with the baby star on his 
shoulder, or tbe heroine of the play will 
he seen busily engaged dressing a doll for 
the, little girl or helping to make a kite 
for the boy. Georgia Cnyran was never so 
happy a* when she could get a party of the 
little children of the stage off with her 
for a day In the park, and It In that way 
all through the profession. 

The first children I remember to have been 
on the stage were the Batemans, Kate and 
Rlleu. They did not have pretty parts writ- 
ten on. purpose for tbem where they could 
he Just their awn natural little selves, but 
they, played In the legitimate drama of the 
old school, and 1 remember seeing them play 
In Rarnum's Museum, In Philadelphia, in 
"Ulchard 111" aud "Macbeth." One of them 
was Richard, and the other had the- next 
strongest part In that tragedy, and It was 
wonderful how Well they played those heavy 
parts. In one of them oue child was Lady 
Macbeth, and she gave the dagger scene with 
great force. Hhe wore a velvet gown. They 
Both dressed in velvet a good deal, and It 
became them' well. They did not do the 
whole play,, as that would have been too 
arduous for such children, so they did only 
certain acts which were considered as the 
most powerful, and' other members of the 



everybody's heart as a little girl who loved 
her doll next to her 111 treated and unhappy 
brother After he bad finished h s engage- 
ment In the play Wallle traveled all i trough 
the country as little Lord Kauntleroy. 

Tommy Russell began play ng at a very 
early age. 1 remember bim In ' May Blos- 
som " I was playing Aunt Debbv. In "May 
Blossom," that season, and there f* J part In 
Ir where the little girl's pet Mjlfcjljl 
she get* all her child friends and fey have 
a funeral and bury the bird and kneel about 
the little grave. Some of the children were 
Small, only two and tnrwyaar. o d and one 
Ihe smallest, has to say ''poor little bird, Is 
it really dead?" and be could only say poo 
llty bold. 1th It wee'ly dead?" and when they 
nil got down on their kpeet. he threw his 
little head back so far that it was In danger 

oStSm my little grandson, Hatwood 
Ryan (I have two grandsons), was there 
and went on with the rest of the children, 
and maoaged to do all they did In proper 
manner, though but two years old, when the 
big chandelier attracted his eyes and he 
wouldn't leave the stage with the rest : of 
the children, but advanced to tbe rootllghts 
nnd held out both hands, working his fingers 
eagerly, as he said : "Me want It, me want 

Harwood's mother, known on the stage as 
Mllle Eldrldge, began her stage life when 
she was five years old In Barnum'e Museum, 
In Philadelphia, as the child In "The Strang- 
er." and played In child parts until she 
crew up. _ , 

Presay Eldrldge, my other grandson, hat 
played almost everywhere, and doubtless 
most of ihe readers of this have heard him 
sing nnd dance and play. I cannot some- 
how seem to understand that time does not 
stand still for children, and that they will 
grow old like the rest of u*. 

BlJon Fernandez was a pretty little girl, 
and a verv clever and lovable one. Hhe U 
now a full blown actress. In the "May 
moasoin" Company Hhe had a very pretty 
part. Tommy Russell, now In Wall Street, 
was a little tot there In a sailor milt, with 



1. "OUR PRESIDENT"— One of the best 
Campaign March Songs ot tbe season. Lively tad 
uptodatc. (Aaurego). 2. '-Tne01dHome*teaa"- 
A l>ea ntllul Southern Ballad. Copies for piano 
sent t o any address on receipt of 260. Send up to 
date programme* for professional copies. No 
cards go. VERNON MUSIC CO., SpringOeld, Vt. 

WANTED- For DOWN ON THE FARM CO., 
a Propertv Man to play small part and double 
brass; Man with good, strong specialty for C'liloa- 
man; double tints* If possible. All first letter. 
Chester Leroy and Berbert Plank, please write. 

CHAS. NANLEY, Room 1. 186* Broadway, N. Y. 



PROFESSIONAL Show Ad. Writer, 20 years' 
experience: All Kinds of Catchy Show Advertis- 
ing properly prepared for the printer; Heraldsand 
Press Matter written or revised; Sketches m&de 
for cats, block work and lithograph: many new 
Ideas and winning scheme*. F. E. Woods Box 
164, MasaUlon.O. ' 

WANTED, to Fill In Balance of Tent Show 
Season, S. and B. Girls, and Good Specialty Peo- 
ple. No Alns or boozers. Make It low; It It sure. 
Silence of one week polite negative. Tent new 
thli season, aud It waterproof. IDEAL KNTKK- 
TAJNERS, no Tremper Aven oe, K ingston, N. Y. 

HIGH. Diving Fox Terrier and Ladder, r.j; 
Somersault Dog, $S5; BItck Curly French Poodle, 
$jo. Harry Dickinson, aj« Forest Park Bldg.;St. 
Louis, Mo. 

SKETCHES, Burlesques, Travesties, Etc., 
written to order; only the best work famished to 
professionals. Jos. Kershaw, 829 Buttonwood St., 
Phlla. 



^ P ,^» WiMAim r..nnrt« that he I* In tbo *"<>"■ ■• popular priced show our production, company took their places at other times. 

CiIas. wiMAjg* reports that lie is in inn ... * uioiionitn one ns wt> enrrv a BOft. I remember, too, of seeing them play "The 

seventh week of a successful engagement at ^, load of acenef v All" our nrl?Mng% sne- Merchant of Venice." one belug Shylock and 

""i.^TJi'l VSX- Stt,S««. . r'al. The company will wnaCof eWitSTit the other .Portia. Of the two Ellen was the 



TllK Gmkat Iancii la spending III* vara 
Hon nt hi* Summer cottage at Walden. N. 
Y., on ihc Hudson Btver. He will open his 
Kail engsgemciit at Walden, on the Harold 
Cox. circuit of fiilra, for Blue weeks, and will 
open on the Keith circuit Oct. 24, for a three, 
months' cniragcmeut lu theatre*. He Iisk 
added many new fefllures to his art. ami 
state* that he I* Ihe originator of doing a 
buck somersault when the wire Is under lull 
swing. 

Mu. tM) Mits, W. II. Maxwell (Daisy 
IniilicY), who have Juki llnlbbed a tour of 
the Western parks, intend taking a rest 



._ company . 
people, 'ncludlng tbe start, the Russell'Brotli- 
crs. , , , 

__ music and Soito, 

Max Hoffman, the popular composer and 

musical illrertor, who writes the music for 
the Rogers Brothers' production*, ubtlet di- 
rection of Klaw A Erlanger, has Joined the 
Wltninrks "comnosera corps," and In the 
future will publish hi* songs and 1n*fm-, 
men; ul numbers through that house cxclus- 



more clever. 

In those days there used .to be a farce, In 
oue act, before tbe tragedy or after, and 
they used to play In one called "Little 
Pickle," and they did it well, too, but tbey 
both preferred the legitimate, as It was more 
suited to what they considered their dignity. 

Among the dear children whom I have 
kuown on the stage are : Wallle Eddlugcr, 
Tommy Russell, Oracle Paulln, BIJou Fer- 
nandei. Baby Wood, Elsie Leslie and Pressy 
Eldrldge, my little grandson. Strange II 
seems to me now to be obliged to think of 
all as grown up and taking their part as 

man tn/i n'liman In tha vrnslil'u n-mbi t^Ar,r< 



long pretty curl*, and the principal thinj,- 
be did whh to declare that he was Just spoil- 
ing for a fight, and dared anyone to knock 
a chip off hlB shoulder. Elsie Leslie made 
a reputation for talent that wll make it dif- 
ficult to maintain now that she Is grown up 
Into sweet and lovely womanhood. 

line night I had to laugh, as did the audi- 
ence, at a little Incident thnt happened to 
Lucille Western when she was playing In 
t. mil. the Forsaken." Iu this play Ts a 
little girl who is asked by the star: "What 
Is'your Uame, little one?" 

Lucille Western had been obliged to en- 
gage a 'lttle girl Inexperienced In stage mat- 
ters, and when the time came to ask "What 
Is your name, little one';" the child lilted 
un her small tieml and screeched out Inno- 
cently, "Mary Murphy." 

Poor Miss ftesurn tried to cover this by 
saying: "Your name la Leah, Is It not';' 
Bnt the youngster sturdily replied, "No, It 
is Mary Murphy." 

This brought the house down and spoiled 
the whole play. 

Many, many things are stored In memory 
of the doing* of the children of other days, 
nnd I love to think of them and it matters 
little to me that those aame children are 
men and women now, since they will always 
he children to me. 

«il 
A NOVEL PERFORMANCE. 



FOR SALE— Enterprise Stereoptlcon No. 3: 
Improved Optlgraph calcium Barner, 2f> Flue 
Mechanical Slides, Colored;' T2SfU Fine Fllmt, 
Sc reen,only»7.'i;sent on deposit of |6,ex»rnlnatlou: 
enolose sump. O. P. Barkley. Mt. Peasant, Pa. 

'WANTED— All Around Medicine Performer, 

Organ Player, do Specialties; Sonbrette preferred. 

Comedians who change for week, make good ; long 

eUKagtnient for right parlies; lowest first letter. 

MODERN MEDICINE CO., Tlonesta, Pa. 



NEW TYPEWRITTEN SKETCHES, $1.00 each. 

"Qet On" My Mind" (tramp and soubret te|, "Please 

Wake Op" (eccentric, 2 male*). Sketches writteu 

to order, $20 up. Address BERNARD KLiNO. 

Playwright, 7 Bulflnch Street, Boston, Mass. 

SIDE SHOW MtCN.— A Big 1 10,000 Museum, 
Paintings, Curios, Banners, Curtains, Lights, Peep 
Show, War and Detective Museum rorsale, $«4.m. 
List free. WM. NELSON, 
_ 8 _V» n Norden St., No.Ciimbrldge, Mass. 

WANTED— All kinds of Medicine Performer-, 
Black Face Comedian, Irish, Dutch change for a 
week. Must do Specialties and Comedy In acts. 
Live la camp. Salary, all yon are worth. All let- 
t ars answered. F. K, MILLER, Tuscola , 111. 

FOR BALE— Train Robbery, Fairyland, Life 
of Firemen, ltoblnson Crusoe: 7c. ft; others 6e. ft. 
CHARLES RAY, Cumberlan d, «d. 

WOULD LIKE TO JOIN ROAD SHOW' AS 
PROPS. Address JOHN VON STATTEN, 
en Berr Stree t, llarrltburgjPa. 

Wanted to buy, wood marimba- 
phone. Must be at least 2 •,' Oouves Chromatic. 
Full particulars and lowest cash price. (Have Hlg 
Novelty for Sale). P. A. PHILLIPS, 
2J5 Chauncey St, Brooklyn, N.Y. 



They will be. the guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Will i v(> i... ji r . Hoffman, who has come to the men and women In the world's work today. 

M. Creasy for n few weeks at their Summer f^t „. n surprising rate within the nam Wallle Eddlnger flr«t played In "Among 

home. Lake Huunpar. N. H. Mr. and Mrs. ( rv seasons, fins back of his undoubted the Pine*." at tbe People's Theatre, where 

Maxwell will noon produce n new anil novel nbtllty aa a production composer and dlrec- Mary Flske saw him and inntantly decided 

Hlnclng nnd comedv playlet, written cape- | r. n practical experience that comparatl7e- that he. nnd he only, should take the tender 

dally for ibem by Mr. Crrssy, entitled "liana ■» few writers for the stage have enjoyed, and touching child's part In her beautiful 



Wngner. of Aveuun A.' 

Hi Tom \Vabd writes : "On Wednesday 
afternoon, Aug. 3, 1 made a balloon aweonlmi 
at Riverside Park, Montreal. Can. I went up 
to the height of two thonsHitd feet, and came 
down Just outside of Ihe park fence." 

t'.iM'. Bn.NAi-iT.i, the llou tamer, who was 
hurt by one of his lions' at Rostock's Animal 
Show, Drennilaud, has been pronounced out 
iif danger at tbe Reception Hospital, Coney 
island, N. X. w 



harmony, and when * mere boy mUatbts, 
debut an llr.it violin of Dam's Symphony 
Orchestra, In St. Paul, Minn. He then was 



engaged by George Cnstb- to lead the Olyiu- 

Iilc Thcntre Orchestra, In Chicago, where 
le wielded the baton for several seasons 



and learned to Interpret every sort of score, 
from song and dance to opera selections. 
Gradnally, aa he learned the popular taste, 
ht begin, writing songs ami Instrumental 



play ot "Philip Herne." This play was 
Vraigtr* wit with success a short time before 
her sad death, which hat left an empty place 
In ray heart that can never be filled. 8he 
was the truest friend, and had the kindest 
heart of any one I ever knew, and how much 
she loved children, and how much children 
loved her, words csnnot tell. Even the home- 
less und desolate dogs found In her a friend 
and refuge. 

She chose Wallle Eddlnger, and ha won 



A theatrical performance out of the or- 
dinary took place nt the Garrlck Theatre, 
London, Eng. July 10, for n charity bene- 
fit. After "The Fairy's Dilemma," the regu- 
lnr bill at the Garrlck, another play, by W. 
s. Gilbert, which was written some forty 
years ago, and had not been seen In Lon- 
don for a long time, was put on. Mr. Gilbert's 
work was "Itoseneranz and Gulldensteln," 
a parody on "Hamlet" Tbo odd feature of 
the performance was that all tbe roles In tbe 
burlesque were taken by eminent play- 
wrights, and the cast Included such names 
as Capt. Marshall, Anthony Hope, Bernard 
8haw and W. 8. Gilbert, who played King 
Claudius. 

In the plot It appears that King Claudius 
had In his youth written a Ave act tragedy 
mi bad that It ran for only ten minutes and 
received a frightful "roasting.". The tragedy la 
naturally a tender subject to Claudius, and, 
as he tells his queen, although the play was 
already five acta too long, he added a sixth, 
an act by which the penalty of death was 
meted out to alt who sneered at the play. 
The mere mention of the ill fated tragedy Is 
also fatal. 

Tbe Hamlet of the parody baa the same 
tendency to soliloquy which Shakespeare's 
hero exhibits, and causes considerable dis- 
tress at the court by falling Into a melan- 
choly monologue on all occasions. Conse- 
quently Roeencrana and Gulldensteln are 
summoned and Invited to try to put a stop 
to tbe unfortunate young man's mania for 
soliloquy. Ophelia, who is the daughter of 
the Lord Chamberlain, has been betrothed 
to Hamlet, but does not care for tbe prince, 
nnd cherishes a fondness for RoRencrantr. and 
a plan is concocted to get Hamlet out of the 
way. 

The one remaining copy of Claudius' 
tragedy Is In the possession of the Lord 
Cuamberlalo, and at the suggestion of Rosen- 



WANTED, Musicians, for Academy of Music, 
at Charlotte, N. C, Leader, Clarionet and Punlm . 
About loo performances dur,ng season, aad pay 
only by tbe night. Address, with experience and 
full particulars, S.A. Schiois, Wilmington, S. ''■ 
Season opens Sept. 1. 

FOR SALE. ILL. BONO OUTFIT, CHEAP. 
WILL EXCHANGE FOH POI.i lye ORGAN. 

■ JOHN 0. RAE, Joplln, Mo. 



crantz Ophelia steals It from bis study. Then 
Hamlet, all unconscious of tbe traitorous 
conspiracy. Is persuaded to act It, and a* the 
chief part contains many soliloquies the 
prince is delighted, and with the help of some 
strolling players presents the tragedy before 
tbe court ' 

Claudius Is enraged at seeing the tabooed 
tragedy presented before the- court with the 
prince In the star role, and poor Hamlet Is 
sentenced to be banished to a country called 
'Kngle-land," where dwells a cultured race 
who will enshrine this exile In their benrt*. 
As Claudius says, he believes tbe people there 
will put up with that sort of thing 
■ Hamlet, according to Ophelia, "Is Idiotic- 
ally sane, with lucid Intervals of Insanity." 
Captain Marshall's rendering of tbe role was 
said to be excellent, and the poor prince'* at- 
tempts to soliloquize were most amusing. 

».- 3. Gilbert as the heavy father with 
bushy eyebrows, was. so excellent as to al- 
most make one feel a passing regret that 
be had spent most of his life writing play* 
Instead of acting tbem. Other distinguished 
playwrights had "thinking parts." Anthony 
Hope. Col. Newnhsm Davis, Edward Rose 
and others, while Lady Colin Campbell- was 
the Queen, and Madeline Lucette rfyley was 
Ophelia. ..,;... 

The play was no amusing as to please even 
those who regard a parody of Shakespeare 
as a sacrilege. ■ , 

■■ w ■ » 

' Conditioned. 
CHHBcn— Did you aay your boy L* still 
punning bis studies at college? 

Gotham— Yes : he htsn't caught up with 
tbem yet."— I'osiers fllatrimait. 



AUGUST 13.' 



__TIITC ISTEW VOBK ' CLIPPER. 



565 



The 14 FLYING BANVAROS 

THE ».?HS^?.I. AERIAL A CT EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA. 

.«—'« /IHTkCI j, . * ™ *"*"" e, " ,B « ■« «»i« Dominion of Canada Exhibition, \\ Innipeg, MaaUoba, pliers they were t>ag.g>rt for III* Feature Attraction. 

MANAGERS OF CIRCUSES OR FAIRS WANTING A BIG FEATURE AERIAL ACT, 

LOU UU \i T 1 00 Jiu" BERT BAI ' VARI> • M «M«r ft Flying B.mvard.. F.rm».nt AddreM. ear. of 8.D. RICARDO, lftft Randolph St., CHICAGO, ILL. 

| -irHiw weerar- Aug. 22 and Week of Sept. 5 Open for THE 5 FLYING BANVARDS, the Greatest Casting Act in existence. Address as above. . 



WA.WT 

MUSICIANS 

FOR SMALL BAND. 

AND 

Several Good Performers 

Tiiir double Concert, state ill. Address 

WM. TODT SHOW, 

BBA ISLE CITY, V. J. 



WANTED. 

Woman for Juveniles, leads aid 

Ingenues; Man for 

General Business. 

OTHER USEFUL PEOPLE, WRITE. . 

KLARK URBAN CO., Bucksport, Maine. 



WANTED, 

If 111 Ml SMS. QUICK 

Cup-see a Trap Drummer, Baritone Doubling 
Mrjng. Clarionet Band and Orchestra and other 
food Minstrel People at all tiroes: Doubling Hra-- 
especially. Wire or write, WARD'S MINSTRELS, 
Haonltal, Mo., Aug. 11 j Qulnoy, 111., 12; Klrksvllle, 
Mo., 13; Moberly, Mo., 16; Chlllicothe, Mo., 16; 
Hlcbmond, lto., 17; Islington, Ho., It; Lilierty, 
Mo., lfc_ 



For Joshua Simpkins, 

BASS and TUBA, 

Olarlonot Plnyor, 

HEAVY and OHABACfSB OLD MAN. 

Alarm 0. B. BOO, SpokaJM, Wtlu . 

FfiP CilV One 30X50 TENT, P. P. top, 
run OAbO. in One condition; o sec- 
tions or 5 tier seats, stage 9x14 curtains, wing* and 
masking,! 14x10 wall tent, l doable and 3 single 
soring cots with bedding, 1 3-burner gasolene 
stove and oven, dishes for 6 people and all cooking 
utensils, 4 torches, i gasolene cans, organ, stake 
puller, 2 sledges, 2 trunks, 3 boxes and tables. 
Best offer takes it. A snap. Cost {300. Will sell 
cheap. $24 down, bal. C. 0. J)„ privilege of exam- 
ination. MYRON' L. BACON, 

Rushford, Fillmore Co. Minn. 

KVKBYBODY GAM 

Make big money with" the latest Racing Machine 
Amusement. A sure start to fortune. A first one 
of this kind. Experience unnecessary. Biggest 
money maker ever known. No explanation by 
letters. Everybody is invited to come see the free 
working of that every day from 1 to 8. 
A Mr BE ME ST CO.. 

482 West Broadway, K. Y. 
Don't fall to Investigate. 

fmsTlufsiPEBloli CO,, 

To play "Pair" date week beginning Sept. 4. lftW. 
Best show town In Slute for right CO. MUST BK 
STRONG. Address MANAGER, Opera House, Box 
No. s, Tazewell, Va. 



i. W. GORMAN'S 
PARK CIRCUIT, 



Ml 

roa in. in> ten., 

VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

INCLUDING HEADLINE*, 

1 TO 6 WEEKS. 

J. W. GORMAN, 

COLONIAL BI'ILDI.VG. BOSTON. 



Auditorium 

ASSUMPTION, ILL. 

Population, ^,&oo. New house; sealing 4to. Elec- 
tric llthte. Mining town. Pay on loth anil 2eth 
or each month. Address 

A. CONNER . 



WISH TO LEASE THEATRE 

in flood, Enterprising town of 6,000 to I6.000 

population, 

OR INVITE OFFERS FROM FIRST CLASS, 

ROAD ATTRACTION 

As Manager or Treasurer. 

Addrees "EXPERIENCE," care of CLIPPER. 



To pose In costume tor Illustrators. Also Supe- 
rior Chorus Girls for small N. Y. City Ligu Opera 
Co. No agent's fee demanded. Managers re- 
quiring young women of the better class should 
call on me. F LAOO, 7il Fift h Ave., N. Y. 

Good Pianist, 

To double Baritone or .SlIdeTromtione; preferoi... 
who arranges; must be sober: state suiary. Ad- 
dress SHERMAN McVENX. Mgr. "TWO MERRY 
TRAMPS," as per route: Aug. 12, Petoskey, M Ich.t 
13, Pelllston, Mich.; 15, Sault Ste. Marie. Canada; 
Id, Sault Me. Marie, Mich.; 17, Munlslng, Mich.; 18, 
Marquette, Mich.; 10, Ishpemlpg, Mich.; 20, Esca- 
naba, Mich.; 22. Rhlnelauder, Wis.; 28, Merrill, 
Wis.: 24. Ashland, Wis.; 25, M, 27, lmluth, Minn. 



WANTED, FOR 

Stetson's Uncle Tom's Cabin Go. 

People In all branches, also a Double Buss and 
Tuba, or Tuba and Piano; Cornet, Band and 
Orchestra, and Colored Men that can play Brass. 
Ana. as per route; (lEO. PECK, Manager. 



Wanted, A I Sketch Team 

Must do singles, also change, for one or two 
week stands. Salary f 20 week and ex. Stop at 
hotela. If yon don't know the business keep off. 
Steady work year around if you can dll the Mil. 
No Performer, Lecturer need apply. Address DR. 
*" , Bright Life Med. Co., ~ 



W. JOHNSON, 



, Sandusky, 0. 



Wanted Quick 

THROUGH DISAPPOINTMENT), 

Juvenile Leading Lady, Pianist, Prop. Man with 
specialties. State lowest. 1 pay all. 

IQW CARROLL, 8utton, W. Vi. 

AGENT WANTED 

One that can wildcat. Must have car show ex- 
perience. Needed on account of sickness of Mr. 
"'heeler. State all. L. M. BOYER, 

Mgr. C hristy Bros.' Minstrels, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

MEDICINE PEOPLE WANTED, all Branches; 
Musical Teams, Comedians, Novelty Acts, Etc. 
Stop in hotels; I par all. Drinkers and chasers, 
save stamps. MODERN REMEDY CO., No. 2, 
Cor. Olivet and Central Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Wanted, a PARTNER, 

FOB A BUCK FADE S1I8IIB 

AID 0AICU6 ACT. 

No boozer. Address B. RICH, care of CUPPER. 



NOTICE. 

For party with lew hundred dollars, here Is a 
RAKF, OPPORTUNITY. 1 have the plays, some 

good bookings, and good line of paper. SHOW 
PENS OCTOBER. Can offer good engagement 
If party Is clever woman. Address 

P. 0. BOX 1400, Providence, R. I. 



WANTED, for the 
JACK CORE STOCK CO.. 

Repertoire People B All Lines, Sketch Team (ma . 
and woman) capable or playing responsible line 
of parts, Pianist (lady preferred). Mate all first 
letter. Address 

JACK CORH. Mgr., Huttontvllle, W. Va. 



WANTED. FOLDING ORGAN.- WILL 
EXCHANGE ILL. SONG OUTFIT, OR PAYCASH. 
JOHN G. RAE, Joplln, Mo. 



I HAVE ASSUMED MANAGEMENT OF 
HARRY LINDLET 00. FOR SEASON and require 
Heavy Man, Juvenile Man. Etc. B. 8. DEEKB, 
care of MR.. JOSEPH BECKWITH.IO Oarrtithers 
Avenue, London, West Ontario, Canada. 



WANTED, Canvaamen for Small Tent Show. 
Move only once a week. $12 a month, good board. 
rou sleep In a bed Snap for men who can stand 
good treatment. Performers who can fake organ. 
Not a Med. Show. WILL HOUGHTON, Elenors, Pa. 



WASTED, PARTNER, for Han't Balancing 
and Tumbling. Weight 1401b. BROOKS, 

loe Pineapple St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



WANTED AT ONCE— First Class F log- 
master that can work Dogs and Ponies; Tuba and 
Baritone Players. Write all in first letter; boozers 
aad disorganizes, eave stamps; all must be ready 
to Join on receipt or wire. Want Tent, 40, with 30 
M. p , ion. Wall: want Tent, 80, with 40 M. P., ion. 
Wall. Want 200 Feet of Side Wall: must be cheap 
and in good condition. For further particulars, 
address 8E1BEL BROS., Watertown, Wis. 

WANTED, SITUATION AS ADVANCE AGENT 
FOR THEATRICAL COMPANY. Address 
W. C. LEONARD, Westwood, Ma ss. 

WANTED, Boy Singer and Dancer. Colored 
or White. Age, 10 or 12. VARA STANLEY, 
Empire Theatre, St. Paul, Minn., or care CLIPPER. 



TOR CAPT. W. I). AMENT8 GREAT LONDON 
GHOST SHOW, swell dressed lady Singer or 
Musical Artist, Sketch Team, Comedian and 
goubret'e; Piano Player. Only young, good look- 
ing and well dressed people need ar ply. Win. 
Mcuurk wire quick. CAPT. W. D. AMBNT. 
Jackson, .M Mi., a tig. 8-16. 



OSMAN-HOYT STOCK CO. 



WANT JUVENILE MAN 

TO COMPLETE ENTIRE CO. Always pleaaed to 
hear from good agreeable people with strong 
specialties. Managers In Tenn.. N. and C. Carolina 
send open time. _ 

JOHN OSMAN. Manager. Ben Davis, Ind. 



i Ira ew CO. m 



Comedian with specialty, Man lor Juvenile Leads 
and Man fcr General Business. Appearance, 
wardrolie, ability, essential. Manager- Id Georgia, 



Alabama and Mississippi, send open time. Ad d ret - 
BERGMAN AND0UMMIN08, 
Aug. 8 and week. Spencer. Ind iana. 



ED. 



.. 



F. DAVIS' 

TOM' 



MA8TERLY 
REVIVAL, 



ff 




- Prop, and Mgr. 

nnilse. POSIT1V ELY THE GREATEST 



ED. E. DAVIS 

The.only one that "squares" with every written and pictured promise. POSITIVELY THE great 
TOURING PRODUCTION OF THE PEOPLED PIAY EVER PROJECTS H. Transported nil Its Own Train of 
Palace Cars. OUTCLASSING ALL OTHERS. AWAY BEYOND AM. RIVALRY. THIS IS NO BLATANT 
1II.A8T OF "UNCLE TOM" "HOT AIR," ORIGINATING FROM THE OVER HEATED FURNACE OF IMAGI- 
NATION, but a plain statement of a simple mailer of tact. No flood Old "Has Been" or "Will Be," bal "IS" 
IT RIGHT NOW. 
SEASON OPENS NEAR BUFFALO, N. V., SEPT. I. 40 WEEKS' TIME PILLED. 

WANTED, TO FILL VACANCIES: 

WHITE CANT.— Artist, for >»rlou» Rol.«. \> 

MUSICIANS.— Donble Band and Orch-stsa. 

f UI.UREI) PEOPLE WANTED.— Th. Cleverest M.I. and r-Vn.ats Sl.gcr., n.nreri, 
Musician' and Cake Walls.r. of Us. Haro. 

Stag, t'arpi-ater, Vaad.vlll. Arl.i Any stage or Street Novelty. Writ. Lowest 

" Idr.r 



Salary, W. Pay Hoard. Addr.sa (letter only), 



127 W. Twentieth Street, HEW 



1*011. 



BIG SELLING 





Contain Songs, Joke*. Parodies, 
It re 1 1 at Inn ■ , Etc., 

75c. Per 100; $6 Per 1,000. 

Cash With order. No C. O. II. 

Samples, 10 fonts. 
WEHMAN BROS., 

m PARK ROW, N. V. 



T* O OK! 

All Territory Open for Stuck ir Repertoire. 

THE EDITOR, 

A NAVAL CADET, 

THE PRINCESS OF PATCHES, 

A GIRL FROM FRISCO, 

Aud a dozen other good plays. Address 

AL. TBAHERN, 

II W. SStn St., N. V. 



SECOND SEASON 1904-5. 

The Johnstown Flood. 



Rehearsals 



Aug. 24. 

uvenlle Man, 



WANTED— Leading Juvenile Man, Heavy 
.Man, Comedian, character Man, Heavy Woman, 
Soulirette. Alan Al Agent. 

EDW. HuUOHTON. Butuvla, N. Y. 



F-IRST CLASS 

Black Face Comedian 

That can Put on Acts, Sing and Dance) aud change 
for two weeks. Must play Violin, organ or Banjo. 



\»Vs.n-t«»cf, 



pi* 

For Donna Troy stock anS "A Desperate Crime" 
Co.: all lines. Band people, write. 
JAMES L. 0LA88, Manager, Marysrllle, Ohio. 



For Sale, Slot Machines, 

SLIGHTLY USED. Write for particulars. 
Add. UO FMKIEB A OEEOANS, Glen Jean, W. Va- 

Wanted Qtalolc, 

Inanimate Curiosities for fairs, wllh palminr. 
Anything that will get money. Must be rhtap. 
THOS. L.FINN. Lyme, N.H. 



Silsry I M.oo. Neat dresser; no drunkard 
tickets advanced. Your money every night i 
(be show. No C. O. O. messages, if yon ean't 



no 

after 



make good gave your stamps. Addrei 

DR. E. T. BARRY, 

210H Gano Ave., St Louis. Mo. 

MEDICINE MEM'S PRICES. 

Cheapest Heat* in America. 
Herirn and Oil ill size), flow 
per groat; Vegetable Specific (Id 
ounce, liquid), 114.40 per gross; 
Soap, white or green (cartoned), 
fl.w) per gross; Dentifrice, 80.7O 
per gross. Elegant printing, 
"Pointers" and Lectures free. 
J. T. R. CLARK, Kansas City.Mn. 




DO IT NOW 

Before you go on the road look over your slock 
of FILMS and SLIDES and see If yon have any 

old oue« that yon wlsn to exchange for new ones. 
We al ways carry a large stock or new and second- 
hand PilmiaiitlHongHlldea at well as Machine- 
on band, and will exchange your old ones If ymi 
so desire. - Send us a list of what you have and 
we wtli at once let you know how we will trade. 

■ere Are Seat e! Onr BABGAIS8 : 

ONE EDISON UNIVERSAL MACHINE, 

COMPLETE 140.00 

S0Q FT. OF FILM 4K.00 

EDISON TRAIN ROBBERY fli.oo 

Over 100 UTS OP SON SLIDES. 

HAN WITH THE LADDER AND THE HUE, fl.oo 

PER SET 
DOES- THIS TRAIN GO TO HEAVEN, $7.00 PER 

SET 

blue'brll. 

i've got a feeling for you. 

We Rent Maehln.s, Film, and Slide., 
Wltk or Without Operator.. 

RADIUM DANCE 

THE CRAZE OP NEW YORK. 
THIS HIT OP PI FF! PAPPI POUF! 
THR HIT OP LOIR PIILLkK. 
THR HIT OP THR ST. IjOI/IM 
WORLD'S PAIR. 
For full particulars address 

ALFRED L. HAR8TN It CO., 

LIS E. lath St., Tel. 3*12 (Ira. 

NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. 



The Winning Candidate 

In the battle for mi audience'* applause Is 
the nue who ha* gotten bis parodies, lokee 
and stories from 

Madison's Budgef No. 9. 

World's greatest book of comedy, con- 
taining 31 Original Parodies, 9 new Mono- 
logues, 4 great Sketches, new Dutch, Irish 
and Hebrew Specialties; Comic Poems, 
Toasts and Epuapns; two roaring farce.. 
two big burlesques, besides hundreds of 
new Gags, Stories and Jests— so nig pages. 
One dollar per cony. Hack numbers as fol- 
lows: any l, |1. M; any .1, U; uuy 4, »a.M> 
or Budgets 3, 4, 7, » and o. $3. Others out of 

Rrinl. Send alt orders to tny agent, L, J. K- 
IEIL, 1404 Third Ave . New York. 



ran i am business. 

id 1 GENERAL BUSINESS 

TO MANAGE BTAORt 



RHE LORRAINE CO. WANTS 

For Nobs PsrkThistrs, Hamilton, Can., 
For,. balance of Summer slock hen* uwl fur 
regular season, clever Leading Man, Hue Hue 
nl iiiiriM : clever Heavy Mun and good I 'time- 
iliiin, with specialties. Small Soufirelte wllh 
siiPclnltleN. Woman to plsy second biiH., Sne- 
1'lult.v I'eople who play parts, and other Use- 
ful Peonlv, write. Wardrobe and ability neces- 
sarjr, Suite all first letter. Kill! LOKIIAINi:, 
(.'are: Nona I'urk Theatre, Hamilton, (Int. 

At Liberty. 

RXPRR1RNORD 

CORNETTIST 

SB, and O. 

■ rVsatM Like lo l.<u nie or Travel. 
.70S.. ill, HNAIR, - - - Crestim, lawn. 



WANTED, FOR 

Kalola Concert Co.. 

A GOOD, ALL AROUND PERFORMER, CONTOR- 
TIONIST or JUGGLER; must be used to medicine 
business; tell all you do in first letter, and lowest 
salary. CLEM HACKNEY, Griffin. <j». 

UNCLE JOSH SPRUCEBY. 

'wAix'ri^jO, 

Musicians, Trap Drummer. Trombone, Clarionet, 
liar tone, double violin. Also Sou rette and Use- 



ful People. 
DAVE B. 



Pay own toiei. 
LEVIS 



Address 
Tribune Building, Chicago. 



ORIENTAL DANCER 

WANTED. 

I want a Pint Class Coo-Cbee Dancer. Must be 
small and good looking. Work year 'round with 
Urst class, recognised road show. Send photo. 
Address qniek. W. W. H.IGIf, 

General Dellvely. Post Office. Atlantic Clt.i, N. J. 



it Liberty, MUMEM, 

For Lend, or Heavies. Write or wire, 
aa west laisi Ht^JhmXmt. 

HOW TO SET AN ORCHESTRA FREE 

FOR YOUR D.NCE OR ANY PLACE OP AMUSE 
MENT. ADDRESS, WITH STAMP. 

W. U. STOCK WELL, Ames, la. 



CIRCUS PEOPLE 

Of All Kindt. 

Write or wire lowest Miliary. 

LAMO.N'T IIIMIM., 
Klierlrtnn, Indiana, Aug. Ul; Klrkiln HI, Col- 
fax IB, 



IN mm MICE AGENT. 

Must iif nober ond rellahle. Hillary or BSS> 
cenlnge. .Must Join on receipt of wire, 
J. F. AKXOLII STUCK CO.. 

New Mortlnsvllle, W. Va. 



BAND UNIFORMS, 

State condition and price. HAVE SIXTY FOOT 
CAR FOR SALE. 

BOBBY FOUNTAIN, Colorado Springs. Uahn. 

ALBERT DASHINGTON 

CHARACTER. SINGING, DANCING. MOBOUIOIIE 

COME li I AN. 
Week Aug. a, Terrapin Park, Parkersburg, W 



Va. 

for the FET/.KR BLOS.' TKAiNED 
ANIMAL HUD WS, Mn.iclana of All 
Kinds. Concert People and other Performers, 
please write. Addrees all letters to 
ADAM FET/KR. Hlllaboro, lud. 



WAITED, 



KNCACEMENT WANTED, 

TO PLAY INGENUES with responsible company. 
Address daMARIS DHAYTON, 

SJ Esst 23d St.. New York tit om «). 



WANTED, MEDICINE PERFORMERS QUICK. 

MUSI fake organ. Good treatment. Join receipt 
of wire. 18 .Ingle. »16 double. Address 

FRKNCH KEMEDI CO., Booth Corinth, S. Y. 



Must Join on wire. Wire age, weight, height, 
salary. R. W. MAHKa, Perils, Oat. 

THE LIITLE WHIRLWIND JUGGLER, 

JUHNHIE REILLY. 

Munroe Park. Toronto, Can., Aug. l-B; Haber's 
Museum, Aug. 8-14; Peeksklll, N. Y„ Aug. |fi W. 
Address NEW YORK AGENT'S, or 

P.'. address, 80S E. 14th ST., N. Y. 

N. B-JIGOI.INO BATONS FOR SALE, WITH 
INSTRUCTIONS FOR JUGGLING. 

BROWN'S UNITED SHOWS, 

People for llund and Orchestra for both shows, 
can use a go b d musical (emu. Stewart aud Ray- 
mond, write. Show opens Aug. 33. 
POP DROWN, 717 B-BeSoh 8t.,jyraons«, N. Y. 

Waited Quick, for Mr. Doe-ley's Wedding Day 

Co., Lady for Irish Character, Bridget, and a drst 
class F.utlst who doubles Hats Drum; also Hutch 
comedian, Tramp, Hell Boy and Preuuh Dialect. 
Must double strong Cornet, Alto, Slide Trombone 
aotlAltoSAXaphone. state height, weight, age 
and very lowest salary In flni letter, lay yonr 
own^ W M. A. GKKEN, Mgr.. Elkhart. Hid. 

10,000 PEOPLE AT BUNKER HILL, ILL. 

SEPT. 7, DEDICATION LINCOLN MONUMENT. 
WRITE FOR PRIVILEGES. WANT A PEW- 
GOOD ACTS FOR STREET SHOW. ADDRESS 
W. II. POWELL, Hunker Hill, III. 

OPERATOR— YdUBg Men, wild SoogOiifl., 

WANTS ENGAGEMENT. Neat dresser. Causing 
and be useful with any uo. Stat* salary. - 

M. TA HOK, Gen. DeL,'NAY : _ 

Al. Claremont 

Hatch Coined}' Ma.lral Aet. ' 

Steeplechase Pier, Atlantic City, Aug. »•!».. . 



■adPff) 

People for Repertoire. Also pianist. Full partic- 
ulars drat letter. Address MGR. NATIONAL 
STOCK CO , Yonngetown, Ohio. 



Hnsie Arranged, Composed. 

Arranging S — 



I small Song, v Paris, su cents. 
. A. KRBTSMAR, 412 E t l4lh_SI., X. 



T, 



SCENERY WANTED. 

Three set., two interior, one exterior. Must be 
cheap. Address SCENERY, esre of CLI PPER. 

AT LIBERTY. AGENT OR MGR. 

Thoroughly experienced. Sober and re'lable. A 
huetler. Rest of reference ALOLARK, 
M4 So. Sixth Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N. V. 



BALLOONS 



OF EVERY KIND FOR 

PASSENGERS. 
SEND STAMP. 
AERONAUT L. STRVKNS, 

Box lsl.Madl.ouSq.. V. Y. 



Russian Toboggan Chute, 

lu good running order. Cheap for cash. Address 
TOBOGGAN, Care of CLIPPKJ1. 



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THE! NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



AlfGUST 13. 



NEW VOhK CITY. 



Proctor's Trrenly-thlrd Street The- 
■ autre (J. Ausiln i'ynes, general manager). — 

Hevlcvr nnd Comment— Ihe opening Another recruit from the legitimate made bis 
of several amusement resorts last week gave debut at tbla house on Aug. 8, In tbe person 



evidence of the earl; approach of tbe new 
thcalrlcol Benson, and while toe weather 
was more propitious for out door than 
Indoor performances, nevertheless resorts of 
nil kinds wound np the week with a good 
bnlnncc on the right side of their ledgers. . . . 
HuiiKn's MusKum opened Its doors Monday. 
Aug. 1. Tbe Acadehx or Music followed 4, 
nnd tbe Star Tueatbe began the season Sat- 
urday night, At the Acadkmt, 4, 

Lleliler & Co. gave an elaborate revival of 
"The L'tcrnal City," and the Stab had for its 
attraction the Black i'atti Troubadours, un- 



of Edward It. Mawson, who presented a dra- 
matic playlet, written by Helen I. Mawxon 
and himself, entitled "On tbe Verge," which 
was then given Us first presentation. The 
story it unfolds Is that of a young Wall 
Street speculator, who Is playing for high 
stakes In the street and Is threatened with 
ruin, tils wife urges him to give up the life 
of nerve rocking speculation and he prom- 
ises to accompany her on a trip to tbe coun- 
try. Hut the knowledge that bis father-in- 
law has valuable bonds In the safe of their 
home, within bis easy reach, greatly preys 
upon bis mind and be determines to secure 
them, to use them for one day until bis 

frond coup shall make him a fortune. He 
ics down on the sofa while his wife Is out 



World of PiaWf. 

— Notes from Itowlnml & Clifford Enlci 

prises : "The (lame Keeper" <-umpany started 
rehearsals Aug. '■'. I.on mid limine Morris 
are recent additions, and John folio, re- 
engaged' from Inxt KeHson. will have charge 
of the singe. Dave Seymour manages. This 



der the management of Voelkel t Nolan and awokenlng In tbe night, opens the safe 

The continued attractions for the week end' 



lug Aug. G were: "The Maid and the Mum- 
my" at the New Yobk, 'Tiff! Faff!! 
Pout!!!" at the Casino, "Paris by Night" 
in. (lie Madison Square Roof Oarixsk, "A 
I, llile of Everything" at tbe Aebiai, car- 
hknb. "The Eternal City" at the academy 
or Music, and Dlack Paul's Troubadours at 
the Star. At Proctor's Fifth Avkml-e nnd 
o.nk Hundred and TwaHTY-yirrti Strum 
Tii i:\tiies stock productions, with vaudeville 

between the acts, continued The one 

week stands closing were: "A Child of 
the Slums" at tbe Third Avenue, and "The 

Itoud to Ruin" at the People's Variety 

entertainment win furnished at Paradise 
Kimuv Oaiiden-h, the New York Boor Gar- 
ukn, Keitu's Union Squash, Proctor's 
TWK.NTlf-TIIIKD Struct, Tony pastor's and 
the West Twbnti-iuntii Street Theatre. 
At HtiRKn's Museum the usual long list of 
curios and vaudeville prevailed. 



Proctor's Firth. Avenue Theatre (J. 

Austin Kyncs, gcncrul mnnngcr). — A capital 
lierfonnnnrc uf "Caprice," one of Mrx. Klskc's 
earlier successes, was the magnet at tbla 
house Aug. 8, for the week, n good sized 
unit lure and n big night audience giving vent 
lo pleasure at the perfonnunnce In n deal of 
laughter nnd applause. It. was evident that 
nik'HiiI care had been given the production, 
nnd the cusl was n well chosen one. Jessie 
Izelt played the name role anil gave such a 
eliarm ami tintiirnlnesH to the Impersona- 
tion t lilts, she was given uiunlslakublu evl- 
ilences of favor from all parts of the 
house. Hugh Kurd gave iiuollier of his 
cleverly niucclved nnd well rendered hits 
of dinrorior work, nnd made u decided sue- 
eess, while Marlon Iterg nlxo udded another 
to her list of triumphs won since her In 
stnllutlon iik ii member or the house stock 
inmiiany. Albert Roberts did some excellent 
work, mid W..A. IJutler, Vomer Clnrges, Mn- 
tlilldn IK'hIidh nnd Ihe others of tbe com- 
pany iilso rendered good aci-ounts of Hicm- 
selves. Tim east: Jack Henderson, Wallace 
Brikliic; Jctltro Baxter, Hugh Cord; Mr. 
Henderson, Verner Clergcs; Wiillv Homier- 
moii, II. Iiuilley llnwlov; Hurry Woodlliropo, 
Wm. Iluwley: Philander 1'otls. W. A. But- 
ler: Juke, Albert Ituln its : Willnm, llcury 
Miller .Tr. : Mercy Baxter ("I'nprlee"), 
Jessie Izelt , Kdllh HeiuUii'Hoii. Marion Iterg ; 
.Mrs. Emms Watson. Mrs. Mathilda Desliun. 
In ihe vniiiieviiie bill were: The Kiltie Trio. 
pi-eNfiiflng nenl Ulghlaiiil ilaiielng, singing 
mill n musical specially: the Imperial Com- 
edy Four, who present sums guutl singing 
III Ihe form of n sketch ; Minnie Harrison, 
singing comedienne, in n pleasing offering; 
the Lit Mom. with their excellent ring act: 
l.yilell ii ml Riillcnvorlb, In it singing inul 



to take the bonds, Is surprised by bis wife's 
father and kills him In a struggle. Frantic 
at his deed, he Is surprised by the return of 
his wife, who screams for her father. The 
elder man appears Id answer to her cry, and 
the husband Is greatly relieved to find that 
the murder was only a dream due to Ills 
nervous condition. The playlet Interested 
the audience and the work of Mr. Mawson 
and Helen Holland was most commendable, 
while Prank E. Jamison did capitally as the 
fullier. Krno, Welch nnd Melrose, In their 
highly perfected comedy acrobatic act, bad 
no difficulty In landing a most emphatic suc- 
cess aad were taken leave of by tbe audi- 
ence with regret. Karsy's myrlnnhone. a 
mechanical orchestral offering, which has the 
element of novelty coupled with musical ex- 
cellence, was a well liked Introduction. The 
firesent Instrument Is said to lie a great 
mprovement upon tbe one which was first 
shown here several years ago, and It Is cer- 
tain- that the odd devise has a full, round 
tone which Is most effective. The Ford 
Brothers performed some dancing tents which 
were remarkably good, and tbe Aerial Hbaws, 
In ii thrilling trapeze act, were liberally re- 
wnnled with applause that was beyond doubt 
well merited. George II. Rrown and company, 
In the one act comedy, "(Jetting a Job, did 
some most agreeable work In the humorous 
line, and fullv earned the marks of approba- 
tion nccorded them. Tlddlcwlnks and Du- 
gun. two llllpiitlnii comedians, scored sn em- 
phatic success with' their clever Irish spe- 
cialty, nnd win-Ian nnd Searlcs, In their Ger- 
man comedy act, with some good singing by 
way of additional measure, held p. cased at- 
tention during every moment of their time 
on view. Others on the bill were Wilson 
nnd Davis, a pair of worthy comedians : 
Klips and Irfircltft. singers nnd dancers: Nesta 
lie liccker, u dainty dinner, nnd Marie Welsh, 
whose singing wan excellent The kulatechno- 
Hcope continues. 

'''■mile's Theatre (Sullivan, Harris Ic 
Woods, munngcrs). — "Queen of Ihe White 
Shives" pleased n full house Monday even- 
ing. It Is well acted by the company of ca- 
pable performers, who are cast as follows: 
licit Hall, Alfred Itrltton ; Itnlph Grimes, 
•1. E. Mlltcrn: Fong Low, Joseph Carter; 
John Mack, L'dward Nunnery : Smoke Pot, 
George It. Itnyinond; Charlie Fnwn, R. Don 
Orr ; Mn.v Sam. Jack Morton : Sain Kee, Jos. 
Cmiu : (.'apt. Baxter, Max Hooper ; lining 
Lee. Herbert Wilkes; Ed, Wcltzel, Edward 
llobinsou ; Ah Foy, Hilly Bryant; Mike 
O'llnrii, Gene Woods: Number One, Harry 
Willi ham: Number Two, George Krcipcr ; 
Nuuihcr Three, Norman Munroe ; Miiggta 
Miimliy.MHy Hotilhwurd; llcxslc Hurling, Bos- 
sle Marlowe! I'et Isiw, Nellie Sinclair: Hoc, 
I'Viuiklc Harriet; Kymo, Gcorgie Stone; 
Putin, Annie Lawrence; Yiikanioto, Ada 
lame; Nuilkii, Anna Vale: Mustang Mat tie, 
Hum llriilinni : Grace Fawn, Alleen Miiy. 
Ada Lane and Anna Yale introduced a. 
euleliy specially. The various sensational 
scenes were well worked up, und Were up- 
liliiuderi long .mil loudly. Bernard Thornton 



New York Thrnlre (Klaw & Erlnngcr, Brooklyn. — Coney Island Is still Ihe 
managers). — "The Maid and tbe Mummy" Summer amusement centre, and thousands of 
opened its third week Aug. 8. This pro- people dally visit the wonderful seaside re- 
duction Is playing to large and well pleased sort to reek the pleasures that can probably 
audiences, and the crowd assembled evening be obtained nowhere else In Ihla vicinity In 
of 8 was prodigal In Its applause for the such qunntltles. l'°ruui Manhattan Hctirli lo 
numerous entertaining features shown. The West Brighton la but a Blcp, figuratively 
principals, Illehard F. Carroll, Edward speaking, yet a choicer lot or a greater vn- 

Garvle, Louis Wesley, Adele Rowland, May rioty of entertainment would be hard to find, season Thus. J. Smith will be featured In 

Boley, Jess Caine and Annie Yeamans, nil There Is everything to be seen or heard, from the role of Berry 1 Ionian and Introduce, nn 

score big successes at every jierformance. the high class musical comedies, and equally entire new repertoire of songs, llaby Brown 

A change has been made In the cast, the hlgb grade vaudeville acts, down to the gypsy will appear for tbe first time In the little 

role of the dude. Lord Trlverton, being fortune tellers. In some quarters realism Miss's career, In "Lo," n specialty, having 

dropped, and the character of Don Romero has been carried to a high point of ingenuity, been assiduously rehearsing nnd practicing 

Be Cabanas being substituted. Ernest while each week some novelty is added to nil Summer. The Eastern rights for the 

Groh played the Don. and brought the role the long list of amusements. In another emotional drama, "Born Thorne," has been 

Into pleasing prominence, winning thereby week the lirst of the local stock companies purchased by Itowlund & Clifford, and the 

marked commendation. (l f Brooklyn will open the regular season, play will receive an elegant equipment and 

Plans Jiavb been piled for Improve- nn d each week will see one or more bouses elegant cast, nnd Inasmuch as the plot oral 

ments In tbe line of safeguards against tire added, until all have fallen in line. and descriptive paper Is swell, little doubt 

to be made at tbe Dewey Theatre and the Manhattan Beach.— "San Toy" Is the mu- of the success of the venture Is entertained, 

old Weber * MaUW Music H»ll It! ^nfnrm >"<*< comedy presented here this week, sup- Wm. T. Gaskell is to manage "Dora Thorne" 

old webcr & Melds Music Hall, to conform 1|cd g j £ n ' Ct F | sneri who hBB brought a Co., and Wm. C. Thompson Is to be the ad- 

to the requirements of the Mayor a safety u De company. James T. Powers Is seen In vance representative. John Barrett arrived 

committee and the Rulldlag Department, the leading role, a character created by him In Chicago Aug. 4, and shortly commences 

The Dewey Is to be equipped with two ad- several years ago. George K. Fortescue, rehearsala with "Over Niagara Falls" Co.. 

dltlonal stairways leading from the balcony Margaret McKlnney, John Peacbey, Mlna which he bandies this season. Edward 

to tbe parquet and one additional staircase Budolpb, W. L. Rosmine and Josephine New- jtOwMBnl JMJBst M BB pa fl from a fishing 
leading from the top gallery. Emergency 
lilt from the private 



man are among the other principals who trip at Lake Oeonomowoc 
exits are also lobe built from the private take prominent roles in the comedy. —Notes' of ''A Boy Wanted," which opens 
boxes on either aide of the auditorium PasN's Amphitheatre.— The destruction up the latter part of August : Those already 
through a fireproof passageway leading to of Tripoli continues to draw thousands of engaged are: Walter Howlcy, stage dlrec- 
the stage exits, ond all the doors are to people to witness this grand display of Are- tor; John O'Mcara. B. E. Warren, Dick Mo- 
be flreproofed. Tbe Weber 4 Fields' Music works. It Is a tribute to tbe heroes of tbe rosco. J. J. Arnold, J, B, Morton, Dorothy 
Hall, now known as the Weber Music Hall, American navy of a century ago. The sec- La Mar. Maude Jncoby, Ivy Paget, Dorothy 
Is to be equipped with a new, broad Are ond bombardment of Tripoli, by Commodore Paget, Jean D'Arvllle, Irene D'Arvllle. Dolllc 
escape of the twenty-ninth Street Bide, with Preble's squadron, took place Aug. 1, 1804, Morosco and May Mohen. Walter Hawley 
two new exlta giving access to It. The pres- and a special tribute to the event was ached- has been busily engiged arranging original 
ent staircases are to be removed and rebuilt, tiled for Monday night, 8. and novel ensembles, and will personally su- 
tbe rlgglog loft floor is to be reconstructed, Brighton beach. — In the Music Hall perlntend the production of same. Entirely 
tbe dressing room rebuilt of fireproof con- ( Wm. T. Grover, manager) there Is a fund new and elaborate scenery and property, and 
structlon, and automatic fireproof doors »> amusement and Interest beside "the mugtc gorgeous costumes arc being provided, es- 
erected at all openings. kettle," In this week's performances. The peclally far this production, which will bn 

Atlantic Garden (W. Kramer's Sons, people include : The Four Mortons, In catchy put out on a larger scale, musically and 

managers).— The Three Kudos, acrobats: songs; Gllmore and Leonard, singing come- otherwise, than ever before. Tbe company 

Watson and Barrett, comedians; Hayes and dlans; Scbenk Brothers, bead and hand bal- will number nearly thirty people.' 

Wynne, In. a singing and dancing specialty; ancers; Wm. H. Pascoe, Helen Mae Wilcox — Sybil Carlisle will be William Gillette's 

Lillian Held, vocal comedienne; the Hodges, mul Co., in a military playlet, by Edmund leading woman In "Tbe Admirable Crichton" 

musical sketch team, and the Ellto Lady Bay ; Edwin's Military Maids, In an illti- tbe coming season. 

Orchestra are the attractions for this week, lion and scenic effects; Johnny Carroll, >n — Davis k Prouty, managers of the Fan- 

I'nrsdUe Hoof Unrdens (Oscar Ham- songs and stories; Beanlslcy Sisters, char- nle Wood Co., Inform us that tbey open their 

mcreteln, manager). — The current bill an- flcter vocalists, and tbe magic kettle. Fall end Winter season Labor Bay. Tannic 

nounces: Pewit, Hill and Hylvaul, Paul Luna Park. (Thompson & Dundy, rniiua- Wood will be supported by Lester A. Davis 

spmloni, the Glcasons, Chas. T. Aldrlch, gcrs).— A novelty Is presented this week In nnd a strong cast. They will open at Prouty's 

N Illy Ztmmcr.w.n, Gnsch Sisters, Rice and which the eight brass nanus combine lb nu af- Library Hnll Theatre, Bennington, Vt 

rrcvost. Collins end Hart, A I. Wall and tcrnoon's concert on the board balconies at — Notes from Al. W. Martin's World Great- 

"Purslfalla," with Josephine Babel, Eleanor the entrance of tbe park. "Fire and Flame" est "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Co.: This company 

I'alk, ballet and chorus. Is one of the leading features that never fails has been summering nt Peru, Ind.; and every- 

New York Theatre Roof Garden to draw great crowds at each performance, thing Is In shape for the opening, which 

(Klaw A Krlunger, managers). — The ninth ''be Hindoo natives tbat appear at the takes place at Peru, Thursday, Aug. 18. There. 

week of this Summer season began Aug. 8, park's pageant. "The Durbar" now hold will be but one Al. W. Martin "Uncle Tom's 

wllli a good attendance. New acts this week half hour conjuring sessions for the public Cabin" Co. on the road this season, and It 

arc: The Fruzer Trio, Mme. Schell and her nt fbe close of every Durbar entertainment, will be, as It always bns been, the biggest and 

performing lions, "Chinese" Johnny Wll- The chute shooting elephant never falls to best production that money or brains can pro- 

llauis, nnd Sluon and Paris. It Is announced amuse large crowds. All the elephants bnve ducc. Fifty people are connected with this 

ns the last week of Guerrero, as "Carmen," been given new quarters lu tbe public tho- company, and two seventy-five foot cars are 

and others who remain for this week arc: foughraru of "The Streets of India." Tlio required to transport tbls gigantic entertain- 

The Four Lukcns, Ned Waybum's Girls, Zlm- bombardment of tho Russian forts nt Port ment. Special scenery for the four acts and 



mer. and Louis Granut. 

West Twenty-ninth Street Theatre, 

— The programme for week of Aug. 8 : Iter 
no rd Salinger, boy tenor ; Sum Daniels, com- 
edian and vocalist ; Harlct Styles, vocalist ; 



Arthur Is u new feature recently added to twenty-eight scenes are carried. Also twenty 

Git- park's nnvcl bottles In "The War Is head of horses, ponies, donkeys, bloodhounds, 

Hell" building. Novelties are added to tbe chnrlots. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" floats, etc. 

"L'0,000 Leagues Under the Sea" trip. There Ed. Martin, manager, and II. W. LlnK, general 

_ arc many other Interesting features to be agent. This company Is booked to plqy nt all 

Blake and Blake, comedlana; Poss-Nelson aeea at tbe nark. Tho people In tbe circus t|ip larger cities the same as usual, and will 

Duke, song producer; Illustrated plays: ftn(i vaudeville acts are: Josle Asbtoh, Mile, be seen'ln New York City later In the season. 

Scenes from "Mme. Du Barry" and "Barbara Alexandrine, Louise Do Mott, Gullmcl te, — Amelia Bingham's tour : Amelia Bingham 

Frlctchle,'" Mile. Marie Louise, French ec- 9, n8raona an0, 'Panko, Will Hill, Five Flying will begin a short special tour nt Powers' 

centric soubrettc ; Nick Morandl, black face Herberts^ Hurley, Humphrey'* Dogs, Kitt 

comedian 

Morrow. 

1'l.ANS . 

tlon of an adequate fire escnpo on tbe front '"» Stones, Slg. SpcBsardy, Sylvester, Robert fob- She has engaged a company of thirty 

Salcotta, Moils. V ""•"' people, Including John M, Kcflcril, 

Ingarelle. Joseph Kllgour nnd Samuel Reed, and will 




iliiiielng siteehilly; I III) Alpha Trio, In "The W manager \ John Cuui'plsdl, business maun 
Bell Hoys Tip.", which wenl well, und K!'f! Hurry Grown, agent : J. H. Mllterp 



Bin-lien mid IVuHhluirii, iluvlllsts. The liulu- 
teelilloseiipe continues. 

Acndviity of Mnsle.— (Ilhuore ft Tomp- 
kins iiiiigersl — This house opened Its 

regular season nu Thursday, Aug. -i, with 
Edward Morgan, In "The IHmiuil City," 
which Viola Allen used successfully ns n 
slurring vehicle sew nil seasons ago. Mr. 
Morgan, who acted Hie role of iMTla Itossl. 
lire Islmr nglliilirr. In support of Miss Allen, 
In now starring In Hie piny mid his recep- 
tion on tint opening night whs ii most cordial 
one. All audience Moil eoin|llelelv tilled the 
big ili-aileliiy WHS III! hand lo set fho seal or 
approval upon the luiiiiugerlal pulley of open- 
ing. I lie house wull in the foru of Ihn sea- 
son's ii eiiienl places, uu<l Ihe stirring 

KCI'IIOH of Hull Collie's lliel, l(||-| 1 1 |e SIICCI'SS 

kept llm audlloi'H III lliulr seats until tho 
Dual eiiiluln, which did not fall until uliuusl 
inidlilulit; Mr. Morgan did capital work, 
I'spuclullv In the strong scene In uct four, 
where, iho prime minister meets his fate. 
Juliet Waldo i-i", us tho new Ikiiiun Itonin, 
proved very pleasing its lo pprsimallly 
mid effecllve lit the delivery uf her lines. 
She gave un evidence of sympathetic feeling 
In her netlng, however, mid (lie alm-nco of 



singe maiuigcr. 
I'nried." 



Next week, "Wedded und 



rumor's Theatre (Tony Pastor, iniiim- 
p't'l. — The veteran iiiminger has placed ouo 
uf Ills hcsl elTorls Is-r.ire his patrons In the 
way of un cut Icing programme for thi s week. 
Composed of many popular members „r 



vaudeville profession. opiHH'luiilly Is also pre 
seated (o ugiilu witness Jewell's Manikin 
Theatre, ns It Is held over us n headline 
feature for this week. Knnie of Hie perform- 
ances of Ihe manikins have been changed 
nlaitll for tills week, but Ihe very pretty anil 
elaborate transformation scenes, which i-oii- 
eliide Hie itcl, urn retained. It would be n 
strong fen I ore of liny programme. O'lli'leii 
and Buckley, III their comedy musical net, 
erenled a cyclone of fun nnd Ihey were cor- 
dially welcomed back to the singe of niuiiy 
former successful ciigiigriucnls. Other nets, 
which iiniile good In every sense of the term, 
were: Klske ami McHotiniigh, In "Bracky's 
Baby :" Crawford mid Manning, vrfsnl'llo 

c icdians ; Altidge Fox, In songs and flip 

Hups; Haiiiiy .Mann and cotnpaiiv. In the 
rural fnrce, "Mnndy lluwkins," scoring solid- 
ly, as usual; the Lovllts, novelty ncrolmls; 
Henry nnd Itomi, presenting nn excellent 



of tho Olympic Theatre, leased by Mrs. I). Stlckney Jr., Spllk, Little Salcotta, Mons. ol " ""'"- people, incliii; 

Vulentlne. Vlncllo, Yupki und Mako, and Zlngarclle. Joseph Kllgour nnd Si 

"Tun Hi'KM.niNUER," by Herbert Hall and Dreamland. — A new "fireman'" has been 'nrry on tour eoiuplclo seciile eipilpment for 

Charles Dickson, will lie presented nt tho assigned to duty In the "Fighting lira |,|U;h P ,ni - After her two weeks' engagement 

Herald Square Theatre Scot. 0, after "Tho Humes" act, and It Is claimed that he makes " Chicago, she will pluy In Baltimore, Wusli- 

Glrl from'Kuy's" leaves there. n v «i7 good one nt that. Tho now "man" "'gton, Now Orleans and thu principal cities 

Thh rhason at Tin,' GiiA.so oit.ua HuuHH •» knowu by the name of Roger, and ho in <>c , ' lc Saitlli, rcuiiilulng In that section until 

will heg'n Saturday, Aug. 27, with Williams "..".'K elephant from the Boslock arena of election Is over. In December It Is expected 

nnd Walker, in "In Duhoincy." The bouse *'" , ""Imsls. on tho vniidevlllo stngc tho *''«' '"•■'•» Vital Issue" will bo given a pro- 

bus been completely renovated. imlilli! coutluucs to applaud the Golden Guto duetlon nt n Broadway theatre, In New York. 

, Tun Yiiiikvii.i.i: Tiikatiik, at Lexington yulutctte, who are among the best seen wl " * Wheeler Is engaged as advauco repre- 

Aveuue and Elglily-slxtb Street, opens on here. The Gordon Misters, boxers and bag sentatlve for Miss Bingham. 

Sept. 'JO. M. H. Blmbcrg Is the proprietor. Punchers, nro rolalned another week. VlP ---Henri Gressltt. who tins successfully 

ViiiuiNiA Eari. is tho latest addition to the '" lrH al11 ' Lee are unolher team that nro munaged Kngeale Blair for soma years, bus 

slock company which will occupy Ibo new 55™ ov ''''' ' rt>0 '"■wcoincrs Include: Katli-' f'sned a contract with. William Brumwell 

Llls-rty Theatre In West Forty-second Street. "''.'"" Ml ley, vocalist: b'lalkowskl, mimic; «;li«r*by that uelor will stal' In "Captain Bnr- 

Ciimi.ks Fhoiiman has arranged to pro- veils and Arthur, nnd Martin and Ridge- ™"8l°". opening In New York Aug. 20. 

vide nil the nllrnctlons unit are to appear *' ay - J «o circus acts and open nlr features — "• ".• Bhepnrd, author of well known 

qt Hie Hudson Theatre covering tho new «.';« unchanged. They are: Mr. und Mrs. ""'cesses. Is at Luke Hill, Mc, putting the fln- 

" comedy 

ikes the 

Stair 

ccssfttl 




lie litis been llSSOCllllcd Willi GllSlttV Mlllller 

ami l.tidwlg Schiilk. He will share the con- 
ductor's duties wllli MM. Vlgnit nod Hertz. 
Mr. Elsler bus been conuccted during the 

Sreiitcr part of bis career with the Vienna 
l"'in House. 



of wild animals with their "pets," many N ,™ H oti wllli lliu Inn Lehr Co., closed Aug. 

of which are thrilling enough to keep the i 1, S f . t'r^nvllle, H, C, on account of Ml 

speclntors In u fever of excitement. bcnltb. Bo goes to Fuyettevllle, N. C, lo 

IIendkiison's Music HALt (T. B. ilonder- ,1, ' e " d l,,<i rc,t ot t 08 Summer with his 

son, manager). — The pcoplo hero for the cur- P | > r 1 n l" "id friends. ' • "' 

rent week arc : Tho Cagnoux, Rboda Ber- r. — is""*. B Udell his bra engaged by 

111,1,1 ,!IO,.l»l Ul ,, .i..i. . ■ .. .. Tlfrtuai..,^..* t. f I. _.i _i -l^.-^_ — tj. 




Miiyne for nn Important role In" the new Merrier. ' ber. ' 

Siiillh-Lcvl production , which will open the ' Notrs,- The Spouners will open another , — NormiiD Wlnillcy wiih innrrlcd lit St. 
season nt Weber s .Music Hull. slock seuson at the iitjoti Then Ire next week. JniniV Cliurcli. Piccadilly, London, Eng„ on 

Aug. 2. to E. i>. Clarke, ii uouprnfcsiluniil. 



sliiidlug III Iho |mrtrayiil was a conspicuous HWlHl of Illustrated songs and life motion > ,, '!f 8 k '". Kt ' ot ll,e '' l%w , Hudson Tlieuliv, as Joseph Olrnril, 

. I .,,, ,.,!. .. ..I. »1- I • >. ■.. , . .' m . . ..I.I ........ . ]':... . . 1. 11 .. . I.. T 1 ...... . . Hill I II U t lilt J Ill-Ill! I- 111' till* III lll'liut kls II/ltfA 1 . I'll II Will II 1 



from George J. Ilcye nil the hilt rs interest opcus Its season at the Lee Avenue house — Charlollii Nllssbn will play the' name 
in Hie Henry B. Hurrs Co. This makes •>" Aug. 21), includes; Corso Ptiylou, Clin rota n "Lelty," In which Wm Fiivershnni 
Mr. Hurrls i the sole owner ot iho twenty f waj lgfew, ^uis%on HalT. Ajffiurltwirs, 



will star. 



ilrnwlinek. W. M. Boiuiay duplicated tho 
Ireiiieiiiliius success he ninth- whl'U ho ere- 
nieil Hie rule In which lie appears ami was 
again honored by mi unlliiislasllc curtain 
cull, while Frediirlc do Belleville's iirllsllc 
work was oiiee ugalu a joy to Hie student 
ill IIiiIhIiimI acting. Friiuk C. ItnilgH was llm 



pictures: Frank Beverly nnd lOdlth Hanvers, 
III eoniedy und fun ; Boiler mid Wilkes, In n 
nenl sister acl ; Adams and Drew, lu u side 
splitting Gerninn conusly net; [tart Lcmion, n 
ctipalile singing comedian; Paul Frailerlek, 
wlio dltmlnycil marvelous skill In equlllbrlN- 
tics, and the American vllagmpli, with n new 



well us the ow 



Hie new Hudson Tlietitro as *»*«■■ Olrrird, the Misses Fox, llttBtliigs! ,. — Cnuiptele foster of "A Trip to Egypt." 
,ner of the Interest Mr. Hcyo Glenn. Wndc, Nyo and Florence (taac, „7„| C. Hcrliert Kerr's now musical farce, which 



ueu- I'opo and he did only fairly well with mid Interesting scries of pictures In life ihu- 
llie role. The olbers In tlio company were Hon. 
mid the singing of Ihe play, 



cunipcteiil. 

wllh the line opporl null Ics which this ruoniv 
singe gives, was most ciiimneiidiiblc. The 
ci.sl : linvlil Itossl, Kdwiiril Morgmi : Baron 
itoiu'lll, IViilerlc do Belleville; Ills Holiness, 
Frank C. Bangs: Fn tiler 1'lfferl. \v, 11. Bar- 
tholomew: Maestro tie Camera, Edgar Kent; 
Captain of Noble Guards, J, F Mellonoiigli : 
Brum, lloeeo. W. E. llatincy : illenit, May 
Mliniil: Little JoMeph. Burhc Berlriind; 
TumillllMo Mill'loltl. Crunk P. Shine; Llilgl, 
Frank Mlxliy; Charles Mltiguelll, lleitrv Bar- 
Htuli; General Poller. Barton Ileum ; Sir 
Kyfdyn Wise, Mnlcolm Barrett : l»ou Citinlllo 
Mtti-elll. Warner (Hand; Princess Bellini, 
Helen Wenlliersliy ; Hlgiiora Corlcsl, Aiigtistu 
Berlriind: Klgiiorlnii t'orlesl, lues Marcel; 
General Morra. .leffei'soii Lloyd: Major 
Horlti, J. S. Kilwurds: Slgnmlmi Dorla, 
Aline la'wls: Coinnicudiilore Augelelll. W. 
11, Hsilliu-; Moiisi'lgmir. Arthur II. Hewitt; 
Caiitnlii Colli I. Allien Boss : Felice, William 
lOrlllc; Natallnii, Muiiil Witrrllow: Gtilseppe, 
Maillli MeNeal: Glovmiue, Lytllelnn Ma- 
grudcr; Donna Itoiun Voloiiun, Janet Wal- 
dorf, 

Third Avenue Thent re (Martin J. Blxon, 
manager).— -"A Worstng Girl's Wrongs" Is 
this week's bill. The cast Is as follows: Jock 
Fallon, Will W. Crlmniis ; Aiislelgh Wharton, 
llany L. Barker; IPikle Maloiie. Billy Bar- 
low; "Still Hill" Lawrence, Aiigustln (lass- 
in I re ; Tbonuis Hates, Phil Cast rock; Henry 



Keith's Tlii-ntrt- (i:. F. Albee, general 
nmiiager). — Tlicre was ati auilleucc of good 
proporllotis ii'ssemlded to enjoy the new bill 
on Monday, Aug. H, mid there could he no 
possllile opportunity of dlsmipolnlincilt. us 
the bill Is of entertaining merit and capitally 
arranged to promote diversion. Tho hill Is 
headed by "The Boys in Blue," an act com- 
prising about twenty men. In inllllnry inn- 
meiivrea, which lire excellently (ivrfomieii. 
Two songs ure Introduced In Iho ,nct, 
one by n male, and thu second by 
a Rill Cross nurse, which hv the way, 
do not mid |o the net. James Thorn- 
ton, In his always untarlnliilng monologue, 
wiih in Ilia fore, being grunted n cordial 
"liiiiul" when lie runic on, and ns Mr. Thorn- 
ton was In line form, he never appeared to 
hotter advantage nt tills theatre. Beatrice 
Mnrelnuil again scored I lie success bur efforts 
warranted, mid the bill ulso lists: Hilly 
Potior and Efllc llartwotl, uovolty head to 
head acrobats; Cnrlelon Mocy and Maud 
Kilnn Hall, In thr-lr comedietta, entitled "A 
Timely Awakening:" the SI, Felix Sisters, 
singers nnd dancers: Fitzgerald Bros, and 
Miss Roma, club manipulators; Dixon and 
Holmes, deacrlptlve vocalists: Toledo' nnd 
Price, gymnasts; Geo. B. Huyt nnd Berths 
Wnllen. comedy sketch ; Empire Trio, vocal- 
ists: Wlllard Bros., vocalists. Iinnjolsts llnd 
dancers : J. Walter Thompson's performing 
dogs : McKliiuou und Reed, black face uct, 




H„r,..n,._At Proctor's One Hundred and ^^^^ ^^V^t MouU%er» KgVrS 
Twentyllflb Street Thealro (J. AusUhFyncs, ••t: l ip|,| „ n d l'ygche. or the Jintami.ni „e 5°, r ,°!: a i'., No w»». Eoulse Karr, Graco Perry, 
gener 
uf 

Brown't" Is this week's offcrltlg. K was wen Copvrlgirted" by'ticorSii Porter" 
played Aug. 8 and kept the audience in good "^liSiS^SrRSSSC" 

Imiuor iliruiighout tho entire performance, by Dorothy U Baxter 

tiood Judgment was used In the seleclluu of ••ri, c Irish Orator."' Convrtahted Ik im,» V! ,n ! n J'vPr leo .. BrKl 'BlWt* and "Milch Ado 

the cast, mid the resujlH were commendable, j. Sully. "™ lor ' i-opyr'Sntea by John Ajmut .Nothing:,;; John Hrnw.Jn "The Duko 



I'wenlyllflb Street Thealro (J. AusUhFyncs, "t'lipld and l'ysehe, or the Judmnent nf vSm tu J , -i NoM !S 11 ' , Lo .', l8e Ku, ' r ' 0lac0 'Sf'' 

lenernl manager) one of the most agreeable Paris,' 1 ' lu three ncu.' Cow'ghteu*by Mn?y JU e ° c 3% ' A"., , n Kl il?'.fI llb( i 1 W ll t„ F ol '- 

if Ihe present day farce comedies, "Who Is »'S '.'•"• T, ,. ' " fflSi. ^Ba, flggl. jffr^l ***•) .AWB" 

Jrownr Is this week's offering. 1 was well rfSSSF* ^HSfliS". '» fcWItn* wSfnftS&fflfcF*"'' Hol '° A ' UtU * 



mor and Louise Kellog. 
OsirshnViafl » — -Cburles Fiohman will begin rehearsals 
Copyrighted next week of tho Solliern-Miirfowe comblriu- 




Tbo house was well (Hied lu Hie afternoon ' "Woman's Pollv " lu ono net rlnnMhi «' Klllleniiikloi" William II. 'crane, In "BiikI- 
inul packed In the evening,. The vaudeville by SFSSAana^ Copyrighted „ P „s Is Bitslucss," nnd Edna May, In "Tho 

presented Llbbta. Arnold .hTomtall. In her ex : "Shnkcspeiiresn Misfit Dialogues." Copy bC ^ f ti'i ,,,- M..H- t , 

.mTT. . ".''"J M 1 "!. . tbo now comedy by T^eo 

D rlehsleln, which Rich & Harris will olTer. 

will have Its nrst public presentation ut New 

I...,..,,,,,.., London, Coun., on Aug. 18. 

Copyrighted ~Joh,, n lveiicrd 8 hns been engaged by 

,°f'" KmghEtS& ' n ° n ° nCL °°W"»*« »T coming He,!sot lW tt8 ,Cad,DB "!" ^ r t "° 

front "Tho Mediators," In two acts. Conv. ^ ~ ''' r ' !tll -'„ 1 '' r| l}»"''-« will not return to Loii 
Palti righted by Beatrice Thuyer W ?.""' , " ,t ..r" l J»' a y f ' 



linvls. Prank Barrett ; Walter Jones, Waller and the American blorraph. 
Meott : .liilin Watson. Gordon Armstrong; Arrlnl Gnrdon I Klnw & Krlunger, man- 

iigers).— "A Little of Everything" is now In 



llev. Als'l Ashloii. \V. A. Dempsey ; Mike 
ii't'ollgitn. Frank Snyder; Annie Lawrence, 
Evelyn I'oi'lies; Kntle Kerrigan, Belle Bar- 
ling: Mrs. Mulloy, Polly tinsel : l.lnlc Bess, 
LllUe Liliel; Mamie Mulloy, Helen Warren. 
Howard Wall Is manager: I. H. Dunworth, 
huslness manager. No performance was given 
Monday evening. Aug. s. lo enable Hie iniii- 
airi'liienl lo make certain .-literal lmw lic.es 
<ary lo JnHtmrH Willi Hie hullilliig reinl i 
IIhM .Netl week, ' Th.- Span of Life." 
Moillsoii S.jnor.- II I.iii.I.-ii I Weber 

ic Itiish. malingers). — ''Paris by . Night" Is 
In lt» slxlb ivcek. 



Us tenth week. 

Cnsino (8am S. & U'e Shuberl, mnua- 
gers).—- "Pin 1 1 Puff!! Poilfltl" oiH-nisd Its 
nineteenth week Aug. S. Robert E. Grntiotn 
unstinted the role of August Melon In this 
prod net inn evening of s. inul made n very 
r.-ivoi'iihle Impression, t "i .-it Mocc. who hail 
pin) id Hie role since Thus. 1 1. Seiibrooke lefl 
l.he i-oiiipaii). han gone t.o. I, |o bis old eluir 
Meier. 

Pmmii W. Siiv.iui: has Wgun rehearsals 
for bis iliainatle proiliii'Hon of "Parsifal," 

ut tlii' Utuiiwi TlK'tiirc. 



night, Aug. il, showed that the people In 
tins seel Ion were nnmsenieut hungry 
they packed this house from roof to 
door. The offering was tho Black 
Troubadours, under 
Voelckcl & Nolan, 
star with a capable 
speet. Tbe first part 
land, cntltleil "Looney 
iluceil witli till the latest music and songs, 
The changes of costumes were many, und 
the entire performance wns of a character 
that will attract pleased attention every- 
where. The olio : Christian and Reed, Yer- 
vnlln mid Gray, Black I'atti, who retains 
her voice, and was given it warm re- 
ception: the Wntls, Hurry Kraton and 
John llucker. Tho performance con- 
cluded with operatic selections, with Black 
Psttl nlily assisted by the entire conipauv. 
Who displayed well drllhsl voices. The pe'r- 
fiiruiniice gave great satisfaction from stint 
lo Mulsh ami was heartily upplnitileil. The 
company remains ibis ivei-l.. \'.<l wivk. 
"Hiirkest Itlisshl." wllli I'm Mount lord 'as 

lulu. 

Nun:. — The Metropolis nuil Golhnm nre 
looked tu open Aug. i;i. 



I j.l 
Sa 



tho role of the widow In 

nvage's American Company. 

present "Tho Prince of Pllsen." 

Itostcr of "Our New Minister" Co.: Mil- 



one n 



cd 



Love :ind J Is Counterfeit," In four acts. 
Copyrighted by E. C. Hardy. 

Teter Pltpjant," n musical comedy, In two 

B< ' mV, Copyrighted by C. Vredenhnrg. 

■ , ■'■bhlc. a eomedv, lu three acts. Cony- 

rlgliled by C. M. Belling. w 

"Special Correspondence," In folic nets. 

Copyrighted by Bt-ftha L. Bennett. 

"Mciory. or On tbe Heights," in one act. 
Copji-lglii.sl by Mnliel V. Beerlng. 

i..."^'!;; u \! ,l 'tf;' l . , l j;! , - ,,, ' l "'''' ,,, »*" ••"i'.vngi.i..,i 

air I'iav. 



■»M i nyer ?' P r °P«lotors and managers; 

Bnughte'r of the TmSJH," a play, lu i-crs" m»„ r, .iV™iEf."" m o ana ,? cr ^ j0BCph ? on ' 

^«'t. Copyrighted by W. E. Grogan. m,L.r ! t iv 1 1°,' ! "& ? Tan, S, r ».. "i 8 * 

Dauntless Nell," in /our acts Couvrlnht. h..iV H er ',"' ^> • Pblpps, troasnrer : Wll Ran- 

by Pearl C. Seward. copyright- d..| "««l«^cblnrst; John Hershey, prop- 

nSSli "•, "• Roberts, electrician: Ernest 
Hastltics, Jtmenh Conyers, at B. Harrlman, 
^&& , 3&ffl&3™> Jonft P- Brawn, 
EjJfc C &a S C. Tanner, J. H. Lawrence. 
JSSS i h, .', <M,d Sr°v. A - G - Andrews, Gertrude 
1 erry, Alice Washburn nnd Plilla Mav. The 
season opens Aug. 28, at Mllwankee, \Vls. 
m^Z£ff ,f «'ne8. who recently closed n 
Summers engagement with "Out of the Fold" 
to., at St. Ijouls, has signed for a second 
snison. with "An Orphan's Prayer" 'Co. 



bv Elsie M. Melin 
'World's |. 



n farce. In one net. 



Co. 



C"W righted by llnrcle, Ailunm Sawvo, Coicr for . "?, 

M tev" C >lL '"'" K ' C»|.yrlghlc,i by Elsie v|!|e «Meh at 
•" i"* 1 ""*' l'urk. on Sent. 



--.Orphan's Prayer" Co. 
\su Uw Wllbirdlsnf tbe "Jim Bluflso" 

Lars Palmer, who has been, with Willie 
*fal seasons, will give a vaudc- 

rm, wm&ift 9 v,c,ot ' tt AwUrc - Nw 



:■'."!. "fci 



AUGUST 



ir 



THE INTEW YORK CLTPPEE. 



567 



— M. C. Anderson Notee : Mr. Anderson 
Imii scoured .from Henry W. Savage the ex- 
clusive producing rights of the hitter's great 
rouilc opent success, "King Dodo," for the 
United States and Canada. Mr. Anderson's 
expressed Intention It that hlH production of 
thin brightest ot the Plxley-Luders operas 
shall surpass any previous attempt In thin 
direction In point of elaborate costuming and 
inngnlfleent scenic equipment. The cast will 
lie a particularly notable one In point of even 
excellence. Each person has been carefully 
chosen with relation to his or her peculiar 
fitness to the part assigned. Among the 
more prominent are : (.'has. W. Meyer, Frank 
Weolev. Geo. Dumcrcl, Jim. A. Donnelly, 
Hugh Hickman, Cbas. M. Holly, Minerva 
Dorr, Elvla Croi Scabrooke, Cora Williams, 
Margaret Burnhnm, lOdlth Forrest, Evelyn 
Hurley. Fanny Whltbeck, hlatheryn Melville, 
Llllle Stevens, Anna Raymond, Maud Del 
Mnnle, Florence Kramer, Ollle Klrschman, 
Leonard Hart, Muck Whiting and Robert 
Hiive.i. An excellent chorus of pretty girls, 
who inn sing and dance, will be nu attractive 
feature. Moiltn D* Grosi will be the mu- 
sical director : Frank Aliott, business mana- 
ger, while David Traltel will have the man- 
agement of the company, representing Mr. 
Anderson's Interests. A line tour has been 
hooked, mostly week stands, beginning at 
Trenton, N'. J., Saturday, Sept. 3. 

— Notes from the Osman-Hoyt Stock Co. : 
This nrgenlxotlon In about completed, and 
has every Indication of a prosperous season 
before It. The repertory has been most care- 
fully chosen to suit the performers, who 
have mostly been with us in previous sea- 
sons. Helena Relrka will lie well supported 
by the following people : Harry K. Hamilton, 
I-!. W. Bland. J. II. Slmliz, J. J. Tutewller, 
Kngene St. Cyr, Tlm.Leuvenn, Westly Mnn- 
tell, Arthur I.. Von Deck. Muna Ray Rent, 
Adelaide fldrr, ■ Marguerite Ostnnn, Kit 
Leavens and Mae Mantell. Nat C. Hoyr, 
bunlness manager; John Osman, manager. 
We know wc have the strongest dramatic 
company In bur territory, and have ulno 
secured vaudeville talent to give specialties 
galore. )• 

— Boyer and Burke Rtnte that they are 
well hooked up In their new rural piny, "Hi, 
HI and I." 

— F.ugene A. Phelps has been engaged by, 
Andrew Hathaway to manage the I'mvhase 
Street Theatre Stock Co., at New Bedford, 
Mass.,' In place of 1 >. R. itnlllnton. resigned. 
The company - was formerly known an the 
Itntllnton Stock, ot which Mr. I'helps was 
stage director for the past two seasons. 
The stock Includes the following: Cameron 
Clemens. Harry Waterhoune, Harry Horn, 
Frank Thomas;, Everett Aid rich. M. I'. Ilyan, 
Joseph Benton, • Paul Mills, Gertrude ■lilor, 
Maglll. stock star ; Jessie K. Prlngle, Flor- 
ence Hartley, Lillian Rhodes, Dora Calvert, 
Kthel Fisk, and- Kngene A. Phelps, manager. 

— Jos. B. Brady, manager of the new ioik«' 
Theatre, at Rumford FbIIk, Me., was 'recently 
In New York, completing hln bookings with 
i nliii & Grant for the ensuing seasou. Since 
Mr. Brady has assumed the management of 
this bouse he has completely renovated, added 
new scenery, and put In an electric plant. 
An excellent orchestra has also been Installed, 
uiRl the facilities for advertising have been 
greatly enlarged. The town of Rumford Fulls 
is booming, nnd Is one of the best show 
towns In the State of Maine. - 

— A. W. (Jnckl Ellin and wife (Helen 
Castle) have just finished a fourteen weeks' 
engagement nt Forrest Park, Little Rock, 
Arli , Mr, Ellis directing and playing Hie 
leads. Mrs. Kills has decided to not work 
until after the holidays, ami will rest nt 
her home In St: 'Louis. Mr. Ellis Is In New 
York City. 

— Fatter Q. Elder him succeeded W. E. 
Itussell an manager ot the Opera House at 
Minerva, 0. 

— Bert H. Duvles, trap drummer, closed 
with the Stetson "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Co., 
nnd has joined the Frank Adams "Uhcle Ilex 
Co. for the second season. 

— Clyde B. t'alllcotte has been specially 
engaged to play Marttis, In "The Holy City,'' 
Western Co. 

— Joe Marks, manager of Marks Bros.' Co., 
No.' 1, lins made engagements with the fol- 
lowing for coming season : M. S, Onldatue, 
Walter Scott Dreiser, Elmer Todd, Harry 
Starr, Frank Fielder, Probnscn, the Juggler; 
Dnke Thornton, Robert Tanner, Lillian claw- 
son, Knte Morsde.il, Kittle Marks and Edythc 
Winchester. 

— Maude Leone has just closed n suc- 
cessful season aa leading woman of the Mc- 
Retii Stock Co., Lima, <). 

— Robert Ridden has signed with "A 
Modern Viking." 

— Fred Oaab has been engaged for "A 
School Girl." 

.. — Frank E. Patton Is with one of James 
Ilnckett'H Cos. 

..—Belle Darling Is re-engaged for "A 
Winking Girl's Wrongs." 

— elite Harvey writes: "Owing to an at- 
tack of fever I: closed my Summer engage 
nient with the Dale Stock Co., July 1!0. I 
liuve been engaged by Frank Adams, for his 
'Uncle Ilex' Co., to open Aug. ill, this being 
my second season with this company."- . 

— Gertie Lewis clonen a very successful 
twelve weeks' engagement Aug. 20, with the 
Vallamont Stock Co., at WHIiamaporti Pn. 

— P. P. Croft has left Atlantic City, and 
after a week ut his home. In Washington, D. 
»'.. he will remain In New York until tlio 
opening of his Winter season. 

— Notes from Murphy Bros.' big produc- 
tion of "Gay New xork :" We opened the 
regular season Aug. 2, at Bloomtugton, III., 
playing to big business, considering the very 
warm weather. We are booked solid through 
Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan und Western 
New York until May. 30. Our roster Is as 
■ allows : John J. Murphy, bualuess manager ; 

Slick'' Carroll, musical director; Lee Pnr- 
vln, advance agent ; Charlie See, stage mana- 
ger, and Madame De Vllle, wardrobe mis- 
trees. People Include Harry Armstrong, Ed- 
die Leonard, Ted Rose, Mark Mllten, Robliy 
harry, Ethel lrvlug, Dorothy Norworth, Ms- 
telle Blockle, Dottle Baker, Bessie Perry, 
Throe Dllwnrth Sisters, and chorus of twelve. 

— David Wnrikld will- appear the com'ng 
season under David BelnecoV management In 
"new three net piny, by Charles Klein, en- 
titled "The Music Master." Mr. Wurfleld 

* *"llio supported by a company Including 
Marie BntcH, Minnie Dupree, Antoinette 
Walker, lsnliel Waldron, Sybil Klein, Camp- 
he I Colion, Archie Boyd. William Boag, liar- 
°Jd Mead, Carrlnjjton Yates, J. W. Benson, 
»• 0. Cnrleton, Louis Veraude, W. G. Bit- 
elardl nuO Leon Kohlmnr. 

— Maude Street, who closed a very suc- 
cessful season of twelve weeks In stock nt 
H.vde Park. Austin, Tex., Aug, 0, has signed 
Willi the Herbert Sprague Dramatic Co. for 
me coming Reason, opening Oct. 1. 

— Lee Shubert, for the Shubert Brothers, 
inst week signed a twenty-one year lease of 
London's newest theatre, the Waldorr, which 
is i Mug constructed In Aldwycb. at the top 
Jf the Strand, The Shuberts Intend to moke 
iite Waldorf, the home of American musical 
"'ays In London. 

..~" J ner,ram Wnllls, the EnglUh actor en- 
raged by C. B. Dillingham to slug the role 
2 -Mr Charles- Brandon, In Lulu Glnser'e new 
opera, "A Modcop Princess," arrlvod in New 
>ofk last week. 
••iTT.^I- **• Cohan, In his newest plav. 

>< ttle Jotmnv Jones," will open the season 
wet, 10, nt Worcester, Mass., ploying one 
•J* Prom there he goes to Philadelphia, 
Jfiere two wecka will be spent prior to the 
rw w „* ork engagement, which commences 
iK" •.'"'. Seventy people ore under con- 
ifnct and the production will be the most 
Pf'lentlnus Mr. Cohan lian ever attempted. 
.i.~^''' rank Hanenchkn and family, known ns 
•J* Raymonds (Frank, Kitty and Cnrll. hove 
closed a Summer engagement with (1. II. 
raitliis' Empire Theatre Co., nnd ore now 
graying an engagement with the Laverna 
Block Co., through Illinois. . . 



imitiJ ?T. rt Htt N J ),0,: Wu " re ""-'lively 

SSf*. m^ T 1 .' i ,ru,l, "-'«. <»» «ti elaborate 
stale, a mus cal farce, entilled "Southern 

SLFffSSS* with everything that possibly 

SSLff n 'i W ~ ". w , n, "" lc ' M " r werdroGe, new 
scenic and mechanical effects that have never 
«h yet been attempted. The musical score in 
arrunged by Leo Merrlman, the well known 
composer. The company will be Increased In 
number, and Is being selected by W. B. Moore, 
.. ' " ea !£ n "L m «ni»B". It will incluue. among 
others, the following well known colored per- 
formers: Marlon Smart, Hnttle Hopkins, 
.iiVh' nSSl &*& Kmerson, Evelyn Mere- 
dith. Llltmbeth Wallace, Jeanette Foster, 
Smile Mears, Etta Gross, Otis Mitchell, Cecil 
Reese, .Icon e Htlimau. Ada Mickey, Bertie 
tirmes, Nettle Hilda, Florence Mitchell, Eva 
hwliiton. Almle Nelson, John Bailey, S. II. 
Dudley, Lawrence Chenault, the Johnsons, 
.!. Ed. Green Jerry Mills, W. H. Mitchell, 
George : McClaln, .lube Johnson, Walter III), 
hnrd, l.d. T. Harris, Jjmes Alexander, Billy 
Moore, Gus Hull, Edward Cartler, I^eo Merri- 
inun, Wm. T. Phillips. Rehearsals will com- 
mence the alter part ot this month, and the 
season will open Labor Day, In New York 

~Z J i? teB trom the Fenberg Stock Co. : 
S. R. 0. greeted the opening performance ot 
this company at the Columbia Theatre, Both, 
Me., Ang.,8, the verdict ot the public in gen- 
eral who nttended the performance being 

the best yet." The opening bill was last 
season s biggest success with Manager Feu- 
berg, "Beware ot Xlen," by Fitzgerald Mur- 
phy. Other plnys In our repertory are "The 
Queen of the White Slaves,' 1 "On the Stroke 
V f HE,.!*"- "■Wen by the Wayside." "Dealers 
In White Women," "Not Gnllly," "The young 
Heiress.' "A .Debt of Honor," "Rip Van 
Winkle nnd others. Two enr loads of scen- 
ery nre needed for these productions, nil of 
which nre put on with everything complete. 
The specialties with this company Include: 
the <.o|by Family, four In number, musical 
entertainers; singers und dancers; Will J. 
Kennedy, singing nnd dancing comedian ; 
Jlnrle McNeil, lody cornet soloist ; Grace 
Vinton, singing nnd dnuclng soubrette ; Law- 
rence Gordon, vocalist, and Fred D. Wood- 
bury, In Illustrated songs. The rosier to 
date Includes : Geo. M. Fenberg, David Knrr, 
T. W. Corroll, Lawrence Gordon, John Illg- 
glnn, Will J. Kennedy, Harry It. Vlrkers, VV. 
II. Colby. A. .1. Shorpley. Nick Williams, 
Fred Woodbury, Marie Ullmer, Grace Vinton, 
Adelle Adnmn, Marie (llliner, (irace Wood- 
bury. Mnrle McNeil nud the Colby Family. 
Harry II. Vlckcrs, In advance ; A. J. Sharp- 
ley, sdage director ; Mm. W. II. Colby, musical 
directress. 

— Notes from "A Broken Heart" Co. : 
We have engaged n strong company to sup- 
port Kllla- Wlllard. Joseph C. Logan, pro- 
prietor and. manager : Joseph E. CnveR, ad- 
vance; Mike L. Qnlna, programmer; Clar- 
ence Wood, musical director; A. R. Brooks, 
stage manager; C. W. Ashworth, carpenter. 
Roster: J. ('. Logan, Jos. H, Caveu, A. It. 
Brooks, Bernard J. McOweu, Frltx Lelher, 
Robert Lewis, Sam Kniawater, C, W. Ash- 
worth, M. L. Qulan, A. It. Bell, Rllla Wll- 
lard, E. l'earl Wlllluuis, Addle Lynore, and 
Knto CrlUlih. Sensna opens nt Carthage, 
Mo., Aug. 18. 

— Will c. Sites writes from Abbeville, s. 
('.. under the dale of Aug. it; "I am hand- 
ling the Inn Lehr Co. No. -. We are tour- 
ing through the South. We carry twelve 
people, with special paper and plays and a 
car load of scenery. Our roster Is the fol- 
lowing: Ilia Lehr, proprietor and mnnnger ; 
Will C. Sites, business manager; J. C. Wil- 
liams,' stage director and manager ; Prof. 
T. P. De Gnffcrelly, musical director; Victor 
Walker, James Woods, Billy Myers, Eliza- 
beth Mnrsli. Katie Williams, Marie l>egnf- 
ferclly, Harry Horns. Frank Lynn Is bund- 
ling the No. 1 show, with- the following ros- 
ter: Inn i.tlir, proprietor ami manager ; 
Frank Lynn, bunlness manager; I'rnf. Will 
Avery, musical director; Dick Mason, Villi 
('. Davis, Robert Crolo, slack wire performer ; 
Adeline Hill, Fannie Mason, Little Miss May, 
Master 'Hilly Lehr nnd Master Raynor Lehr. 
Tills company also has been lilted up Willi new 
scenery, plays and a swell line of special 
paper. Inn Lehr, In her many different 
roles, wins favor with the Southern people. 
The press In all the leudlng Southern cities 
are loud In her praise nnd say the two shows 
are the best repertory companies lu tbeSoulh. 
They will both stay In the South all Winter, 
and make a complete tour of the lending 
cities." 

— Notes from William A. Brady : The mu- 
sical comedy, "Girls Will lie Girls," opened 
the season In the Music Hall, Atlantic City, 
N. ,L, last night, Aug. 8, before a large and 
entirely friendly audience. Al. Leech, with 
the Three Rosebuds, head a company ot sixty 
people, Including Herbert Corthell, Hurry 
Dnvles, Oscar Watson, Wlnfred Young, Harry 
Wilson, John McVey, Lillian Bayer, Helen 
Ma ri'i-of i . Homa Snyder, Gladys Claire. Chris- 
tine Cook, Dorothy Wood, Helen Daniels, 
Clulrc Barnes, .Margery Cune, Gwendoline 
route nnd a chorus of young and pretty 
girl*. The company will leave here at the 
end of next week for the Fourteenth Street 
Theatre, New York, where Al. Leech will 
innkc Ills first nppenriiiice us a star In the 
metropolis, Saturday ulght, Aug. 27. 

— Nelson Waldron, who used to be well 
known as a theatrical manager, fell from a 
Sixth Avenue car at Thirty-second Streel, 
New York City, afternoon ot Aug. 2, and 
received u had cut over the eye, He was 
taken to the New York Hospital and Inter 
went to his home in Toltenvllle, Stnteu Is- 
land, 

— A coble received lost week stated that 
Henry Irving had engaged Edith Wynne 
Mntthlson for a two years' tour of England 
and America, commencing this season. 

— Clnrn Rockwell, leading lady of the J. C. 
Rockwell Co., writes: "1 have Just finished 
a six months' vocation, the first reul vacation 

1 have' enjoyed In fourteen years. Most ot 
the time wus spent In the West, visiting rela- 
tions nnd doing the World's Fair. 'J 'lie com- 
pany Is playing three of uiy dramas this sea- 
son.' among them Muck und the Beanstalk,' 
which Is drawing large matinees, anil giving 
great satisfaction." 

— The Empire Dramatic Co., under the 
management of Frauklln MrNurry. will open 
Its season Aug. 22. The roster will Include 
several new mimes this season, a rumple set 
of new scenery ond new repertory. Time Is 
bonked In Ohio, Michigan nud Indiana, in- 
cluding fair daten. 

— Following Is a partial list of people en- 
gaged bv Frank H. Plait for the Kathryn 
Tliuver Repertory Co.: Will S. Ely, Leigh 
MocDowell, D. 0. Keyser, Welter D. Hodg- 
son, Anna A. Buck. Klslo FlBlier. W. I . 
Fisher, musical director. The season will 
open Sept, 17, with a repertory of slnndurd 
and well kouwu plays. 

— Notes and raster of the National 
Stock. Co. : J. Albert Dnwson, manager; 
Dawson ft Nelson, proprietors. The company 
commenced rehearsals on Aug. 1,'and ill 
Is hustle around headquarters now. The 
following people hare been engaged: A. h. 
Dnke, Drury Mldgley. Jack Mannfleld, Chns. 
Triplet, Agnes Jntvls, Edwina Dake. Maud 
llurkett, Mvne St. Anginoii, Ruth Burkett. 
Muvme St. Angmou, Dii:k Jurvls. All have 
reported and nre getting along finely. We 
had so many answers to our lost an. in 
Tun Ct.ii'PKn that It. was impossible to an- 
swer them all, but we have secured a fine 
compehy. Wc will take the rood on Aug. 
Hi. after playing ft week here at home. Our 
"Two Orphans" show will go out next, with 
n fine new outfit. Manager Dawson Is now 
in Chicago, making arrangements for the 
new paper. The ncenery will Is? a special 
feature of the show, and oil the deslijnn 
will he correct reproductions from scenes 
In Paris. 

— Josle staffer Is engaged to "Down on 
the Suwaoee Blver," .._, . 



SPECIAL NOTICE 

The puWthtn of Tin New York Clippir 
btg to announce that thru will not pubHth a 
ChrMmas tmmlirr thtt year, but (mteail icili 
<**M« an i j 

A1IVERSARY NUMBER 

during the tcrcJfc tniing Feb. tS, 1905. Thit 
will commemorate the completion of the Jiffy- 
second year of uninterrupted publication of 
TitR Clifpkr, and the beginning of Ut fl/tv 
third i olume. No expense tctll be spared In 
Hiis number fo maintain (if not to eurpati) 
the high standard established by the special 
number* previously Issued by Tub Clipper.. 

— Notes from the Cblcugo Stock Co. : Man- 
ager Ross Kain has the folnwlng list of the 
people under contract with him for the com- 
ing season. The entire cast, with two ex- 
ceptions, have been associated with him for 
two years or more : Norbgrt K. Dorente, Clara 
I'rae Dorente and Graham Karle, who have 
been with Mr. Boss Kam seven years, all 
told; George K. llrowue, , four years; James 
K. Dunseltb, Moore, the maglclun ; Francis 
Townsend nnd George Florer, three years; 
May I'fiiff, Nina Browne, Ada Melrose, i'rof, 
Purvis nnd his troupe ot dogs, two years, 
Tommy Murray and Grace llexlep complete 
the acting company. Fred lliivliisoii, liusl- 
lies mnnnger; Jiniies ltorque, musical direc- 
tor; George Yard, programmer, nil having 
been two yenrs with the eoinpmiy. Mis. 
Ibiss K it m und baby Charles, who have lieen 
spending the Summer with ths company lit 
Magiiia. are home fur a visit. The liaby, who 
linn suffered the past year from nu injured 
limb, Is . greatly Improved. Manager . Ross 
Kam, whose stock co., which Is the attraction 
this Hummer nt I He International Theiiirn, .V- 
again Fulls, notes a peculiar Incident which 
came ubont during the company's production 
of "The l'nrlsb I'rlest," u couple of weeks 
ago. The lending characters ot the play arc 
a Nellie Durkln and two brothers, Ned nud 
.Iniues Welch. On, the opening night of tin- 
play, ii lady of Ihe city by (he name name 
iDurkln), occupied n box at the right of the 
stage, while In another box on the other side 
were two Welch brothers, one of whom was 
•inmed Ned. The parish In which the piny Is 
located Is called St. Mary's, which Is the same 
ns In Ihe city there. Father McCrcn, who 
al tended Ihe performance, was so pleased 
with the production that he sent a Ihjx ot 
cigars to Hie hoys or the company. Ulld con- 
siderable onius-nient was caused when It was 
opened and they were fond to be Henry 
Clay clgui-H. which in the brand twh-e iiien- 
lloued hi the production. None of Hie Inci- 
dents were prearranged, and might liuve 
inisseil unnoticed except for a member ut Ihe 
local press. 

— llnlton Powell writes: "I have made (he 
following engagements for my various nttruc- 
llons, ns follows: For the Powell-Portello 
fp.. Fnstern : Kitty Rlughnm, .lames W. 
Hlngliam, Three Auburiis, Florence Peyton, 
Maude Norton, O.E. Curtis, Frederic Dun- 
ning, Hiirrleltc MiicBrlde, Cbas. Colvllle, 
Snui C. Miller. Marie llarcourt and Harry 
Keefer. For the I'owell-Porfello Co., West- 
ern: Maurice Whlsh, Louis Wnliiwrlght, 
Chan. K. Emery, Harry J. Kennedy, Ed. 
Ilarusted Jr., Dan. Connors. Joseph Lucas. 
Helen Trei'li, feellle l.vnetle Meeker, Nellie 
Lucns, Violet. Grey. For Ihe Wlllinm V. 
-Mniig Co.: Leonnt'd E-mmert, Mlna Grlllln. 
Vlda Keuue, (ico. J. Curtis, Francis Molir. 
I'lnreuce Leewond, Mnsnn Phillips, .lames 
Conrad and Winston .Marsh." 

— Corse l 'avion Stock Co. Notes: After 
two weeks' rehearsals at the Nelson Theatre, 
spiliigilelil. Mass., we open our season at 
tlie Court Square Theatre. David J. Ram- 
nge, who has been the manager -for a num- 
ber of seasons, is lu charge of the company ; 
P. Huns Fluth. mimical director, nntl A. S. 
lliniiit'v In nilviince. Kthel Tucker, the new 
leudlng Indy, Is well known, having headed 
tier own company for a number of seasons 
Thomas B. Alexander In leading man. He was 
formerly a member of the American Theatre 
Stock Co., of Chicago. Dora Louihurd lias 
been re-enanged, as well us Jerry Snnford, 
wlin does Juvenile roles. The others 111 Ihe 
ciimpuny nre: Ida Thomas, Blossom Hohln- 
koii, Valeria and Little Duchess BIJou, Harry 
Miintell, George W. Ralston. Harry .1. 
Thoiniis, Kngene Miller, D. II. Morrison, ond 
I'lvses Duvls. The repertory Includes: 
"The New Magdalen," "Queenn. "Fortune's 
Fool," "Mngdu," "For Ills Silkc," "A Wife's 
Peril," "Drifted Apnrt," "Serpent In Eden," 
und "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." The sing- 
ing nnd costuming of each production will 
he the equal of the higher price attractions. 

— Maurice F. Kolchum Joined Augell's 
Camedluns July 26. This makes his secomi 
season under Mr. Augell's management. 

— Notes from Ilhe Lorraine Co.: Miss 
Lorraine Is ploying un engagement of seven 
weeks at Nona Park Theatre, Hamilton, Ont., 
where she wus met with flattering success. 
Undoubtedly the largest attendance that has 
ever been at Nonu Park Theatre was present 
to witness the opening performance uf this 
company. Miss. Lorraine bus a very Due and 
pleasing voice. . 

— "Ills Second Time on Forth," a "musi- 
cal gaiety," In three acts, by Waller Colemuu 
Pucker, was produced for the Hist time on any 
stage at Pleasure Hay Open Air Theatre, 
Pleasure Ray, N. J., on July 17, under Ihe 
personal direction of the author. The cast 
follows: Fly by Night, Robert E. Ornhum; 
Pnlmv Days. Frank It. Hayes: Deputy Sher- 
iff, Harry Wyinan ; Juvenile, Herbert J. Car- 
ter: Hetlle-Oiir-of-Cnnrt. J. P. Tucker; Linger 
A- Willie. Murray Garner ; I'rof. Fnkenmp, 
Jack ItalTiiel ; Pat, Ell. F. McCnnn; Captain, 
.hick Itiiffiic! ; Second otllcer. Marry Brown: 
King Fuclos. Jack Ituffuel: Rig File, Matt 
(ionium : Courier, Clarence W. Hull: Wee Gen, 
George 1). Collins; Wee Gee, II, W. While; 
Angelica Goodwin. Delia Nlven ; El hoi Good, 
win, Florence Little; Wunio Slnglilgh, Henri- 
etta Tedro; A High Kicker, Benin De Vorc ; 
Mary Fnkemup, Louise Brown. 

— Knte V, Weston, who line la-en retired 
from the singe for some time, will reenter 
the profession Hie coming season. She bus 
been touring England, in-hind, Scotland, 
Wales and France, und will go to linly for 
a short lime, reluming to America In Ihe 
early Fall. . . 

— Ed S. Norton hoe been engaged for 
Sheeley ft Young's "Mnloney's Wedding Day" 
Co. 

— Belle Gold goes with, "Snperba." 

«« » — — 

iii-atiis IN i in: piiorr.HSiov. 

Lakiiy Dtwunr, the famous minstrel nnd 
comedian, died July illl, nt St. Mary's lu 
(iriiinrv. Gnlviston, Tex., from Bright'! dis- 
ease. Mr. Donley was horn In llorrlsburg, 
Tex.. Jan. Ill, IHllt. and nt Hie age of twelve 
years \\w removed to Galveston with his pa- 
rents. At an early age he showed a very 
detidcd fondness for Hie stage, nnd when 
seventeen he enjoyed qulle a local reputation 
al Galveston ns n song nud dunce performer. 
IPs career us a minstrel nates back to lN7il, 
when lie appeared nt Breinnnd's Theatre, 
Houston, Tex., for live years. He worked 
alone up to 1978, at which time he became a 
member ot the Henries Brothers Trio, In plan- 
tation sketches. The following season he os- 
socluted himself with James II. Tenbrook. 
and continued bis plantation sketches until 
18S2. He then joined Ed. H. Hheehnn, end 
the partrtershlp histed nlwut a year, After 
the termination of his partnership with Slice- 
bun he went- lo Philadelphia, uud appeared 
there for three years, lie then played on 
engagement with the Carnrross Mlnstrein, 
which lasted for two yean. In lnua Le ap- 



penri'ii with PrlmrcAi- A West as end mail, 
and wus a nieiiilirr of the Primrose ft Dock- 
stHdcr Minstrels for two veins. He appeared 
with the Moore ft Hurgrss Minstrels for two 
years at the St, .lames Theot re, London, Eng. 
Four seasons ago he ts-cniiie a memls>r of 
"The Volunteer Organist," ami remained with 
It for two jeers. From that time up to last 
November iu> appeared In vaudeville with 
his former ]utrtnrr, James H. Tenbrook. He 
was Htrlrki ii with Height's disease at Sou 
Bernardino. Cal., lust November, when he was 
compelled to give up work and return to 
Galveston in order to be with his mother and 
visiters. Mr. Iioidcy was one of the charter 
members of" the Denver Lodge, No. 17, B, P. 
o. Elks. He was also n member ot the 
Eagles. Ills mother and two sisters, all resi- 
dent.; of Galveston, survive him. 
Ma it ii: (iti.tiiiv, well known as n singing 



home In Harlem. N 



MMfe 



from heart disease. 



She was prepnrltiK to go out Ihe coming seasou 
la "The Mocking Bird." to play the role 
crested by Mabelle tlllman, end her untimely 
den |h cute short u promising career. Miss 
Gllroy wan nlmtit thirty years ot ngc, and 
began her theatrical career with the late 
cluirles II. lliiyis companies, reiuninlug with 
the Hoy t forces for seven seasons. She 
then Joined the Rich ft llurrls Co., nnd was 
afterward leading Indy ot the (ilrnrd Avenue 
Theatre Stock Co.. Philadelphia, uud the 
Bowiloln Square Stuck Co., Boston. Among 
the characters she hud played recently were ; 
Dolly. In "Mnin'selle Hawkins." and Doro- 
thy Manners, In "The Giddy Throng." Shu 
was also one of the principals lu "Ilnhes 111 
Hie Woods." BurlUK the post sennou Miss 
Gllrny niilienred on the viiudeville singe with 
success. The funeral ceremonies are (» lie held 
Thursday afternoon, Aug. II. in the ehapcl 
nt Calvary Cemetery,. where Ihe burliil will 
hike piece. A brother nud two sisters, all 
lu the theatrical business, survive her. 

'I'm: iiiinv in.' I'HAULKN G. StlVMOItH K'. G. 
Sklnueri, n ennieiuan, won found ut Pier in, 
North lllver, New York City, on Aug. 1. Ills 
wife, Rosa, made Hie ldentlllcalion by ineiins 
ot a key-ring Iseurlng Ihe nniue C. G. Sey- 
liiour. Mrs, Sk Inner said I hat she did not be- 
lieve her hiisbiitid cniiiinllled siilcldi'. hut it. 
Is generally believed that lie wilfully drowned 
himself, ns lie had been 111 poor health for 
sunn' yi-ni-s. He wns nlsiitt forty yenrs of 
age and was well known some years ago us 
an liiqiersiiiiiilor, iiiqieiulng lu Viiudeville, 
Mure recently lie hail been devoting Ills lime 
lo lyci'iiin work. Ills mother nnd wife sur- 
vive liliu. 

Gi'iiiuii) A. Itn.t,, a well known actor, died 
III ilie.cil,' Hiispltnl, lliimlllon. Can., Aug. 
, r i. lu ilestllMtc clcciiuistiinces. No truce could 
lie found of. any relatives 

Mii'iimii. Hiumi, well known as a 'cellist, 
villi Theodore Thomas' and other orchestras, 
nnd Who was loug a hand nnd orhestrn lead 
or, died suddenly in cinclunutl, O., mi Aug. 
4, aged lifly-llve yenrs. 

Lawhknck Tuni.KV, of Ihe vinii.i'vllli' team 
of the Tooleys, died Aug. S. ill the Home 
tor incurables. Fordham, N, Y., from pa- 
ralysis. For the |msl two years he had Immui 
lu llic tluirgo <if the Actors' Fund, at Hie 
above home. Ills wife, llnniiiili V. Tooley, 
who Is also In Ibe charge ut the fund, sur- 
vives blip. The remains wsre Interrisl, ti, In 
(he Actors' Fund plot, Nverjrreen Cemetery, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. , 

J.M-K Mai'ai'ixv. well known ns an in lor, 
died Aug. I at his home In Phldiilephld, 
urn r ii i Illness of three years. Heath wus 
cniiKid by paralysis. During the early pun 
of Ids pi'tifesliiniil life he was prominent 
in slock companies, und wns known ns J. 
Frank Leslie. It was while cniinrcled with 
Harry Morris, In their own company, "My 
Pnrlner," tlMIt he resumed his own iiuuie. 
His Inst engugeinem was with Hie Glrara 
Am-i.uc Slock ('ii., Philadelphia. 

Mhh. cmuiuia Haiiuison, ii pianist and 
well known singer, died June I'll. She wns 
the only sister of Mrs. It. D. Tresliniu nud 
It. s. Mci.i'isi. Interment wns In Forest 
Home Cemetery, Chicago. 

MltiNKV Vini'isnt (Mrs. Win. Klein), an 
ncirt'Hs. died nt the Santa (loan Hospital, 
Kim Anliinlo, Tex., July till, from consump- 
tion, aged forty-one years. 

Max AttMii.n, the blind comedlnn, whose 
name In private life wns Mux Hess, died 
III. a private siiiillailuiii at Clifton Heights. 
neiu Phllndi'lplilu. I'll., on Aug. 7. Ho bad 
been hi ihe Iiisllliillon for some time, suf- 
fering from paresis. He was horn lu Phllii- 
dt'lphla alxlv-two years ago nud inudn bis 
I heat Hon 1 deliiii III California, hut iiiine 
East with Dan Sully, Ihe »>medlnn. Ilu 
wits at times with llnrrlgun ft Hart, Tony 
Pastor and many farce comedy companies. 
About thirteen years ago his sight began 
lu. full, nnd an expenditure of ninny Ihuu- 
supdH of dollars failed to restore the optic 
nerve. He wns in great driutiiid as u club 
entertainer. In spite of his misfortune. 

.Minnii: Himiin.s, u singer, who wns lust, 
season In the "Miss Rob White" Co., won 
found dead from asphyxiation on Frldny uf- 
lernoou, Aug. n, nt the home ot lier sister, 
Mrs, Albert C. tleiillng. In Philadelphia. It 
appears that she retired lo her riMini curly in 
the afternoon, nnd later, when the odor of 
gas was delected In the house, she wns found 
lieuii on the bed, end tint doors and wiudov/e 
were closed. Her death was not thought to 
lie premeditated. She wns Iweuly-slx yours of 
age, nnd wus well known lu Philadelphia 
churl I ii hi u en I oil nl n men Is. 

IlKfUAMIN FllANKI.IN Rl.'TI.KII, who WIIR 

belter know an Prank Butler, died Aug. :i, 
nt River Crest Siiullurliim, Astoria, !,. L, 
N. V., where he had gone lo he treated on 
July '.'(I, suffering from brain fever. He won 
well known as n newspaper mnn, and had 
been at different, times during Ills career it 
leclurrr, nil Motor, a political njieoker, n 
iiiiigur.ini- editor, and many other things, Ilia 
mother wns Hone Kytluge, und lie wus born 
In Cairo, Egypt, In IH70. In 1HH7 he HUM 
to .this country with hln innllier. A few 
months ago hn wus married to Alice John- 
sou, who was formerly wllli the Murray Hill 
HliK'k Co., Ill New York. Ills wife, Ills 
innl her and n slslcr survive him, 

miscellaneous. 



Ciiicaoo will linve a big aiiiusn'iuittit park, 
Work on which will tw begun Immediately. 
1*11111 D. Ilowse, Joseph Ilillt'lil uud Anion J, 
Junes huvo leased for a lung turui fourteen 
Hell's of ground ill Slxlv third and South Park 
Avenue, on Ibo Hues of South Side "L," Chl- 
eagu City Ry's Slity-lhli'd Street line, und at 
Ihe northern terminus of the Calumet Electric 
HI. Ry. and Chicago Consul Muled Traction 
Cii.'h main line, Mr. Ilowse, who Is in New 
York, Is looking after all the arrangements for 
the enterprise, nnd lie announces that Ihe park 
Will Ik* completed Muy 1, 11111.1. 

.Vim's, none tiii: IIWiwn Family Show, — 
We travel In our own prlvule wugon curs, 
Willi plenty ot live stock, and are hound Air 
the coal regions, under u tent. We will make 
nil the towns In the coal ileitis, and In Hie Full 
we will travel hack to Anderson Ind., imck 
awny our Summer show and slurt our Wfnier 
show, lo play In hulls. The show will Hike 
nil towns In Ihe oil fields of Indiana. 

Mil i, i>: ciiimstim: will open her season at 
Ibe Medulla. Mo., Slate lair. Aug, lf>, under 
(lie management of F. It. lSJUz. 

La Sub, manager of the old plantation, 
With Hosa ft Smith's Carnival Co., writes : 
"We are now on our tenth week, and business 
has been line. The people are as follows: 
II. La She, alack wire act ; Wm. Wonson, 
strong man: Lottie Gray, coon aholiler; the 
Reeves, nigh class musical performer : Ma- 
dam Reeves, III mandolin solos, which are 
making q big success. Doc Reeves furnishes 
nil Hie fun. We ore now In Ohio, nnd will 
toon In- In Michigan." 

Al Diji.HiiN, press representative for 
"I'ulu'a Burning of Rome,'' baa been Hang- 



fcrrvtl trom that spcrliiclc to I heir new pyro- 
technic iirndiit'lltiii id "lliuubtirdiui'iii ut 
Port Arthur," which will be seen for the 
first time at Chicago, opening Saturday, 
Aug. til, for a run. Mr. liaison will man- 
ago one of Gun IIIH'a musical comedies the 
iiunlng season, milking his II ft Is year with 
■ he Hill product hum. 

N'iitis KJtim tiik 111.(011 Amuhkvilnt Co,— 
We received so many . answers from our 
CLtrt'KR "nil." that we are not through 
answering them yet. Business In all our 
houses Is nt high water mark all the time. 

Tin: YVIlKUKAHOt rs. in-' Hariiy UHA0Y Is 
desired by Frank L. McGarr, care of Post 
Ortlre. Pittsburg. Pa. Mr. lirndv, whoso 
noil her is In n crtllcal condition, was for- 
merly u museum lei hirer. 

N'UTKS ►'HUM CAI'T. W. D. AMKNT'D GBF.AT 

Liimsin (Jiiusr Siinw.- This makes our llf- 
leenth week out nnd business uf late has 
Is'en pheiitiineiml. At I,a l>'uyette, hid., II re- 
quired four men nt the door lo lake up the 
tickets, nnd twelve perfnrmiinreH per day 
were required to bundle the crowds. The nil- 
mission was raised, but It didn't stop them 
coming. Little Joe Alfonile. midget com- 
edian. Is making a tremendous success. Little 
llnlie Aluenl Is ulso another great favorite. 
We nre now working West. Iielng bunked in 
Chicago. Minneapolis, Oinahn ami mniiv 
ut her big cities. We will not close until 
Christinas, and look for n most prosperous 
wiisoii, 

COMMlllMKIK FtlOTH AMI NINTCU, UI'KKNIi;, 
will have for Allnutlc City, N. J., Aug. 11, 
nud nfter n visit there they will return lo 
Philadelphia and visit friends. Thev will 
then go to lliirrlshurg nud New York, nfler 
which i hey will reiiirn to Fori Wnyhe, 
hill., in rmtlr to the World's Fair, SI. Louis. 

William Tiiiit Jii., Infiuit still of Mr. ami Mrs. 
Wlllinm TmIi, ,ii,..i ut iheir limiiii ut Snow Hill, 
Mil., ,-yim. -1. , . .. 

Uiiib ihe Bin Po$im. 

Noles from Boston Local, No. 17. — II was 

vnied lint lii parade on Labor Hay, Sept, '%. 
The no nl was leiireseiiteil al Ihe Till Hill's 
tuning Hiiiulny, July ill. nl llonglis Neck, 
by President Frauk Lloyd, ICd. Curllu, Wal- 
ler Ward nnd Hnrry Peyser. Jim Gammon, 
of the I'nlliie Thetllre, the president of the 
club, eiilerlulnetl Hie niembers. Hurry Jew- 
ell has taken the position of baggage master 
nt Snow's Wharf, left vacant by Urn. Siwnr, 
who linn Joluisl the (iperu Hnumt staff fur 
Ihe season. Geo. Lewis, ot Ihe Hub, Is 
buck lu inw'ii from SI. IaiiiIs. The ofllcers 
of Mils liu nl have neccplcd the Invitation 
of John curl Is ulld will spend Sunday ut his 
camp, ut Squunlnm. Muss. John Butler, 
Dave Grlflhi, I'd. Curl In. Walter Ward, lid. 
Ilurkr, Jim Gummoii nnd Joe. Illynn, of 
Gils luciil, are members lu good slniidlng of 
Ihe Niiilunnl Alliance of Stage lliiinls. Sandy 
Mum. i, of the Globe Thi-nirc, located the 
new eight sheet hoards for the Majestic 
Theatre, for Ihe advert Islng ngent, Deo. 
Collier. Julio Mils uud hln staff, Have So 
perlor, (Turn. Spear and Frank Fnrren, are 
Idlllng Ihe opt'iilng of "Wnlf's Pnrndlne," nt 
the I iperu House, Siiliirdnv nlgtil. Then. 
Wclille. out- lliiiiiieliil secretary, bus cliar- 
tei'il ,1'in Uiiininiiu's Jiichi. the Huh o-Llnk, 
and will cruise along the North Shore with 
Itro. Curllu nud llielr fitiiillles. Frank 
Johnson Is In chiirge id Hit 1 I earns of 
Hie I'lx eels lor Laundry Co., mil II thn 
opi'iilng iif the m'iisiiii. lied llognii, Jake 
lllnifM mill Joe Yokes nre on the eight sheet 
liiianls lor Ihe Mnjesllc Theatre, Geo. Collier 

hits 1 ii eagageil by Hlalr *; Wilbur lis Oliver- 

Using ngeiu for llielr houses In Boston, uud 
will have Sandy Monro, Itnlil, Burr and Wll- 
linm Huh' for his assistants. The huitses will 
open Aug. 'i'i. Traveling iiiemhi'ls kindly 
solid their address lo II. M. Peyser, 147- 
Washlngloii Streel, Huston, Mass 

NotcM from Local No. a, — At Ihe Manhat- 
tan CiihIuo mid Park, New York, on Tuesday 
livening, Aug. ti, I. unil No. '-', of Ihe Nullouul 
Alllllloil HUT Poslers Ulld IIIIUus of America. 
held Us griiiitl annual Summer night's feu- 
llvnl. The affair wus Ihe biggest kind of n 
success. A number of tliruliTcal puuplH ul- 
l ended, . (den members of different locals, 
owing In illness, President Joseph E Pliin 
was iiii'ibln to ul (cud. Vice Preslilenl Gun 
Jl'H lie did the honors for llru. Pine. Augustus 
Ciiiipetln was the general manager of the 
t'l'Ki i vol. ussiMieii by Hurry I'oley, William Mc- 
Ciir'.liy, ciini'lcs Mangel, John Wilds, Frank 
Mcliennoll. John llnsbi'o und Will. Kelly. 
The reeepilon I'ununlllee consisted of W. J. 
Murray. (•'. Connelly, II. Sellgiuuii, P. H'lluni, 
W. Scott, F, Gallagher und T. Lyons. (Ins 
Cluipellii wns floor director, assisted by Chun, 
Mangel and Thus. Hheehail. tiro. Cliuptdln 
bus been Ideiilllled IIS manager of several 
n (Tal is of Local No. a, for Ihe heoellt of Hie 
sick und death fund at the Lociil, nnd Ilia 
present ullnlr liuu added ntiolhcr success to 
Ills list. 

The Second Annual llevlew of the National 
Alliance of BUI Poslers mill lllllers of Ameri- 
ca Is now ill course of publication, and It Is 
claimed by ibosti who have It In chiirge that 
It will be Ihe iniiHt handsoiiie piildlciiilon of 
Its kind ever Issued, Nut only will It ha u 
work of an, hut It will ulso be un Inestimable 
nnd valuable adil I Hun to one's library. The 
work of gnl boring dulu, statistics, etc, ot 
Ihe bill posting craft lu this und foreign 
count lies line been going on since the first 
of .l.iniuiry, HUM, nnd without II doubt It will 
aland out us the bent cullei Hun of news ever 
put together of Its kind. It will deal not 
only wllh Hie orguiilxallim It represents, hut 
everything that npporinlus thereto and the 
movement In lis entirely. The llevlew will 
contains one hundred mid llfly pugen, hand- 
somely illustrated throughout. The cover 
will be printed in gold und hroiixe , There 
will be given hi detail n history of each 
local III the National Alliance, together Willi 
(•ills nnd shun biographical sketches of nu- 
lliiiuil and I oki I iillleers, The piihlleutioii 
will contain Ihe slutlslicn of Ihe iinlloiiiil 
orgniilxallon from Its very liicepllon. it will 
also contain articles on the elllcncy of trade 
agreements. Ihe Increase III wages mill Im- 
proved working conditions of the craft, its 
well as i'iiiii rlliiitlons from Ihe pens of well 
known labor leaders, uniting lliem Isdiig 
Samuel (lumpers, John Mllchell, Francis 
Bobbins, J. .1. McCnrmlck, iintlomil seereliiiy 
of the Nullonnl Alliance ; P, F. Murphy, 
1 1 1 ii 1 1 inn n of the arbitration hoard of the 
Nullouul Alliance, mid iirllcles by II, .1*. Pen- 
ny uud George Lowry, proinllieiit In Ibe. alli- 
ance, together wllh edllnrlflle by Charles 
Joseph, iiiillutuil preslilenl of Hie alliance. 
nnd uiiiiierous other similler articles by lead- 
ers III labor movements. A unique feature ot 
Hiii work will be a labor novels) le. The cir- 
cuit agreement will is- discussed by prominent 
road inculmr* uud there will bo numerous 
other pithy und well seasoned sketches, cover- 
lug every depiirliiient of Hie lulsir world. It 
Will contain, ut Hie end of Ihe book, u com- 
plete directory of the locals in thn organ Izn- 
I loll, giving number nnd name of loi'iil, locav 
Hull, iitnne and address of president and sec- 
retary, also n list of nil iini'onnl onicers and 
llielr iidilresses. Charles Joseph, president 
N. A. H. P. mid II. of A., P. it. Box dill, 
Pittsburg, I'll,, or J. J. McCnrmlck. na- 
lloiinl secretary N. It, A. P, nnd II. nt A., 
Hiail Chicago Opera House Block, Chicago, 
Hi., will furnish nil other Information on llm 
subject. 

Notes from Ixical No, '». Buffalo, N. Y.— 
Rro. I Mve Mupr, who has been spending Ihe 
Summer In Buffalo, coming from Toronto, 
Can., Is a member of No, 24, and has gone 
hock to gill ready fur the opening of the 
Toronto Fair, Bru. Dnnev Mack will leave 
shoitlv |o go with the "Happy Hooligan" 
Co. The Academy opens Aug. S. wllh Joe 
Welch, In "The Peddler." The slnff ul llm 
Academy will be: (has. Howe, ngent: II. 
C. Bristol, assistant agent: Kddln Frlcknrt 
and Cbas. Hwulcxcherg, blllers. Fveiylhlng 
la In good shape lu regards to (be local. 



568 



THE DNTEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 13. 



GOOD, VERSATILE 



DRAMATIC PEOPLE 

Specialty Teams and Moving Pictures. 

JUIM AT OKOB. >' 

Address VANDYKE CO , la Crosse, Wis. 



J 



H1K < KHHFVI, HETt'IlN TO VAU0EVII.LE OP 

the 3 ST. FELIX SISTERS 

In Their Sew Skit, "MBS. MURPHY AND TUB KIDS." 

HHi HIT AT KEITH'S 14th ST. THEATRE, THIS WKKK. ON AT ».M and H.Br,. 
Address All Agent*, or 168 tfith St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Telephone 821, Bay Ridge. 



Wanted, for Culhane, Chase & Weston's Minstrels 

Comedian*, Vocalists, Dancers, Novelty Acta, High Orade Musician* who double, one Big Art to 
feature; Musicians and Singer*. JN> not Mack Wefurnlsh wardrobe for first part and parade. Stop 



at hotel 4; 39 atralght week* to competent artlsta 
lyn.N. Y. 



Address, with all particular!, lm 65fti St., Brook- 



GERTIE 



AT MBEI1TY. 



LEWIS. 

or INOENUB, 



Will oloae with the VHllamout stock Co., Wllllamsport, Pa., Aug. an. 

Address care of HOTEL HICKS, willlainijmti, 



Pa. 



$150 



BOYS HALF INTEREST IN 
Orchestra, Fine paper, etc. 
quick, for full particular!, 



CRACKER JACK FARCP, COMEDY, with Band and 
will invent | for f , Handle own money. Address 
Kl). LB CLAIR, Mansion House, Altiany, N. Y. 



VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

Booked for the montlm of August, Sep- 
tember and October over Mm CRYSTAL* 
GRAtJMAN CIRCUITS, "TUB UNITED 
VAODKVILLE ASSOCIATION" inuat scud 
their permanent addrea* to I". II. Hit All- 
STREET, SolO Hooking Agent, No, 1717 
Curtis (St., Denver, 4Jol., at onoe, as{new 
houses have lately been added to the cir- 
cuit by the association. NOTK.— We aro 
receiving dally from one to two hundred 
Idlers asking for Information In regard* 
this olrcult, ALL letters will be answered 
If stamp la enclosed for reply. In writing 
for tlmo remotubor this circuit lias sixteen 
conaoeutlvo weeks with only ono week lay 
on". State lowest salary. These are sll ten 
cent bouse* and exhorbltsnt sslary will not 
bo considered. No trios booked, except 
Aortal and Acrobatic Acts, Booked solid 
until, Oct,*. CHICAGO IIBAIH|UAUTEHB: 
Irving Tlicslrlrsl Agency, -JO Van Huron SI 



WASTED, ALL BODHD SINGING 
AND DANCING COMEDIAN. 

i.iiiir engagement Mid sure money. Must Join on 
wire" Can use Closk, Klro Dance and llluai rated 
Seng Slides |n good condition. W, H. at. Stanley, 
write me immediately In this plalnr 

llRt F. M- BT1NKR, lllado Springs, Virginia. 



WANTED. 

»d ( Oenulno 




FOUR DAYS, BEGINNING ACQ. .11. 

IATIOHAL THEATBIOaL EXCHABBE, 

Chicago Opera lloiun Bliljg., Chicago. 




WANTED AT ONCE, 

AH 'Round Perforraora for the MINNBTONKA 
mk.I). co, No. 1. All must be up In Med. Business 

and ohsnge specialties for (might*. Do not ask 
for tickets iidIori t know you. No 0. 0. 0. 
message*. Your money. in sure. The best li 

none top good for mo. _ • 

Dll. R. J. ATKINH, Rooilsburg, Sauk Co., Wis, 



a-IE 

Al EXPERIENCED 



enter 



Road or house. Union Man. Sober and reliable. 
■ • . (IKORCr. ADAMS, 

■ apt W. 7til St., Sioux C ity, Iow a. 

ItVa'n t e cl O «* l"0 ** > 

LEADING MAN 

FOB IRPEBIAL STOCK. 

Address. JOUN IHMMK1.BIN, 

, __j KoHyJsland, OWo^. 

Wiitiwr A I MedlQlne Ctmedian, also Good 

Silent IV r former who can do Traps, Slaok Wire, 
Juggling, etc., changing for week. State Just 
what, you otn do, and do uot misrepresent, People 
whb can. play or fake organ g'von preference Al. 
Mondnsllo, write. Address by letter ouly, 
J. H. ROlililNS, M«r. Oregon Mod, cm., 
■ . _j. __ a»i Master 8L, riill*., Pa._ 

WANTED, for the 

KERKHQFF DRAMATIC GO. 

Al does. EXPERIENCED AOTOR for L»Hds. 
Others, wMlo. IVAN KKRKHOFF, Manager, 
■ . Smith Centre, Kas. 



Tall Man 

For Heavies. 

JOIN AT ONCB. 

J. R. SMITH, IHgi*., 

LIMA. O. 



PICTURE 

MACHBNES. 

New and sooond Hand Stcrooptloona, Films, 
Bong Slides and Supplies. Picture machines re- 
built with all Improvements. Rheostat* any volt- 
age. Mechanical effeota for acta msdo. Expert 
repairing dono. NEW YORK FILM EXCHANGE. 
N.TOWBR, Mgr., 117 Naaaau St., New York. 

Phone MM Cortland. 



WANTED, 

A MAN OR WOMAN 

or- go 1 1 appearance, to work a Hog and Pony cir- 
cuit In Vaudevlllo; animals all well trained. Ad- 
dress 000 AND PONY CIRCUS, care of CLIPPKR. 

W AIM T AC O - - 8KETCH TE AM, 
Man and Wile, do singles and Uuuhlei, ohango 
for woek: nrg. n Players given preference; salary 
$16, joint, and oxponsca af tor Joining; no tickets. 
no wire; others, write. MODERN REMEDY t'O., 
Areola, liongis* Co., III. 



A BURLESQUE MAQIC ACT, 

* Monologues, 1 "Parodies, 21 Songs. Hunch of 
Rags, 4 Stump Speeches, l'J Sketches, all for 16o. 
ana per. aadrets. 

E. r.rONllAN. KM n. Fourih St., Phlla. 



WILL 


GARDINER 


SPVBLTV BUCK DANCER, 


J.J. Flynn Olrcul 


. Thu week, 




The Pines. Haverhill. Mass. 



HARRY 



NYE. AGENT, 

Open for coming season. Fully experienced In 
anything from repertoire to oar- show. WRITB 
OR W|R>,. MAHIETIA, 0. 

WALTER BEEMER 

AND HIS 

JiIUOLtMO UIML. 

MM Rhoades Avenuf, Chicago. 

Wanted at Onoe, 

Planlsl and Versatile comedian. Lowest flrsl 
lettsr. III.N KRICK CIIMKDIANH, llulm-sli, Ky. 

WANTED, 2 ALL 'ROUND PERFORMERS 

FOR. Mo. 4 CAMP, DR. l\ 0. SPANdl.KH 
MKDICINK HKOW. 

•PROF. FRED JORDON, Point Msnon, Pa. 



FOB UIOLE JOSH 8PBCCEBY, A0TOH8 
That double brass; Musicians for Band and Or- 
chestra, Baritone and Second violin. Trombone, 
Clarionet, Trap Drummer. Pay own hotel. Join 
ipilok. Address DAYKH, LEVIS, Oladstone, Mich., 
11; Manlallquo 13, Kacanalia IS. 

WarnWi Rant or Laasa far a Tirtn af Years, 
Summer Park or Snmmer Besort. 

I have Russian Toboggan Chute, Miniature R. It., 
Mrge Merry Oo Ronnd, Up To Date Pony Traok, 
Razzle Dazzle. Mystic Maze and a few. '.other at- 
tractions to place In same. Address, with full 
particular,, "RBBORT." Csre of CUPPER. 

\VANTED QaJTOIC, 

Repertoire People, leading Man, Heavy Man, and 
others with Hood Specialties, and to double-Band; 
also Good Band Leader, with Music, for B. and « , 
and Full Baud; good dressers on and on; <ery 
lowest salary first letlor; sll pay your own; doiri 
misrepresent; you know; no fares; Join on wire. 
MOR, STOCK COMPANY. Ballstoil. N. Y. 



Ian to Double Cornet In Band, 
1st Violin in Orchestra, 

Kleven months every year. Sure money;, food 
ireatmsnt. PATTKN A TKRRY, "Jerry From 
Kerry " Co., this woek, ureal. Barrlngton, Mass; 



THE GREATEST 
APPLAUSE WINNER 
IN VAUDEVILLE 

* * * * * * 

The Most Beautiful Sentimental Song 
Ever Produced in Minstrelsy. 
****** 

THE 8BANDE8T PICTDBE SONS 
OF THE TWENTIETH CEITDBT 



LONG 




THEM 

Ik 
AGAIN 



WANTED, 

FOR EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE CO., 

Man and Woman with Bpeulaltles that can change 
for week. Team preferred. Other people, write. 
Want Al Pianist, lady or gent. Make sltar/ftght 
ami tell all In tint . Open here Aug. IT. < '• 
HARRY C. MERKLGY, St, Johnevtllo, N. Y. 



SIDE SHOW and PLATFOBH MEN. 

For sale, the greatest money getter, the only new 
up to date attraction, Just nut. A gold mine for the 
Fairs. A big a horn, \t leg Chinese KO KAHfA-MA, 
right from port Arthur, with 8x10 Palming, fit. 
lit) with order, balance C. 0. I). I/st free, Lota of 
other stutr cheap. WM. NRL80N, j "■ 

8 Van Nonlen St.. No. Camurtdgc. Mass. 



WANTED, FOR THE 

Cornell Concert Co., 

t ■ 

A good Trap Drummer at once. Write or; wire. 
Uli III' PADDOCK.Band Loader. K'Bln, 111. 

H. II. CORN ELL A SON. 



WANTED QUICK, EiHtlenca. an. Rallalla 

RKPKRTOIRR I'KOl'I.K FOIt 1IALANCK OF HUM. 
MVR AND RF.01tl.AK 8RASON. 8TA0K DIRKC- 
TOIl; MUST DO STRONO SI'KOIALTIKS. TBI.L 
KVKKVTIIINO FIRST I.KITKlt. 

MANAORR FARM TUB ATRB, ?anesvllle, 0. 



4*>M&& 



It ha. ■titnil t-vrry te.t and pronounced 
the beat. Why not tallow the reat. 

****** 
Hcore. of prominent .Ingera .ay It I. 
their Oreata.t Hit. 

****** 
> .ilany Headlln.r. have It In rehearsal 
(tor the coming season. 

* * * * * * 
Don't overlook this as It ma> mean a 

great deal to you. 

* * * * * * 
Write Iter pamphlet containing prea* 

enmment.i alto teitliuoalal. flrem prom- 
inent ilnit'Ti who are now f.atnrlng It. 

GET IT* WHILE* IT'S NEW, 

IT'S JW8T WHAT TUB PEOPLE WANT. 
*, * * * * • * 

Prof. Copy. KHHKt Orel!., FREE. IS 
Rllrtes, t>\. Kindly Inelose late progj. 
and .tamp for mailing. 

****** 

CHAS. F. ERNST 

■USIC PUB. CO., 

(Btwios Bill.), IUIS18 CRT, Ho. 

•S «jl» >•»-• ' 



At>L pkopi.f: 

•> ENOAGBty FOR 



McFADDEN'S FLATS 

Please Heport f«r n>h*ar<ai. «t Lyric H«l», Oth Ave. and «Hd SL.Rew Vork 
Monday, Aug. 19. at M A. M., sharp. Kindly acknowledge shl. call to 



AI.L PEOPliE BRGAOBO PUR 

THE SMART SET, 

Pl.a.e Report for Belieanal. at Central Hall. 3ild Street, between Sixth and 

Seventh Avenue*. Monday, Aug. H't, at in A. M., sharp. 

Kindly acknowledge tfal. call to 

CU8 HILL, 1358 Braadwi,, Ntw Vork. 




MUSICAL TEAM AT LIBERTY FOR 1904-5. 

CHARLES H. LITTLE and CARL F. JACOBSEN, 

Piano and Violin, respectively, Small Parts, Illustrated Songs, Solo Work and Feature liver- ' 
tureB. Mr. Jaoobsen, being small for age, Billed as Child Violinist, Experienced, sight Readers, j 
Young, flood Hrcaaern, StrlcUy Moral Habits. Music a feature on S. S. Eastland, out, of Chicago, ' 
all Summer, until Sept. 6. Mr. Little, Manipulator of the big Stesrn calliope; Photos, Programs. ' 
At references from wherever we've'been, oa reiinest. Opera, Burlesque, Repertoire: perms- 1 
ncnt location; anything considered. If you are looking fir something Live In the Musical Line i 
for your attraction, consider na. What we say we do, Wti DO. If misrepresented, close is on 
orst rehearsal. Always prosperous, and can Join anyplace on the globe. Address 

• 0. H. l^ITTUB, 9ia S. Water St., CHICAGO. 



National Steok 



luppo.tlng 



Good Oen. Bus. Man with apeclalty, to do props; Al Piano Ptaver; Man with Moving Plclnre snd 
Illustrated Song OutBt; actor preferred. Olvo full description when answering.. Feature Acta that 
double psrtM and People In All Lines, write. Mention lowest for balance of Summer and next season 
which begins Sept. 16. This week Tupper Ukc, N. Y. Week Aug. 10. Norwood. N. Y. 'Address 

CHAB. HCHAP, Manager. 



A. TAT. (Jack) 



L-l 

ADDRESS 



■ NO and MEAVY BUS. 

155 W. 22d St., gj Y. City. 



SOBER BOSS CANVASMAN 

Wsnlcd at onoe to lake charge of big top, l/»N(! SF.ASON, must be experienced man, (or ANDREW 
HOWNIE'SNEW BIO SHOWS; also TWO MORE HILL POSTERS, two Banner Lithographers and Trn. 
graiiiniora. Must Join at once. Good Concert People. Also Side Show Curios. Man to Sell Concert 
and Reserve Tickets; must do concert turn, Also Singing and Talking Clown to work Inronccrl. 

Address ANDREW DOWNIE'S HEW BIO SHOWS, 

Bordentown, N. J-, Aug. 11; Burlington \'i, Riverside, Pa., 13, Media IS, West Chester is, Downlnglon 17. 



WUTED, FOR THE SEISM'S OPENING, SEPT. 4, 

SMITHS OPERA HOUSE, 

OR AND RAPIDS, MICH., 

Oood, Dp to Date iuiiu.KSkUK proiiifckr, tiood Comedians, Specially People; also Experienced 
Cnorualllrls. Address MRS; WM. II. SMITH, tirand Raplda.Mlch. 



: oo you oo ? 

Rohor, reliable people (none others lust an lioor), in all branohea, for an extended trip SoiiOj, West, 
NorthweBl and back. Two years solid. Those Doubling B. snd 0. given preference. Advance Agent, 
Clrcua Acts. Outside Attractions, Cowboy*. Canvas Men. Stale all. PRIVILEGES FOR SALE- 
Side Show, Candy, Kulfo, Canes. Japanese Hall, G>aas lllowcr, BhIIooiih and all legitimate 1 privilege,. 
" "UMENT CO., CAPT. C. W, RIG08, Presldon!, Anbury Park, N, J. 



RIGdS' AMIISEt 



RAOIXJIWI EFFECTS 

NOTICE TO mamacers and acents. 

By U. 8, patent TW.61U, Hie undersigned ha. obtained exclualve right, to the use of all costumes end 
properties for PRODUCING RADIUM or other similar otrccts In dances 'or other aula: . Negotiations 
for tho production or such effects should be made with the patentee. 

Attorney for Minn Laverd, - ■ it kI.i.k. l a x Kit n. 

BAXTER MORTON, 2(3 H'way, N. Y. , 11) E, 70tb St., N. Y.' 

WANTED, 

Two Sketch Teams, Slater Team, Novelty Act, Piano Player, Comedian to- put 
on Acta, Bos. Canva. Mas. Wonld buy SO or TOft. Top with Middle Piece, B*ats, 
Stage, Btc. Lowest .alary and all tlr.f letter. 

J E> R E> KBXNBD ^'t, 

C ANTON, N. Y. . 



Versatile Acting Soubrette, Woman for Juveniles and 

Heavies, Large Man for Characters and Heavies, 

Man for Juveniles and Light Comedy. 



tilve uge, height and weight. 



K0013RS. YOUNU A SCO'lT, 
No. 04-2 West Fair, New Philadelphia, a Ohio. 



, From Dranesville, 



AX UBBRTY 

For Faroe Comedy, Burlesque or Drama. 

8nong, Responsible. Eccentric Old Men; Light and Low Comedy; Good Pinging Voice: Al 
Monologue. Can Direct and Produce. SAM DRANB, DraneBvlllo, V*. 

Henned, Responsible comedian "Two Married Men" Co.; Responsible Comedian tins Sun 
Mlnstrela. 



MISSES IaWTELLE and SEARS, 



BOTH PLAY 

Address 



Reliable and Capable Singing and Dancing Sister Act. 

AY PARTS, BURLESQUE or MUSICAL COMEDY. RESPONSIBLE MANAjDEB 



_ MANAGERS ONLY, 
218 W. 84th ST., Now York. 



Main Street Theatre, Boonville, N. Y, 

LOCATED IN BUSINESS PORTION OF CITY. 

Lighted by ctectrlolly lliroughoiiti two new Kimball Pianos, beat billing facilities. It will- pay you to 
book this theatre when plavlug Boonville. First class attractions wanted. All dates reasonably pro- 
tooted. Under msnsgsnient of "The lluatlcts."TRAFFAItN A SAWYER. You all know them. • 



HK-BNUAUBD FOB SECOND WEEK AT OUEAMLANO. THE LAtlOIIINO HIT 

OF 1 THE SEASON. ' / "' i 

bbssib — GORDON BISTERS" mimisib 

Sf.So ??5, chlD ?^ * nd Boxing. Open for Faroe Comedy or Burleiiiue. Managers Invlied' to aee 
18 ACT. Address DREAMLAND, Coney Island, or 88, EAST 16th ST , New York OH?. 



LAMTEHrt SLIDES nr ,J "' Ml ' , ' ,,uls Exposition, Japan-Rnsslan Wiir.PolliVel tlarloons, IJ*!*''" 
"*"*"■" B "* "■ "gongs, Mr. ; Plain 20ets., Colored aoota. SPKOIAL • NO'IIUK:- 1 have 



ngf 

' 8' 



brongtit out an entirely NEW jSUK OF SLIDE, which la far superior lo a plain slide, and dealg; 
"t!?' 1 B ,", n Q0 . LD J. THURP ? 1 8 MOMOCHBOMB Lanlern Slides. Price 26ela. -To Introduce, I 
will rem 40 at »i.oo per mown. oeo. j. 00LDTMORpE,i««W^«Ui8t.,».^- 



•Si 



the t<tew Trams ttuTPmm. 



560 



Tit* Ui-ea»*t Coon Hong «v«r wHIUh. Innl.Ubl) Funny. H#r« . Mm chor^, II «M0.kB. fur MitUi 



• 9 



At yon hfcTt> ..est from the above 



"Oh, Lord, didn't you deliver Danlai rtom the llou' den 

•n.r.J^S.1. 1 K?,5 4h r, ^ B ,he ,,Mom ot lne wh»le aud (hen, 
Three Hebrew children from the Aery furnace, 

• BONO KKrF.l VB* KHOM FIVE TO SIX BNCORBN 



8o the (nod bookt do d.otare. 

Now, Lord, If yon can't help me for goortueat take don'i you help i tin bear." 



^-^'"■^"n i !■_!*_ THI8 8M ° MCWVai rROM MV » T » »«* BNCQRBN NIGHTLY. SEND FOR IT. 

MY COTTAGE HOME WHERE DEAR OLD MOTHER WAITS" 

..-».. a am » >. LUMtthi «,-,.. „i,._,. * Ballad that le a>.tln.Ml to bo suag from Caaet to Co«..». -.. ■ « 



.H01*UK," » Beautiful W.lti Ballad 

•'SHE'S A Pa A ID TO OO HOME,' 1 another 



A Ballad that le dr. lined to bo <uag from C.aaat to Co.it, 
.h"!.\. ? H P~ lt J. I '^. ! * D „ c i. ,Ht ' l" w,,h * fhoiuiHi.iwiu bo tana- bw all. •'! FIBL LIKB CRYIH'," lh. Iw.tt.il Sentimental Coon Bona; Ev»r Wrllln, 
iirianv Tmmi BgEJ l**.*— Saw Mo." "G1VB MB (UK Kl\ AND THEN I'M, SMILE." a Darkey's Characteristic Apptal for HI. Favorite Blid. 
•mtrmmt*? YOU," a Coon Sons, th. Grtatoat Hit of tho Season, and "MARY ANN," another big winner. 

FREE — l*rof«w«lonal Cnple. to Rerognlied Performer, or tho.t sending Up tn Dele Programme 
Or. ht.tra.lon, 10f. earn, or any 3 for Site. Regular Piano Copl.. to Non.Prorc..lon»l., »*«. Each. Adrtrea. all order. I» the 



NO CARDS. 



CAPITOL MUSIC HOUSE, 807-215 South High St., Columbus, Ohio. 
JOHN A. WEST, MUSICAL BROW INI IE, 



1UO. 1.1-aO. FARM THEATRE, TOLEDO) »»-»J, WONDRRLAND, DBTROIT.. 




BIG MONET MAKERS. 




B 




HADE 111 FANCY TINTS. 

•Iii.t the Thing for Street and Carnival Meu, 

Train Agents, Cirrus Fakir, and 

Summer lienor! Workers. 

PRICE $3.50 PER GROSS, 

SPECIAL PRICE I IV CASB LOTS. 

NOVELTIKS.-I have Just issued the most comp'ete desertp 

live and llluatratcd catalogue of Imported and Domestic 

NoveltleB Ever Presented to the trade. Sent Free. When II 

comes to prlceB I am "IT." I. WHITESON. Manufacturer, 

310 K. Madison Street, CHICAGO. 



ATWBBRTY, COAli\<; SEASON, 

CLEVER SISTERS McCONNELL, 

One piece or repertoire. Good line of parts, SoubrelteB, Boys and Ingenues; very strong Singing 
and uanclng'Speilaltlen. Change often II required (can be fentui a. ,. Jolt closed eight mouths 
with Flak Stock Co., and refuted contracts for continuous Summer t»nd coining Winter season with 
thatcomnany. P. 8.— Please remember the Slaters MeConuell are a good arlc>. and command u 
fslr salary. Address JAMBS W. THOMPSON (Father), 403 W. Madison St., I lat 4, Chicago, III. 



TOM GILLEN, 

FINWIGAN'S FRIEND, 

Scored another emphatic lilt at Riverside Park, Kew Brunswick, N. J., week of Aug. 1. This week 
in* s Forest Park. Waterburt. Conn, oneottlie very best of entertainer*. Address all agents, or 
B ' TOM UILLKN, cure Of WD. MORRIS, 43 W. MM SI., N. V. C. 

I'. S.— I do not STAR next season. 



iEAYMOND S. PAINE, 

Comedian and Some Characters. 

P. S — Thli ad. Appeals to Responsible Managers Only. Can Join on wire. 

r.o. i.iw vy «~ perm, addrets, CITY HOTEL, Rending. Pa. 



FOR SALE. 

Owing to bnvlng asaumed control of n city 
theatre wbirii will occupy nil of my time, 
offer for mile n comedy now on the road, a 
big success lust seaRun, company traveling In 
Us own private car. 8eanou completely 
booked In good claaR of theatres. A complete 



PEOPLE'S THEATRE, 

LOWELL, MIABBrBB. 

HARRY A. WOODWARD, - Proprietor and Manager. 

Opens the season (LABOR DAY) SKIT. I. • WANTKD, for the opening week and later, Good Vaudeville 

Acts. Sister Acta, Sketch Teams, Atlilellc and Novelty Acts. Address 

* ' * HARRY A. WOODWARD, <a Waahlnglon 81 ., Lawrence, Mats. 



HAMPTON'S LATEST SENSATION. 

Gat Looping (be Loop on Roller Skates; Leaned Boose, (he Mental 
Wonder; Troupe of Scotch Collies and Leaping Greyhounds. 

RKS AND FAIRS. 



Now at Luna Park, Cone, ...and, BIO HIT. ^^ ^^ M s J- ( ft HAMPTON, ^ 



WANTED, FOR 



BOYER * BURKE'S 



ii. 



,ND I 



Actor, who double In bra... Character Old Man, Juvenile, Singing ami Dancing aoiibrtUa. Old Maid 
character. May Wheeler, Ton. McDouotigh, Dlok Httmnan, ^fJ^fS^ V SuSS%Olim. 



Wanted, for the Greatest Medicine Co. On Earth, and 
ConereM of Physiol ans, 

Paonle in all the branches of ll.e business, WITHOUT STOCK as U^USMTOMb jMJPBlOjt. 

Piano hayer. Regard.to friends. ^eJ^gftJt^^Ollw Br.cebrldge, ont., Canada. 
P. S.-Tommy, be good to the gir ls, a'ud tente mber the daya journeying . 

r * i — — ^^-g ^= 



WILL L. WHITE, PAULINE GEARY, 



Joint engagement only. Address 



SofaVII 

Cars of ACTORS' BQOIKTY.IH W.tlth St., X. Y. City. 



J A C* vVif ttttJT&SkSHSk FERGOSOB 

A.T LIBBE.TT.-PETE and ALLIE ELMO, 



Ime of special printing nil paid for, laying on 
Kntire ontllt, Including car, will be 



shelven. 
sold cheap. 



Address 



FRED. 8. CONRAD, 

8UITK F, 402 OARDRN CITY Br^lCK, 
CHICAOO. HA. 

MUSICIANS Will), 

pea 

JOHN W. VOGEL'S 

Big City Minstrels, 

* I.TOI'IIOVK, tO Dnul.le V l..la; 

S1.IDB TIltHIUlUK, B. da O. 

Mutt Join Immediately. Wire or write, Hating 

lowest salary; I pay all. 

JNO. W. von Kb, owner aud Manager, 

Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 8 and »; Humllton, (>., II; 

Columbus, 0, 18 and 18; Newark, 0, U aud is. 

HIGH CLASS 

MAGICAL APPARATUS 

At iixiiliTirtc prices. Large stock, Immense 
variety. Illustrated Catalogue P'ree. New 
Mammoth Catalogue Just Issued. 20 r. List of 
100 bargains In tine apparutus for 2c. stamp. 
A, KO TKItmCHO, 17U Ontario St., Chicago. 

Harris Parkinson Co. 

WANTS 
0LITE1 CCABACTEB aid HEAVY 111, 

OLEVEB I0VEIILE UN, 
IAN FOB ILLWTBATED 80103. 

MUST JOIN ON W1RK, 
HOB T. P. lIARaiB, B e dford, Iml _ 

Phila. Trunk Factory, 

IB1T COLUMBIA AVENUE, 
il. A. STOUT - • • Masiager. 

SOLfi Ml 1W. OP T1IK 

Patterson IX Trunks 

■41 In. IS.TA 33 In. SO.SA 

30 In. 0.00 30 In. A.ftO 

40 In - - - - ST.90. 

...TKRM8, CASU WITH oitltKlt.... 



WANTED. VAUDEVILLE PERFORMERS. 



66 



•• 



IU8 PCRFORMANOI 



OONTINUI 

DAVENPORT. ZOWA. 

"None but the beat considered." P. A. 8ATKR. Proprietor. - - JOHN T. POWKR8, Manager. 

ARMSTRONG .V IKKLAN1), AgenU, Schiller Building, CHICAGO. 



F-AIMMIE WOOD, 

The Belltd Beabrette, Want. People TIAT OAI AOT. 

COMEDIAN with Specialty, HBAVY MAN, CIIAHAtrTKR MAN, UTILITY MAN, PROPERTY MAN Willi 
Strong Specialty, CHAltACTKR WOMAN, JUVKNILK WOMAN, ITILITY WOMAN, SKKTCII TRAM 
(play parte), State aye. height, lull particulars as In experience. Must linv<> good wardrobe ou aud 
otT. Reliable people nuly. TlON'T MISKKI'RKSKNT. Long season. OI'KN LABOR ItAY. Waekslauds. 
Addrexs BAVISuad PROIITY, c.reof Library Hill The.tr., Heuuiuclon, Vermont. 



WANTED, von 

OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY, 

Man for "Hopper;" mutt be strong; Clever 
Soubrette, wltu Specialties; must be good look- 
mr; Character W< man, Character Man, Man for 
Light Comedy; goou eupearanoe, rellubllltr and 
wardrobe, ludl pensable, Panlciilaralrst letter. 
I'av your own hotel. 

WILL P. LINItBKY. Leon, Iowa. 



Thomson ft Vandiveer's 

Circus, Menagerie and Hippodrome Tents, 

Have a record of over forty years as being superior 
In Material, Finish, Workmanship, Style, Uureull- 
Ity and Economy to all others manufactured. Ea- 
tlmaus given on application. 

No. 330-231 E THIRD ST., Cincinnati, 0. 



HIOODHFIELD UPELU HOISE, 

NEW THEATKK. OIL TOWN. 

WANTED, 000D ATTIACTIOI TOR 
WERE OF SEPT. 20. 

(FOUR WKKK8). 
Al.si) ATTRACTION TO OPEN SEASON 
AbOUT SEPT. 8. 
EARLE 0. I.EVORE, Manager, Wooilioleld, 0. 



E. 



VErlTBIlijQOaBT AND DIALECT 
ElrTBBTAIflER. 

.'WUMOTY for V^V~ CONOWlf vtfwM^^&^JSSlI?' 

AU(ll eSS ^^^^^^^_^_^^.,,.,^ > ^ > ^ > ^, > ^ t ja > J > J > J > JBa^neJS»»e»MgWa^ 

WANTED, -Two Second Hand Black Tops, 



Now Booking for Stiton 1904-05 

TliinUeiiHon. Scaling capacity, Mt>. Population, 

xihii. MlBlng and gjaaa town, 

T, W. HOTToN, Mgr., PyeHvllle, 0. 



WANTED, 

A NO. 1 SOBER. HARDWORKING 

BILL POSTER, 

For balance of thlt season and Winter season. 
W. U. ItlCKEY, Terry's Cncle Tom'. Oaliln Co., 

Madison. H. Dakota. 

AT LIBERTY, 

James Phillips. 

PXANIST. 

Thoroughly capable. Addret. 

BOX 678, Beardttown, PL 



■LIDEB ILLUSTHATIFfU TUB OHKAT 

8T. LODIS EXPOSITIOH. 

complete .et with Lecture. Send for lists'. 

FXXjilMLCaS 

QOOU COMIC, ETC., FILM8. AX80 A MOV- 
lAti I'lCTUlllC MACH1NK WAN'rED. 
If. WUITR. 81137 Walnut Plilla.. Pa. 



THE BURKE-McCANN CO. 



Eirtt OUiS Juvenile Leadins Woman. (SEND PHOTO.) 

M. McCANN, Managor, loin Clcarvlew Street, Bcrautun, ru. 
P. S.-Rekeanals begin Aug. ?.', al AltlilTORIHM, Si'HANTON, l'A. Reliable Re|>eriulre People 
write, liicatoof dlaappolniuieui. 



FOB 8ALK AT A fiiBUAT BABUA1N, 

SCENERY, COSTUMES and BAND UNIFORMS 

U8ED BT TOMMY DONNELLY'S BIN8TREL8 TBI8 SOMMBB. 

Snon.ry painted by Mills, to order. Can carry In trunk. Cmt lino, Including batons for tame. Uond 
as n •*. uai4l only a few times. Conshuanf back drop, illng .bjps.ili any vrdlnarv slago; 11 Maruou 
■ and c wit and Caps, Regulation Tronteta, also DucUPaiits. Bcveal Satin Flrsl Pari Bulls. 17ft buy. 
eui.re I).' Address, after Aug. 16. JACK W. STOKES, :IM Khhi Cattle St., Syrauuao, N. Y. 



BEACH & BOWERS' MINSTRELS 



B. and 0. LEADEKB, MUSICIANS and PRRF0RMER8. ITefcrenne given to those I'latlliR Brats. Also 
MAN WITH PICTURE MACHINE, with Moving Pictures anil Illustrated Bongs. ( Ive description or 
acts, what yon i.n and will do and lowest salary, as we haveu'l Unit •" dicker. Add.uo. 

OTIS ROWKH8. care Of IIEACII A IIOWEHS'MINBTKKLS, Mauuokeia, lowa. 
P. 8.— James Stewart and Jim Carroll, write. bbow OptuiM Mai|tiakela, l.iwu, on • r about Aug. ST. 



=P 



Hte 



ron 

SALB. 

Nlnt 



SIO. 

Oonaolldatad 



OILT 

IUUK, 



Iroi 



(In all their entirety). Olrcut, Museum, Menagerie, Hippodrome, Wild West, Horse Fair, Kill*. 
Slocks. Pnllinan Sleepers. Everything compline, Now on the mad nod showing In big b tloess, 
CLEARED more money last year than I ask for uullre plant. PROFITS lliua r-r tills teal 



, leaton more. 
fcKASttN FOR SELLING: Have money enough mii wish to retire. WILL 
■OUT Tilts NAMK. INVITATION TO PIIOSPBOTIVH BUV- 
BRSi Come and thoroughly Inspect the properly aud note thu tmalues. these show. do. Call or 
aihlrcss.iwr CLIITEII tout... SIO HAHTKLI.K. 



than half oi v Helling price 

SBLLWITII OH WITHOUT Tllsu NAMK 



VAUDEVILLE TALENT, 

For AUDITORIUM THEATRE, OBDAB BAPIBB, IA. 

RIIF ami Ol/SICK and the D'ESTELLS SISTERS, write, HHHHHTOIHK MCOIM.B IN AM. 
LIMBS, With Specialties, for UllltRAN-Mll.TON HRAMATI0 CO. NO. X lor road seaaon opeulug Sep 



tomber. Addre.s 



lea, for uilllltAN-MlbTON DRAMATiu co. NO. %. lor road aeaaiin upeulng Si 
EOWAHO CUHHAN, Mulmt.T Audllorlum Tlienlrn C«l»r Hiplds, la. 



■^ 



\ST ANTK13. 



OFFICES 

TOLKTINTHB 



Ill'USON THEATHK 
BUILDIHU. 

I WestHth SI., nesr B'w»y. 
Apply at the Thaaut. 



WHYTE'S DRAMATIC CO., 

FOR REPERTOIRE, ' 

Man for Neavlca tad Characters, Goncral Buslnuts Man; must do spuclullles; gond Agent, Plan. 

Player. Tell all lirsi letter. Semi late progra ies. I'ay your own board. People In all IIii.m, writ*. 

■' II at 



Add lest 



CHAM. I'. WIIYTK, Baton Huuge, La. 



FOR SALE— SMALL SHOW. 

Layout, 4MT0 Top, loft. Wall. Not a hole, lost llkunew. Muniue, olengllm oiler setts, n •* large 
Crank Organ, one small Folding Organ, Ticket onice, all Llghls, onn Hale Hlar, oue Cook Tent, Uxlu, 
and all nook house sturr, which Is of Hie best; on* Carryall bus, two Wugoiis one Let Howl for SUge, 
HIzeoTstsgo when open, llxli. One Haukcy Hamuas and Carl, ami l iolof Erie l.llhoa. I will oall 
altogether onny part or Humeal agreut/iacnllce for catli only. Thlatlnir la Just like new. You 
■ ■mi see It up If you colno here. Address J, J*, JLEE, 

Cure of Glass lllowort, Lundanburg, Chester Co., Pa. 
I'. 8. -Also have 1'J Side Show Manners, made by Wolf, new. loxlt. 



^W A I^T T IB x> , 

ACTS OF ALL KINDS, 

SUITABLE FOR PALI. FAIRS, UNDER LAIIGK PAVILION Th'NT; PIANO PLAYER, MUSICAL 
Aiirrt; UOOD. RELIABLE, SOIIER PEOPLE, WILLING TO WORK. A.n.,,. k ,i. w, i, . i one of III. 
Iiesi aitractionH for ii fair ground, please write. JACK POSSLEY, 

iioiug nb-ely, thank you. stanler Park. Kiln, OuL, Canada, 



LYCEUM STOCK CO. 

NOW EN ROUTE, DOING FINE BUSINESS. 

Can place good General Business Man and Woman who can 4o good speolalllea, a yosng and ambi- 
tious Agent who la not afraid ct work. OtlierOood People, wrlle. A long season and sure money to 
the right people. Write full particular* llrat latter and do not misrepresent. Week 16-bo Augmt, 
Hutchison, Kansas. , K. 0. UR OSJEAN, Manager. 

... i -^weeassatan 



BARLOW & WILSON'S 

Greater New Tork Minstrels. 

All penpto engaged with thlt company communicate at once. WANTED, Double Cats and Tuba, 
two Good Cornet., two BlugleBpeclsltle.. Also Good Tuba, Address 

BARLOW A WII.HMN. (lIMsIn Hireer. ILnbuiy, Conn. 



WANTiD. FOM 



i 



Dot Karroll Company, 

Al Comedian with specialties, Juvenile Man, Character Man and Woman, Special Feature Act; must 
play part, and change specialties; man or woman ror llluttraud »uu«- am, p«rls. silence a polite 
negative. State lowest; pay own. <T. «■'. W Kl.t'll, Mgr., N.vrbury port, Mast. 



570 



THE 3STEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 13, 



Post ftff ict 



la order In avoid nlnlakn and to 
ln«are the prompt delivery- of the 
letter* advertlned In tbla Hat, mm 
envelope plainly addressed mnat be 
• em for eaoh letter, aad a written 
Order for tie letter, HMl vrttk the 
rnll rmme and address aad the line 
el "MUMMM followed *y the sender, 
nun alao be enoloaed. 

Pleaae aaentloa the date (or n run- 
tier) of THE CLIPPEB In which the 
lettera aent for were advertised. 

LADIES' LIST. 
Anlcll. Uimc 



Ariimromr 

Ualay 
Mtkafc l-aura 

-\(bH>. MIm- ' 
Alftliiiriie. Flor, 

A : 1 1 r . M IIP. 
Assttn, Annie 

ilnlaaj i.ooi«e 
jlcatrlce. Mile, 
ftiirwh Barbara 
Brunei t. 

Juhnstrme 
Byron ft Foster 
llnr licit. Kfttb. 
Bund. Mara ' 
Bmuibiter. V». 
Baldwin, 'Lucille 

ftt-kWllll, MlKI 

lenlrl.c, Mile. 
llcrtrum, Oolly 
lll-llif. Dorothy 
Illndlcy, Klor. 
Bctrn, Millie 
Bell. Crystal 
Cam.1*ll, Helen 
Carllon, Alible 
t.'ollyer, May 
Cutty, Met*. 
Collins, Mnmle 
Charron.-Joss. 
Carpenter, F. Co 
Clausen. Dot 
Ctymer, Kilua 
Choke, Violet W 
Carle, IU 
(old. Juaulta 
Collyer, May 
Osike. Orlsstc 
Colby MM- Wm 
C'artln Merle 
Crawfi-nL K. M 
Carver, I/iidae 
< rtrlln . Bono 
Carlo, Nhw 
Carrw, Miihel 
Clare, Caroline 
Carlton. - 

Hazel. Or. 
dunstock Mum 
Carle, Iila 

Cr..lic. 1.11. 

Can-w ft 1 la ret 
Cleveland (lul<ll 
r»wrr, !.oulsc 
lic.Nevre Luy- M 
Dnyls. Pearl 
Dirabnr llee 10c 
Tj.fayo Sisters 
DitcTow. Wile 
Hay. Myrtle 
Drllmuy. Dolly 
Davis, Nana 
IK'Vlcio-. Ilsisy 
EHill. Fanny 
D'Alniti, Alma 
Uuncfctu. Nelly 
1 1 niircv, M Initio 
Druel. Mm. B. 
rtenTi*. Boltn t. 
I Will. Fanny 
KmorMon, Nell. 
Ksmonil. Flora 
lvlvili. Iii.se 
Kferott. Alice 
KrroL tlay 
Kmcnsin, Ma 
Knle<i, Hrlva 
Kit Ion. (M lie 
FJower, Prairie 
Flcisira. Bess. • 
Forrester. Holms 
Fluke. May On. 



Howe, Bejtr.r.or 
HdnUr.S. V. 
Harrington, Ed 
Haywnrd. A. D 
Herbert. W. O. 
Hnhlswurtli. O. 
Hulls. Paul 
I fill. (i. A. 
Harvey A 

Jackson 
Uarrey ft 

Howard 
Hoffman, -J. 8, 
Ilewlorscn, O.O 
Ilarrtltt. Illll 
Harris, C. K. 

Tine, ii. w. , 

Ilnaa, Bdwd. 
Harvey, Frank 



Forrester, Joalc Meredith, pearl Hsaaey, Oeo. 
Forrester, iMortlock, Alice Hermes, Oscar 

Sclma Murphy.Mri. Ms k " 
Coodaln, (Monroe, 0. B. 

lira. N. C.JlWe. Jest. 
GUI, Smile IRelftlin, Krelyn 

Ulnaon. Bessie E Nleolal. loin 
Ollnaercttl. Nliia'Nellnon, Horlena 
lllboey, Hadye Kurds, Cnrlne 
Orlener l.ou Mrs Mchola, .Marie 



Goodwin. Susie 
Gray, Alice 
Goran, Alice 
Oleason Madelln 
Gilbert, JU-sslc 
Grannon, Ha ■ 
GIIhuii. l.ottlc 
Uravlltla. Boa* 
Gran*, Mnrilia 
Hill. Maud 
Harrison, May 
fliilmcH. Grace 
llsynrae, Isda 
Herman, Selma 
lliwkes, Carrie 
lllllyer, Maude 
Hayward, Matul 
Uoirinnn, Tllllc 
Howard, EfBe 
Hendricks. Kdnn 
Hayes, Ada ' 
llurliert, Dollle 
Howard. May 
Herrmann, Adet 
Hohbs, Mazle It 
Hollls. .Stinliury 
Hunter Meriain 
Hlllwlalr. C. 
Hayes, Ada 
Itasktus, \>riui 
liunl, Isabella 
. Haywood, Klor. 
Ilaulen, Marie 
.'<inn*nii, lbo~e 
Jttcksoti «- 

Dnucjas 
Jackson ft 

Dnayhw* 
. Jewclt, airs. ric. 
Krelitniiir. II. 
Kclley ft 

Tlesntond 
Kelly, llerllti 
Kclley. 

Mra. K. 7,. R 
Keyra, l.lnle 
Kci'ann. litiln 
l.al.niin. Violet 
Lowe, HI Up 
r.ncettc. Kit. 
Leslie, Klaa 
I nu^diMi. Ilanlle 
I mure, l.rdla 
I Itllo. M. Ii. 
Irftnder, l^rraln 
M.Mar, Ada 
l^teit. Iila 
•jiiic, Ada 
l.lttleSebl Kntnia 
: Lewis, Viet. s. 
I.t-s!le. Itertlua 
1.1-slnn, KilllU 
l#slrr, Nlua ■ 
Leslie. KIsji 
l.lvltnrHtiHi. 1,11 
Ijirlor, Olca 

l.f'ils, Winnie 
l.nro. M.ixlc 
MllHiMI, 1,11. 

Mi'iit. -r,". May 
Mllliin. Isda 
Mutiro. llnsp 
MorlnulT, I inmle 
Mnittrose. lUsotle 
Mllejv Kit iv - i 
Krislvrlcka, . IMnckiy, I lisle M 

Mrs. W. Mlildk-loit. 
I'rnnklln, llrlla Gladya 

Kerrwson Mrs.II Major Sisters 
l'raitklvu .Mlfcliell. Ilcwe 

•' ' RIslersrMuJnr Hlslers 
Kranck, Delta (MadiMii. . Auitu 

C.KNTl.r.ME.V'S LIST. 



I- ■.Mllilit. Mile. 
Kitrtirtv»>, KHn« 



ltalda 

Oatraatt, 

Mm. T. 1. 
Porter, Alice 
Phelps, Mae 
Perry, Jennie 
Pnraon Hlslers 
Pettla Mra,- J.B 
Palmer, Allie 
Palmer, flabc 
Palmer, Melba 
Pet i is, Mrs.J.D. 
"rice, I.. D. 

Intikii. Mt:;e, 
Quitdan, (lei t. 
Heyman, Mtella 
rUmsoy alaicra 
Itelcli, 

Mrs. Felix 
need. Atina 
Bartilln*.' ('arrle 
Rotli, Kate 
lliisscll. Nella 
Heed, Anna 
Russell, Lll, 
timer. .Mile 
■ioffe, Ii. 
nunc, tin to 
Itiymond, I^ona 
Raymond Mrs.J 
Rolll. Kallierlnc 
Itaymoinl, Pearl 
l'tymonrf Viola 
Itntit. Kruestltte 
RnleUli, Jean 
Smith Bella 13c 
*awlolle, V.-i. 
«yl»e«ler. Nell 
Hlteldon. Viola 
rtnnirer, Jess. 
rttnltb, Klbel 
Shattuck, Tntly 
rll-aw. (Iladys 
Rtetson. Pearl 
Nliockley Unwll 
rihelton, Tlllk- 
Hitnrent, May 
Sidney, Kdun 
ftewnnl, llaltle 
.Siinimerk. Kdytli 
SIohm, tirace 

Snutelle. Mnr. 
Ttillcr. l.'tliel 
Turner, Clara 
Taylor, Irene 
Taylor, Krna 
Tlieo, K. 
VniiiCiips, Mrs. 
\ icinrln. Klla 
Vnsaar S*l«teri 
Vlvctt, (Jnsale 
VunUiiic, )m. 
Vlnlen, Mrs. !«. 
rtDrgna, 1'Mliii 
VnnTossell Cora 
Wynne, Mnna 

mm*, Kva 

Ward, Kvii 
Wilbur, llnlw 
WiksIs, Kale 
Wyritir, Motis 
WlllHtr, Dolly 
Ward, Kva 
Wren. Dell. • 
Wrlirhl. Hertlin 
Wlilleuiiire MlaM 
Wells. Trlxy 
Wlillnry. I.I!. 
Voim«r. Irene 
Zenla. Mile. 
Zlinmer, Alice 



'Arlanw.' J. it 
Aller, Joe 
Allen, Kslptr 
ApKT. Coin. \ 
.tahievi Herb 
AbeSrV. limls 
.t.Whjf. l'nink 
'Adams ft rXwila 
Ancllottl. O. S. 
AruoM. II. R. 
Antntmts ft 
AS.tr : While 
Ainrell, J. M. 
Arnold siock Co 
AMnln. Wall'." 
Allen. V M. 
Ashley. M. K. 
Ail.iiiilnl,, A. II. 
.fleas mler. Win. 
Anderson. A"- 
Arnstlniiuj, "Kd. 
UrotiEliloiT. ltlcb 
Itolhner. On" 
Ivuhute. \V..ft I. 
nnrlt. B t>. 
• nremka. Joe 
llllti. K. B. 
Hlntrham. Ktta. 
Mrooks, Geo. 
rV.irtnn. 4. II. 
Festivlck. II. 1, 
Brooks. J. M. 
Blaney, 11. «'. 
ITariiiiin. Jiis. 
Honda, Hemline 
llalsley, J. A. 
ltotlmen>, Nul 
Brandon, W; Ii. 
Bean a 

11, i nil I ton 
llreexe, I'sl'iiuml 
luiwen, 0.1'. 
BerleN, A. 
llcrst, K. IV 
llunw, I". B. 
Itulfcer. O. T. 
llnwera. Oils 
Burns;" •liar. 
Brennnu, Titos, 
ltalhrlek. U. B. 
llerimielns. 'Ilic 
Belli on. H. & M. 
Hueley. liar, 
.Burton. H-. { ■ 
nnrK*es. Nell 
Ker*. I.. M. 
llruas * '""a 
Birrtoti. -K. It. 
Burkhart ft r 
Berry 
rtivHiit. KiiKViie 
Bliss, liar. 
Belasco, Wall. 
Brooks. 1. M. 
Beatt Sllrttnlllon 
•Hauler. Jno. 
Bur ton ft Brooks 
Baiualr, Mar. 
Beauett. Sam 
Brooks. FjI. 
Bell. KHUy 
l>clelalre Bw. 
Beekwlth: 1-ew 
Bunt,.M: V: 
Broiiks. Max i 

IS Art ■ 



Cllntm AWllson 
Colby IVuiiily 
Ciim|ils'lt, J. CJ. 
Cnnbni, Jack 
Cillietl, I'lll. 
Carew, ft llnri-s 
Najr F.'T. . 
Oasad an e i eiar 
Cnlien, L 
Collins. H. P.lc 
llrawfnnl, Kd.nr 
Curtis ft AiMntrt 
Collins, A. W. 
Cocvla. A. 
nihtirn. t'.. |». 
Carney, "us 

(."iSllotl. J. I- 

Clayton. Jenkins 

ft JllH|sT, ll.C 

C«rr>". tleo. 
Chirks, II.' W, 
t'jilbv ft Way 
Itaaaav K. w. 

Connors. J. 1. 
Ciiinerson. Stew 
Cuniilnphniu ft 

Oovrney 
Ciiatellnl ft Hall 
Clark, Bill 
Clirlslle, F. M 
■VhiiiiIm. I'inuk 
Cbarlea. liar. 
Coltnti ft Durum 
funis, M. B. 
Clayl.m. Fred 
Crane, Nut 
Cole, A. 11. 
t>iffrlu, Wm. 
Cotiwell ft 



Kfni'iinl Kdtvln 
F.ldoii, (I. II. 
F.urle ft NaUor 
l'Vens, (icii. 
rVrloo. It. i. 
BveVett ftlbiiiro 

Ktliesl, C.Ml 

Flwiiisl, Prince 
F.Tans, Kit. 
fthranls. C. V. 
Knsrls. F. J. 
Fields, liar. 
Franklin. 11. A. 
Farrell, Frank 



Hainlllon, Jos, 
Il.iye. Hayilcn 
Haana, Wra. 
Ilannnond. C. L. 
llenrutii. F. K. 
Illllman, Cliaa. 
Harmes, K. T. 
Hathaway. OS. 
Ilolilaworth. O. 
llawley, Frank 
Hoey 4 Lee 
Ilaymnnv. Jack 
Hlntt, W. S. 
Henaebel, F. K. 
Hindus. Joe 
Harper. I*. S. 
llsaooek, C. P. 
Hareonrt AtKnnc 
llnmlllon, Jos, 
llnlmiit. M. K. 
Harp. J. A. 
Ilownrrl Jr.. W 
lleiHK'rsiiu. It. 
Ilarrlnatun, Alt 
IIIkkIiis, Tboa 
Heath. C. (I. 
Jllrscbnrn, (leo. 
llamlsirx, Phil 
Hayman, Jack 
Harsted. D. 
Hunter* Mooney 
Irrlnr. H. J. 
Irrlng. Cbas. 
loiliolT, Conn tt 
Corlnne 
Jameson, Frank 
JennlnKS. W. 
Jackson ft 

Douglas? 

JoklMOll, .J. 

Jones, Irr. 
Joi'ilau. Itar. 
Jeltiismi, Mer. 
Johnson, Wm. A 

JullllMin, O. C, 
■TohllKOII. F. K. 

Jnlms. O.- F-- 
Jnfiuson, F. W. 
Jarretle. Har. 
Koher. Walt.. 

Kceiuiu. -Iiiu. 

Kirk, .Irs. 

KtiH|m, Har.' 

Klnm ( Jutr. ) 

Kyuea CsiinersCo 

Kant. K. G. 

Kln«. J. II. . 

K Inner. J. O. 

Kin,-. B. C. 

Kenu. Will 

Milan, Wm. 

Kennedy, J. J. 

Kelly ft Vlolctte 

Kralou, Har. 

Klines, The 

Kelly AVbdette 

Kralon, Har. 

Kaufman. Geo 

l.el«h Bros. 
1 n Pel I. Mack 
l.Mlilmnii. W, P. 
tars* rill 
lee, JIIU. 
1 en i, Alex. 
I. It el inn si Prince 
I n timer. Har. 
1 uiles, J. O. 
Lucky Bill. — 
Ijiurenee, \\'n. 
I.i-chilr. Wm. 
Lunar, Ilcimooi 
l.nlloo, • — 
liuud. Oeo. 
1 i-ssi-is, Mr. 
l.nrkla. J. 
I tint, Mitr. 
I.elxh Broa. . 
Utlnn. Wall. 
Lewis 4 Cliaptn 
l.elir k Williams 
LnVatl. tiis. 
I.lla, Urn. 
1 ii.'im, 0. "W. 
l.n'n.in.v. WW, 
l.eOlBlr. Jiai." 
Ij-(lriiu'le. Hie 
i elanil. 3. A. 
Issm, Bert 
Istssrtike, HernL 
I isku (.si, K. 
I sslle. llerli, 
Ijwan. V. W. 
Lynch, J. W. 
t.ultell, I>. II, 
I clitli. Max 

>nl 



Mack. C. D. 
McOIll ft. "• 

6iil|.ra»n 
Mooney ft" ' 

Holbein 
Morgan. Kdrtd 
Martin ft Qulm 
Mldcley Jr. dag. 
Afllsleal 4 
JhrslmL, Jack 
jlaek. Kd. 
Illrks. B. W. 
Hltehcll. I. A. 
MelU'n, Jack 
Monohom, Cites. 
MIX, Claytnti 
Mortimer, Chaa. 
Maynard, Frank 
.McKenua, Tom 
.Mozart, Henry 
Murphy 4 

Wlll.'.rd 
Marlowe, Jas. 
McQttetty. Hoae 
McLaln. W. T. 
Mclntoab. F. W 
SlcCloskey, II. J 
McAllister. T.A 
Menriello, Alliert 
Mysllle, L. H. 
McBae, Bruce 
Maek. II. K. 
Mnrray ft 

Femunon 
Mack, Tom 
Mttslr.il 4 
MclTllle, Har. 
Matollp, Lear 



SeltrdJ. Goo. 
Sllrreol. Hero. 

anmUjt. Oacar 
ilmnim, A. Q. 
Sally, Oeo. 
Slrnnx, l<nt 
Bee, 0. B. 
(llrooials, Jack 
rttilsselT. Mr. 
Sims. Jay 
rfenw, O. W. 
Strausn, llcrin. 
ftuuley. Joe 
sheau,. Will 
Shea, T. T. 
Slock, T, V. 
Slereusoti.i Freil 
Sniltli. W. 11. 
Stewart 4 Hoyt 
Smlletta Family 
Shepard, Archie 
HI rock, J. M. 
SterTatis. Loula 
Shelton, Olllc 
Ft'lblnl ftOrorlnl 
Sbarpley. Bdw. 
staler. Mail. 
Sanro. — • 
Miner. F. M. 
Wiawa, Aerlel 
Mory, S. J. 
Storm, Max 
sterena, I^o 
Mats, K. W. 
Stewart 4 

Baymonil 
Slilllliig. Oarl 
ftTilck, Fnsl 



y .' 



OHIO. 



•Cincinnati.— Lwal rninaeera are busily 
enKatrer] In ptittlna; their playhouses In shape 
(or toe Inauguration of the seaaoa 1lr04-'GT> 
llenek'a Opera House and the I'cni ' 
he. the Ural to opeD, Ibe scuson 
Aue. M. 

CiiKsnii 1'AriK (I. M. Martin, manager) 
'■The French " 
opera company 



of T: Tommy lUyea. Morrla Uanley. Berth* Adellna narlerto are jmlltltjl 1., pralm- fnr 
Now Ilttai-ell, anrf Miller and Kreaco. - aP* ^Sa-r.-J9if *tnLW 9 * play iZ 

Avon Pauk (Joe Weaa, mannirer).— Veek up to the stantlnrrl cstad shed early In ikl 

Htiainetiti Is excellent, —nip ,' h *, 

lINTABlo Burn V\*K <John J. cm,,. 



of Aug. 1 Introduced Mr. and Mr*. Gardner, •?»<«;»•• H 

In (belr comedy. "Am I Your Wife/' the tian 8-13, 
■nlr/i w i chHiiiabiia Mexlcnn Troultadours. •■ Uielr 0«ta» o Urn 

beariaaTaa crlslnal alnalnp and tlnnelne spee""«/. iV 1 ^"'^LI^lJ 1 - J^FI'J'l'.' 1 -'"'^ ,""' 

beginning, j^.^^ ^ffi-np,,. week of Atie. 1 : The nu>: r nM fohwoya tthoiif Ilhltrl aire ,1,1,1 

,„.naaer)^- »»»y l'"»m»y. comwly singing nncl dancing: attracting crowds to this justly |«. p „| llr '" "» 

r Aii-» 7 i itt uwk the com. MccHiinM (.Irnrd nnd, (>*r(lncr. in Jjooty m 

\ ••sS-„i'-..„Vo^ *«Sf ion r. »nd ll.e Plnmbnd :» .atorriji nnd Day. as- Bttl 




-WWrfrlE 8 J'£ , "? r8 rarnlfai, ,,t (ii P11 

as- Hnven, was 1 lirutight to a close In n bln/e . J 

H nd glory, night of Aug. 0. The atlentl,,,,,/ ''' 

_.a. greater than bad been nnllclpnirtl. ami . 

reprc- handaome sum was lenlJzed.for tlto iiurts.^ 

, w.ts for which Lhe carnival was held. ^ 

, - ■ lun'a ap- • 

ra,- i«, .vi. i\ v rtark manamrl pearanee for some time In December Albany. — At Ilarruanua Iilecrker Hoi 

tm^ilSt^m^SSmtVSSSSSi '" S """" "* '"' ""*■" ,n — — « » '* J "«-»- — — •-'- 

bill In the Com'o Theatre Aug. T. Others are 
Jeanle and Rllsworth and Frey and Allen. 

Thb - S5oo '(Walter Draper," secretary) — 
Itocerelu'a Band, of I'lttaburg. comes Aug. 
7. Hncceedlng "Scbmlttlc's Band," which 
'losed a " »iiccpsr(u1 engagement last week, 



T. T. Hook left for Detroit to commence re- (fi. R. Jacobs, manager) this theatre i.. 
lienrsal with the _ "On the Suwanee _ Ulvcr" crowded Aug. 3, when. Lew liocksimJer ■« 



Co., In irhtch He 'has been assigned the part Minstrels gave two performances k„L 

of the atlser.. .'.Artor'John rrice* left 7 'for body' applauded the show. The next aiirii' 

New York, and will again engage with Our tlon will be Edna Wallace Hopper ami 

Illll ...It has been authentically an- strong vaudeville company, aprearln- n 

noil need that Joe Weber will return to I'Rocion's TMbitbi (Howard Orahnm 

•!n^rM°PoTo'^ah» U clo^TtsTmtaTOmenrr^ Youngatown and reassume the management resident manager) .—The opening attracting 

Marco ioio also cioseo its engagement last rf the . Pgrk The , tre fhe comlTl g 8e ason, and here 1 and week. ''A Bachelor's Howvmonn* 



week 

lA'niow Lacckin (J. J. Weaver, manager). 
—The vaudeville bill In the Bustle Theatre, «"• The arrangement meets 
Aag. 7, Includes: Carlos D. Myers, Leonxo, approval. ' 

Iteasennelt and Newman, Trolley Car Trio, ' 

nnd Belle Belmont. 



loneymooo,"' 



Charles Lillian will return as stage mana- drew very large audiences, notwlthsfnniih,. 

with general the warm weather. This theatre now pre 
sen's n very^bandaome appearance. "Itivai 



re now 

Candidates" 8-13. 
Dnyton.-At the National Theatre (611 F-ttcrnic Tabic Is now In the height of 

*-vfir Mp snit Xfes Atct Yr...~i .7 . ■* 



MeVean, Unfit. I'Kherman. Ilatlidi 



i-arreii, i< rank LuCrnli I'm 
■Iseher, O. L. >|, r nii. Frank 



(UkcIs, A. 
t'liimwell, C. F 
ParMy, w. « 
tvtti. w. s. 

Cllve, HiHiry 

Curios Doits 
Collllis, Ism) 
Ulitlle.v. W. J. 
Ctinlwell. Ttioa, 
Ctilliy Family 
Curiiculor. II. B. 
Clarke. C. A. 
Davenport, Har 
nibble. L. II. 
naslilell. Will 
lv»aiill. Har. 
I i|\on, A. 'J. 
IHsuli & II.UI'.CS 

lilamniHt. J. 

lliivls, C, <>. 

li.iwcs. Will 
Hondo, Phil 
Dlrey. Kilivln 
Oiinlols, VlH.lt 
Disiiie. Allen 
Dan*|s>rt. A.J 
IVnuglas-H. C. W 
I to Intel I, v, Tori 
DeMomle. Cliea 
Hockstaiter W.L 
Ihtwanu. Ben M* 
Hcamond Trio 
DitgaH. Tiffany 
IH>nfli, Aitntst 
Dnretn. Pldl 
Dinilnp. J. J. 
iDTlluKhnh" l'rof|ti|\oii. Heurr 



Brimn ftWrlalit Hekln. Ii, J. 



Brlnkley. 1»*< 
Bmniell. Frnl 
.Byines, .luck 
Breniiau. Jeo. 
Bnilelt. M. 
Bern. Plnard 

Musical Trki 
Boyd. K. K- 
Bilker, fleo. 
BurrtiWs. 0.4M. 
chntr.plln. O. K. 
Clark. Victor 
Carlton, Art. 
CIkiiiIo. Har. " 

U«mui, Jack 



lHiiio.'.iue J. W. 
Haly. Manrlis- 

}l|ln|>le 4 Hex 
il.itiKinds. ;t 
HeSoln. Merrill 
[lel.orL' Har. 
Hale, r.inesl 
Donablson, (lit 
Pale. W- i(. 
Huvcri The 
Deiiel. Jno. 
nrTWa rno. " Will 
Dovle. J. A. 
ncHnrt Cont.Co 
KlUvl. « KvC 



Ferenca. S. 

Flehl.c. W. T. 

Flaag. W. J. 

Fisher 4 

JoHiiton 

Frnnkllu, fills 

Fullmer, cluis. 

Fnceii, nnriiey 

Fleming, Carl 

Flytiit, H. A. 

Foster. W. A.J. 

Farrell, Jno. 

IVrgitsnu, Jack, 

Finney, J. L. 

Ferguson 4 

Ilecsiiu 

FllelK-tte ft " 

l.vnch 

Fisher. I'. D. 

For, «. F. 

I'rleliis, Tl.rw. 

Finch. Ii. I« 

llshi-r. Perkins 
llitiitrr Floyd, Paul 

Font. Yt\. 

Fmlerlcks. W.S 
llllmiire, Barney 
Haulers, The 
i i nit n on, K. N. 
Itlffeii. B. I.. 
On«iry, Frank 
(ionlon, liar. ' 
t; in hi 01, i'itiI. 
Illenrvy. J. It. 
lilllelle, Fslwil. 
tiarrelt 4 

Aiiitetson 
Om.v, «. a 
OleitsTi. L. W. 
Cnittlers. The 
del i n ro, w.-s. 
tiruily. It. ,o. 
ilbuiBelil. Oe... 
(tales. Frank 
Crew. Masiai 
lielatt. W. II. 
Oerartl. Fnierla 
Oatnioin. TKo 
lientry, J. W. 
lilhnih. J. O. 
ctrlevcs, Jnn. 
tiourluy Brtst. 
PaaBte. Barney 
Ooldsmltli m 

Hoptie 
nilday. Mac 
(lottlob, Fre.1 . 
Oelntt. W. II. 
Huntley, Jaa.- 
Hills. J."F. 
lliHtnian. W. F. 
Manser. Tlins. 
Him 



Mnrtell. Har, 
Mi-yillnn, W. J, 
Mclntytv. W.J. 
Miller. F. F. 
Mayer 4 • 

Ci.i-loiui 
MeDounlil, An-h 



MlUer, O. A. 
Mac. Jack 
McDonald. Arch 
Hackle," J. J. 
MeBrldc. Har. 
Maaa, V. V. 
McCne. W. H. 
MrTahott, Ben 
Murray. Frank 
Meyers, Kd, 
Mix, "3. A. ■ . 
McDonald, W.J, 
Montgomery. II. 
Mortimer Cltas. 
Mooney, Jlui 
Myer. Win. 
Vorworth. Jack 
Nelson, Billy 
Noon. J. R. 
Keweemb, R. W 
Nlcndem, O. 
Newman. A. C 
Nairn: "W. B. 
Newman. Mr. 

Newell 4' Nlhlo 

Norrls. Wesley 

til In, Will 

Ohio, B. 

Peiiisrr Twins 

Price. J. B. 

Parker. Jack 

Purkall, Cart 

Pnytun. Mr. 

Palmer. W. A. 

Pnnl. Oscar 

Puylon. Isaac 

Price, J. W. 

Percirsj, — 

I'arklu, Harry 

Price, 11.- M. 

Phillips, Ben 

PhrkiT. Jas. 

Peak. Oeo. 

Park. O. W. 

Fyke. O. M. 

Piirento, Oeo. 

PblllltM, Jno. 

Price. HII lv 

Popper. Cliaa. 

Porter Jr. Wm, 

I'opprscii, Oeo. 

Plillllp's, Jno. 

Qulnu. C. C. 

Itoualdo. Ivlwd. 

Hlley, B. J. 

Hlnra. Ben 

Ko.s. Ciiiis. 

Uoe. W. M. 

Bay. Jnn. 

Itoae, Julian 

RnyncR, O. W. 

Ivoyer. Archie 

Hisjvea, Henry 

Hoxlnos. Messrs. 

Itrynolds. AValt 

Itoalno. Joe 

Iti se K. F. 

Lltclile. Archie 
lieyiiolils, Luke 
Iteihllng. Knrl' 
Hynn. C. J. 
Itiarcri', J. K, 
luiulaiid 4 

. ..Clirronl 
niiyUlotie. Fralu 
Bellly, W. P. 
Brad, II J. 
KoIktIs. Tins'. 
Botiitdo. dinrlle 
juihliisoti. Ii. B. 
Beril. Cliss. 
Illdlxjis. Fr.mk 
Ilbbllisoll. II. I. 
Key,, II. J, r. 
Itleh. S. 

Horhc, -M. H. • 
llyiiti. Id Is' 



Naws NotBB.— Manager Havlin returned lliirrows. manager) "The Show Girl" Is favor. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Murnhy, imhnff. 
from" Ometin., Mich:. laat week, and then announced for the opening of this! house, Conn Co., Johnson and Wells, Marlon Gar- 
left for 8t Louis. From there he will go : to Aug. 15-17. 

Near York to meet Manager ' Balnfortli, to Lakcsidk Park (Jas. A. Kirk, manager). 

Tynan, Brandon complete arrangements fnr the season at the — Bnrtjett and Collins, and Clarice Temple- 

Thnraton. Har. Grand, which will open early in September, ton entertained good crowds Aug. 1 and 

Prnf. Plero Adolfn Tlrendclll returned week, -• The Three Krans Sisters and the 

Musical Johnsons are announced for week 



lenbrooke, Mr. 



son, and Chinese Johnny Williams. 

- — <«» 

MISSOURI, 



Tourley Bros. 
Taft, Murry.JOc 
TlmmotiK, O. II. 
Toole, J. E. 
todt. Wm. 
Taylor, J. H. 
Tbomiia, Wm. 
Tessjlcr, Wad 
Tucker. ■ Jac. 
Tlieo. Jack 

'rban. Frank 
Vino, Wm. 
Valdlnxa, 3 
Vint Dike, II. W 
Vans, V. V. 
Watson, I«w 
Weber... W. II. 
Woodward. V.P. 
Watson, rt. P. 
WIlBlrH Bros. 
\VH»ie>. Clias, 
Wallace. J. T>, 



to this city from London, where he bas 
been directing the opera orchestra for 
several months Mary Hall, who recent- 
ly married Dr. Charles Tabb I'earce, of tills 



of Aug. T. 
'FaibVibw PauiC ( 



; t . K ^""r"5 ?"r— At the Glllls Opera Hotisc 
M S. Brigham. manager) this Jaaan Wa8 

IK. nmaf hntiB. .a «»«». .... . . "S 



is_-s. — - — i_i.i»_ 'he flrat house to start the season of limj 

Frank Melville, bookln»» lfjfl,-,. July 30 was the date and Sraaa* 

r week of 1 was Duffy, & Prlngle'a MIMtreln was the opening iltr ,c 

nawiene anil iinny. Martln^and Qnlgr, St. t | on . \ gcoi houge wa8 on S and I, il 

1°*?. "H*J« * e » re . "» Buwcll, and La nel%g throiirrhout the week eon?in,S.d S 



agent). — The bill for week 01 1 was: vuny, * Prlncle'ft'Mlttatrphi was fhi'n^n'i-^",'.'.'""" 

city, has announced her Intention of re- Rawtelle and Dnffy. Martin and Qnlgg, St. "on A eood house was on S 1? ™i 

turning to the stage this season. She will John and Lc Fevte, Ida Busscll, and La „"£ throii i-hout ^ the week con tin, ,?d 'S" 

leave ahorlly for N*ew Ydrk to fulfill a con- Petite Grace. ^ nerformence was f,?uv 5« ,„' ^ . K00<1 ," 

tract made with Cbas. Frobmaa before her Notbs.— The Haskell Indian Band la standard of thla mlnirrei ™mm«v 5'.'" 1 

marriage. This season will probably be her Iiooked for the park week of Aug. 7.' B ( ™™j Carter's T"The Flirn n^Ar^" ,,lB- 

laat. Jr. ...Michael Brand, the" well known Johnny Le Fevrc, the clever little dancer g?i3 ' co,nM 

'cellist and bandmaster, was found dead at who did a turn at the Casino last week 

his home In this city last week. Death was with Fra'nkle St John, la a Dayton boy, 

due to apoplexy, (le was fifty-live years of and his host of friends In this city have 

age, - and. was one of the best known mtt- been turning out loyally to see him. 
Ician " 



Hlclans'ln the West and 'was* the leader of 
1 he famous Cincinnati Orchestra . . . i . . Ida 
Orton. an nrtross, of tbis city. Is III at the 
City Hospital. .. . Kmanuel Hernandez, mem- 
ber of the Haskell Indian Band, which played 
Welsr & Collins at Coney Island Inst week, bad a narrow 
escape from drowning. He was rescued Just 



n S Arrow" comes 

K ottBa Z, BB».<<*» Selllnger, manager). 
rr A . &1 od . b " dre "' S<x>i orowds to linn: 
kln3' Theatre last week. The acts were" Pa 
nlnta, In her beautiful myriad dances-' ,\l 
Lawrence, the mimic: the Bader Bros, sine: 



Toledo — At the Casino Theatre (Otto era; the Bappo Sisters, dancers; the Four 

Klh eg, manager) last week's bill was first Blar.os. acrobats, and A. P. Itostaw, ven- 

rlnss," and the attendance was big. For Aug. trlloqnlst. The new comers week of 8 will 

7 and week: The Three MerrlHg, Macnrt'a '* : Bulh Nella, Madame Sousa, Marro 

dogi and monkeys, Jerome-Meredith and com- Twins, Johnson, Dsvenjbrt and Lorella. 

as he was altoot to "go down for the'tfiird &&***%"* DanClDg D ° Jl '' M ' pTnlnta!" 1 Bambard ' and the "»comJ week of 

timo " . " Farm Theater (Lonla Hanner, proprlc- EiJKtmc Paiik (Sam Benjamin, mana- 

tor).— A well balanced bill was given laat ger).— Sorrentlno nnd his Banda' Boasa con- 

Cleveland. — At the Colonial (Drew & week, and business was good. For 7 and " nn e to draw Immense crowds. In the Ger. 

Campbell, managers) "Miss HohUs" Is lite week : Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Crnnc, Wynne m , an village the acts were : Pauline Westerley 

otTerlng the current week, by the Vaugban' Wlnalow, the Itonaldos. Paul Barnes, Mr. and Martin Bros., Arthur Hahn and Pierce atni 

(•laser Stock Co. "The Man from Mexico" Mrs. Allison, and Hnllen and Hughes. RoHlyn. On the electric fountain, "The llom- 

Wrlant' Frist packed the bouse at every performance week Bellkvdb Park (J. W. McCormlck, mana- bardment of Port Arthur" was added as a 

Water*. 'Tom ofAng. 1. "The Amazons'' week of 15. ger).— Business was fair last week. feature. 



Whitney, W. I 
Wataon, C. P. 
While, F. O. 
Webb. II. I.. 
Waiters, Fred 
Warden. Wm. 
Wright, Kdwd. 
WMfeV Vic. 
Warren. W. J 



Waters. 'Torn 
Whiteside. W. 
Wright." O. fl. 



Ci.EVBLAsn (J, K. Cookson, manager). — 
"Wedded, But No Wife" la the attraction the 



Sportsman's Park (Walter Sanford, matt- 
Mnnsflcld.— At Ijike Park Caalno (B. B. n„?Ii"i.a M.'rJ'^LP 11 ^ " f 1 ' 0n,n < 1 '" *"l 




Wiiliersi Fred 
While, Tom 
Wliun, The 
Wolfe, J. A. 
Wlnne. J. M. 



given by the Faetkenheuer Opera Co. the ISmmTmm^UmVCn^DmmmtSmm^ S 111 °P° n ltg . ^""Jt « 'H. with "The 

current week "The Mikado" was well" their -lectures ami InetV.lctfou Sn bc^utv B'Tgomaster.". ... .The Auditorium ..pom,- „n 

rendered, nnd drew big houses week of 1-C. culture, etc into this weeks bin on 11 A "8' - 1 - w!Ml " A ,, ' rlcn(1 ™* lh p Family.".... 

"Fra Dlavolo" week of 15. matinee, oniy to women V' e Wl1 " 8 Wood "P* 09 Au «- 25, with Klltel 

g*UBglaj1 i_1alai«sy U Kiala. manager). Memorial Opera Honsa (Bowers A Mick- »Ji y , mor , : "!, ld tlle .ri entTJry l "P*" 8 nn - s - 




Waters. Kretl 

Wltltlebl & 



Wllkese, l^sui 
Walker ftSclmck 
WHeht, Fslnd. 
WllliHu Tore. 
Wisul, fleo. 
Watfon.O. P. 
M'lnscUennHit, 

W. F. 
West, Kd. 
Wiil.iu, C. B. 
Wstsfin, SmiiiL 
Wrlcht, Fnsl 
Wllllnms. Burt 

M lielaii O. O. 

While. It. II. 
Wlhrh. Mat- 
Wi.,.l, C. II 



Manhattan Bbacu (Harry Tudor, mnna- j?. r i ( ,^;*' h ?J > ^' t Jii , i r J m nS age ,L 1 T Mk , o( 
K er). — F no weather and cooil acts nttrnrfeil Ju y ? I .* n 7 h, B crbwda: The theatre fur- 
inJ; /™Za. ,"!"„".« i^T.'il 8 SyW niahed the following bill: Mack and Elliott, 



St. Joseph.— At Crystal Park (J. K. Jack- 
snn, manager) business continues Imniense. 
The week of July 31 broke all records for the 
season. People for week of Aug." 7 are: 
Collins and Keene, Tom Heffron. the Ed- 
wards, Annette Moore, Weaver and Lambert, 
May June, and Cosmon's moving pictures. 

*'* 

WASliUfGTON. 



house "ins bron^redewralcdrrcpainted and" IbL"^^.^ nundrcd * ^o™ hotcfis progres- 

reftirnlsheil throughout * ,nB ™P""y. 

Niitks.— The formnl transfer of the Tros- , s PrJn«r«eld — At Spring Grove Park Cn- 

pect Htrect Theatre to U, F. Keith was made R ' nn '■'/• "• Marling, manager) the excellent 

lust week. The house wlB be known here- attractions for the week of Aug. 1, gave this 

nrier us Keith's Prospect. Fred Brandt, who " lr eady popular Summer theatre big busl- Siiolcaue. — At the Auditorium (Harry C. 

has hern frensiirer of the Empire since It ncs> ! at every performance. "Tile bill foe "uyward, manager) the Jennie Shirley Co. 

was first opened, ..will lie Keith's treasurer. Jf.™., .' ,* *J5«"1im1c»_: ^Newell and Nlhlo, Ida J", opeaklng _ all past records for business. 

ncctlon 

nhd 

Bcrli 

nelly 

over 

come 




r lo ilu'iiirliiil work a yeiir ago. has 
ie the press agent nt "'riic Yankee C 



New faces week of Aug. 1 : Bellveau and 
.".', , _ n " , ° — ^ At lhe Slur Theatre (J. B. Roberts, Addison and Livingston, and Ktlllli 



Bnssell ft Locke 
Ibvllilu. II. 
Bulb. II. B. 
SlenlitiiK, W. II 
Snn Bros. 
Snow. Art. 
Schaer. Mr. 
Mbornittker. O.T 
Bherry, J. AV. 
81. Ihiw. 1'ml 
SEE NOTICE AT HEAD OK LIST. 
-- ♦«» ■: ■ 

MUHNM. 




Hut non, Nellie Thominson. Mai-key and ends. 



SaV T. }& „h.H became . flxture -tM.jg.oB.al. Mr =,t r'^Da^^rtk^t"'^ H£H%£: ^ & -* U " ,0, ° nU ' 8 P "" ,k "° U ° f "*" 

main the leading °"jLi U u Tnl^.^i , la. NoTEs^Arnolda & Ilutchln's La Flesla 

.-.., Ingenue: Louis m-r — Tno iom.Ui b (J ' Ln "« hlln 1 . mnna- nnd Alfresco Society Cirrus is Iwokeil fur 

Albion; Juvenile; Mrs. T-mlsc Rial, charm-Ier' BttV ..na,w S awawafS , opp 1?. ' he ,^ ** w, "* k ot 15 - • •'•Blngllng Bros.' Circus will 

" Mid Chaa F. WI1-' c o s,, m n ^ S ' jt^ a ' ..rJ'.^l ""' "llKhlcu be here L'O. 



V- . 1. J. 

ZeelllTs, — 



woman. David Hnrtfnrd and n 

sjn have also been signed. . ..It Is iintlerslooil, ]„ ^ I "1™ «» « ob"' prevalent at tins |h. p „. 

I.tot Mr. jaUjl Is not yet HaHsfied, and Is* {£,, ^JSiiB !La , &« i!S , 2STS!?J*. •«.« 8e«ltle._At the Alcaiiir Theatre Wl.* 



■ '• ■""• »"•• •".■■in is nor yec Hlllisili'tl, ail« Is hopn insfniiii .„««. 1" '. '"Y .::•"•" M "» n 

I'.irilnnri — At the Baker Theatre (Geo. determined lo have a hiuise on Knclld Avenue,* ^ „r,?eis ',fwi ,i" " " cw ""Vln.k-uuy, 

L. Baker, tnaniigor) the Baker Theatre Stmk ««,lhe Pmsppit Theatre does not (111 that re- talr- eleitVie ii™ I, IK "^, n ! } \. <Wo i> ""■ 

Co. bad a llglrt oprnlng r Julv Ht. In "The gtilrement by a square. The deal with Drew, "ft ^ j "v l .. , f n ' cl 'i,, J„ hls l« ,} li - '^"fth- 

Prince of Llnrs, or Arabian Nights." due to * ('ampbell for nn eighteen years; lease on „.„,„ „,,i„ J Miii n!, , f, 5, 1 '' npr „ of ,' ,lc old l.y 



mntth's Hlg- Co., 
[ Ml In 




rlterllng, Ma'ater I eo, Seymour and May, 
Sent t nnd Fannie Kelly, oille Lnmnnt 
Hi A7. inn's Concert IIall ' (KII'B. 



. In "The Octbroou" nnd 
For a Minion." 
(liti-iii-.t'.M TltKATRK. — New: Farmer Jones' 
Pigs. Trainor and Mutton. Samson nnd 
Who, T. II. Jackson, Mabel Leslie, Frank 
Lambert, moving pictures: 
EsiriBK TtiBATRB. — New: Carter and i'iuv 
hns fer. Deeley nnd Bhecnn, Mr. and Mrs. Chick, 
P* ltnyniniiit Baldwin, moving pk-lurcs. 

C11V8TAT, TiiEArnE.— New t Iione Slnj 

Hurry, Bentham nnd Freeman, l.yne and 

IXHihnrd. Delmnr and Baxter, Leo While, 

moving pictures. 

Comiquh Thratrk. — New : Wanl and 

has Franks'. Annln Wade Mack, Sanford and 

this Darlington, Mac Edwards. Haiel Adam". 

very Frank Martin. Major Lackle. Jess Ilea 

Curtis, Nick Williams. Jim Howe. 

»«» 

"WISCONSIN. 

Milnaukee, — Edwin Tluinhouser'K new 
leading man, Mace Ureenleaf, made his Iniilal 
npnenrance with the Thahhonser Co. I«" 
week, as Bobert Clay, In "Soldiers of Fur; 



■ 1 MmttHBmWQLmB* 

" t5; ■■•WSliw CgaiM (Charle, M. Bagg, 35&^^m^1m^im^*rjt* 
K?.?.SK5-tT?!? u . l,n l>lc<l DarllngH Big Tiur' AllWon, the new Ingenue, walked right lalo 



. : ..i.L.NB OMM (Phil Collins, manager). g&*m~^-*ElJBm^^mm?tl£X JlJSBng Pront^'fet m^^S^m^S^ 



innnuger).— Winnie Marqunm, Blanche Tro- in r V rriiwds "u>s»v«ri 

Jnn. .Bertha Mnye. Lord and Meek. oi.bntaxhv Park (W W Pr 

g^g rgajSjgra "do'- KmS! °IIctaJ KSWt>"ti *mi!m*JLm*S±. ^ mXf^S!LJ^ S Sp i ^ %SmS* V™!* cla^d^sTne""^ urlme">av.Vr- 

t»„..ii «..u t.~^ »">. « r - «w!..Mra,.Alltaon, Jlallev and ||bj eitnivaganiiaR. "An Ocean Voyage" nnd »*"■.' Irving Brooke, who bas been mnkliig 



Jewell, Marie Lurnno. 
Arcabk TnEATiii: (S. Morton Cohen, mnn 



ser. nt na- lewine _Ca Is _ this pleasant title of taia'week ; B tn ° "•*"?, _°« ^eveirbodyaa Ho^and^she # roii«t 

nntl 

**ftl! ^i^^t^r?m 5TS Hr?a n p *ffi& &gmTj& food n.Y Km^SrI; SWrnSHiW 

' Brown, James Kyrlc M=- 
Lamkln all contrlbu c-i 
performance. "On !■■ 
week of 8, and 'Jli» 




Srd, lhe Only Helona; Harrv De Lanle, Cari P 1 .") p ". '"' ^ ""■»■ 
•ni 11 *M Bavmond, Arthur WllRnn. vllnscolie. . . . . . 

Bt.i«b TatttTM (Fred T. Merlll. mans- roaagalonn 



(Sherman Brown, man- 
.n'a "Mrs. Erskln's De- 
original performance na 
._ continued for the week. 
Despite the excellent cast and good stage 
n,": ti"if, r — At the National Theatre management, the piece fell short of ciprci"" 
.'.?!".?.. !L llr .'J>. manager) "Mlsa Hoblis" tlnns. Mr. Gibson's Chleago friends were 




AUGUST 13. 



THE ISTEAV YORK CLIPPER. 



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571 




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the Pines of Vermont. 



QBE AT FOR BIO NUMBER IN BURLESQUE SHOW 
GREAT FOR QUARTETTE 

GREAT FOR FEATURE BALLAD 
And Oroateat Illn»trat«d Song Before the Public. 



JOS. MORRIS 

PUBLISHER, 

136 II. m St., Pnu.dejphlt, Pa. 



MICHIGAN. 

Detroit.— At the Whitney Theatre (E. 
D. 8t«lr, manager* "The Wayward Bon," a 
melodrama of merit, presented by lt» author, 
Veil Tworaey, and a capable caat, drew 
packed hoUnes week of Aag. 1. The piece 
has many forma of human Interest, and Its 
stage setting was bright with new scenery 
and striking mechanical effects. Week" of 
Aug. 8. "The Curse of Drink." 

Temple Thbatrk (J. II. Moore, mana- 
ger). — Mat week's Mil was unusually good, 
the acts well selected and the attendance 
up to the high water mark afternoon and 
evening. The Klgbt Kngllsh (llrls were 
the leading feature, and other good num- 
bers were: Jar and Eva Tucker, In "Skin- 
ny'8 Finish ;" Kdwln Keough and Dorothy 
Ballard, In a "Vaudeville Surprise :" Kay 
("oi. In coon songs : Rean and Hamilton, 
barrel Jumper.; Dane Claudius and Kd- 
mond Corbln. banjolsts ; Hoey and Lee, He- 
brew comedians; Ijaroy and La Vanlon, 
horizontal bar performers. Attractions 
for week of 8: Mile. Avery Strakoach, Lil- 
lian ApeL Deltorelll and Gflssando. Johnson 
and Wells, Herbert Brooks, Km 1 1 Hock, Jane 
Klton and company, Lew Sully, and Fred 
Warrington. 

AYKNLK Theatre (Drew 4 Campbell, 
lessees). — Harry Glazier and the Majestic 
Stock Co., In "Captain Swift,"- drew fair 
sized houses 1-6. This theatre will be dark 
until Aug. 21, after which It will open to 
bookings for forty weeks as a vaudeville 
and extravaganza house, with two per- 
fotmahecs dally. 

Notes. — The Majestic Stock Co., which has 
been playing at the Avenue Theatra, closed 
its season Aug. 7 and the company disbanded, 
the tarlous members going to other cities to 
start rehearsals. Mr. Glazier, of course, will 
remain In Detroit with Ralph dimming*: 
W. A. Wbltecsr will star In the "Mummy 
end the Humming Bird," while A. Burt Wes- 
ner will be seen next In Detroit In a new 
comedy, by Charles Vincent, called "Our New 
Man." Edna and May Sweeney, Detrolters, 
are reengaged by Manager B. C. Whitney for 
his production of the "Show Girl," which Is 
to be revived at the Lyceum Theatre on Sun- 
day 'evening, Aug. 21 Dr. Campbell, 

manager of the Empire Theatre, has trans- 
ferred his lease of that house to Ralph Gun- 
mlngs for the use of a first class stork com- 
pany. Mr. Cummlnga will be the sole man- 
ager, as well as co-stock star with Harry 
Glazier. Mr. Cummlnga will secure a very 
strong cast, with an exceptionally strong 
leading lady .and Detrolters may look for a 
season of high class plays, both comedy and 
drama, presented by a first class company. 
Their season will open Aug. 29. Prices will 
1* popular and there will be three matinees 
a week, Ui addition to a performance every 
evening. Including Sunday, with a change of 
hill each week. The theatre, which will lie 
renamed. Is being practically made over and 
will be very attractive when out of the hands 
of the decorators. 

. . 

Bar City. — At the Wenona Beach Park 
Casino (L. W. Richards, manager) the fol- 
lowing people appeared July 31-Aug. 8 : Or- 
vllle and Frank, Marsh and Kartells, Sune- 
taro and company. Cherry Sisters, Manning 
and Du Crow. The bill 4-U Included : Millard 
Brothers, Cat Stewart, Dick and Effie Guise, 
In their character sketch, "A Financial Em- 
barrassment ;" the Lafayette-Lamnnt Trio, 
Frank Bush, and the klnetoscope. Favored 
by , One weather the attendance was very 
large dnllv. 

Notr. — Manager W. J. Daunt, of the Wash- 
ington Theatre, makes the announcement that 
thla theatre will open the regular season 
Aug HI, the attraction being 'The Show 
Girl" 



SLIDES LOANED WITHOUT DEPOSIT 

WHEN SATISFACTORY REFERENCE IS GIVEN 

OTHER, \V 18a. A DEPOSIT OP fl.DO HKUHHK I). 

Money Refunded on Return ef Slides in Good Condition 

OBOHESriUTIOIfB FTJRfUSHED IK AHT 1ST PER RBQDBST MUM. 



Grand Rapid..— At the Kamona Theatre 
fOrln Stair, manager) week of Aug. 7-13: 
Reno, Richards and company, the Five Jug- 
gling Normans, Foster and Foster, and 
votings and Brooks. 

GenKHOv'H Pavilion (Chas. Godfroy, man- 
ager).— -Week of 7: The Musical Stewarts, 
Mitchell and Love, Odessa and Oulette, Mit- 
chell and Browning, Bsssle Bnus and Ho- 
ratio llenaut. 

i 

Sn ul ii aw At Riverside Park Casino 

i'L, W. Richards, manager) Aug. 4-7: 
Cherry Sisters. Marsh and Sartella, Man- 
ning and Du Craw, Sunetaro and company. 
Orvllle and Frank. Business continues 
good. 

JEPPKR9 Theatre (T. D. Ramford & Sain 
Marks, manngers). — This bouse will open 
for the season Sunday, Aug. 7, with "James 
Boys In Missouri." 

. 

Manistee.— At the Rnmsdell Theatre 
(Robr. Ramsdell, manager) the season opened 
Aug. 1, with "A Teins Steer." The nd- 
vatice sale was very large. "A Royul Slave, 
2, for which the ndvnnce sale was also good. 
"Two Merry Tramps" 0, followed by "1'ncle 
Josh Sprticcby" 13, "The Lady of Lyons" 111. 

ORciiAKn Beach Casino (Chas. M. South- 
well, manager).— The Rodney Stock Co. 
closed a most successful season July 23. 
playing to 8. It O. nearly every night. 
Coming In the near future: The Hunt Stock 
Co., In a repertory of new plays. 
■ 

Kalama.ou. — The Academy of Music 
(B. A. Rush, manager) has been in the 
hands of the decorators and stage carpenters 
since the close of the season. It will open 
Its doors Sept. 2, when the old favorite, "Ari- 
zona," .will be presented. 

Casino Park (Balrd & Daken, managers). 
—Business continues to be record breaking. 
The vaudeville, week of July 31; Included: 
Miller and Kresko. the Bernstein*, the But- 
tons, Chas. W. Milton, formerly of Barlow's 
Minstrels, the klnetoscope, etc. 

Tim Fkxari Brothers will put on their 
big street fair 8-18. 

Battle Creek.— At the Post Theatre 

i .*«• Smith, manager) "The James Boys 

■n Missouri" came to good business Aug. 4. 

<»» 

OKLAHOMA. 



Oklahoma City. — At Delmar Garden 
(Slnopoulo ft Marre, managers) week of July 

/ S bB . 'protrarnme with Heir Saona. Smith 
ana Puller (second week). Bush and Gordon. 
MorMsey and Rich, and klnodrome. The 
house was leased. 20. to the democratic con- 
vention, for one ulght. 

" ■ ' ■ «»» -" ■ •- 

.iJMr" "** **& FeancIs are now doing a 
•{■i'uig.Rild dancing act. They bare finished 
six weeks of work In parks and on Aug. 1 
°nd Week were at Dreamland. Coney Island. 
*»h Amltyvllle, L. I., to follow. 



Under tm cents. 



Notes from RiNni.tsn Brotiikrs' Worlii's 
f.iiKATEHT Shows.— Monday. July m, found 
the hlg show at Kansas City, Mo., and. in 
spile of flip recent floods, two tremendous 
turnaways was the business record for the 
day. tola, Knn., on Tuesday, tested the ca- 
pacity of the big tents nt the matinee, and 
gave a splendid night business. Parsons, 
Wednesday, was equally hlg: Joplln, Mo.. 
on I'hursdny. gave mi afternoon tnninwii v 
itiul a big ulght attendance and Independ- 
ence, Kan., on Friday, was a surprise to 
everyone with the ,«orld's Greatest. This 
entire district played during the week has 
suffered greatly from the recent Hoods, 
crops are practically killed, ami all are 
guarding their dollars with a Jealous care. 
'1 bis, however, apiieared to have no effect on 
the business, as ut Independence every Beat 
was filled, nnd the hippodrome track crowd- 
ed at the day show aud the night business 
was also excellent. Wichita, the Saturday 
stand, although It was played on Oct. i:i. 
last year, making a return engagement In 
less than ten months, provided a tilg day's 
business for the largest on earth, after 
which the show was loaded and ran to Pu- 
eblo, Col., in seven sections. The mileage of 
this run. 401 miles, while not longer than the 
usual of tbe Klngllng's Western 8unday move- 
ments, owing to tbe poor tracks caused by 
the recent floods, made a late arrival at Pu- 
eblo, the last section not getting in until 
Monday at about 5 a. u. The recent strike.) 
In Colorado have made the business staff a 
trifle worried over the outcome. But Pueblo 
resiKindcd nobly on Monday and both It and 
Colorado Springs, the Tuesday stand, were 
greater than ever before from a financial 
standpoint, which proyes conclusively that 
even In tbe face of hard times, tbe people are 
willing to pay the price for amusements when 
they are of the high class that the Hlngllng* 
have always offered In the past ana this 
year excel In. Denver, Wednesday and Tburs 
day, Aug. 3 and 4. was Just a trifle better 
than last year. Out of the four performances 
three runaways were recorded. Boulder, Col., 
will be played on Friday, and Cheyenne, Wyo.. 
on Saturday, after which the show will take 
a .'iHi-mlle Jaunt on Sunday, to Ogden. Utah. 

Notes fiium the Lucky Bill Show. — We 
are now in our fourth week In Missouri and 
have been playing to line business. On July 
28, at Garwood. Mo., for the first time this 
season, our tent was blown down. Within 
two hours after the storm ceased tbe tent 
was put up again and things looked as 
though nothing had happened. Tbe Lucky 
Itlll Show consists of eighteen wagons, thirty- 
eight h«ad of horses, twelve head of Shetland 
ponies, sixteen head of monkeys, two bears, 
four twelve-foot alligators, seven macaw 
birds, cockatoos and parrots, one lion and 
two lynx. We also carry our own six hun- 
dred dollar piano and piano player, who la a 
fine sight reader. Our roster Is as follows: 
Lucky Bill, sole owner and proprietor ; Wm. 
Newton Jr., manager; May TuinTap, secre- 
tary and treasurer ; I.on Illhner, press agent : 
Mae Humphrey, piano player : Jim Wing, nov- 
elty high dive and traps; Jim WlneTeman. 
rings and welts ; tbe Bessents. comedy sketch 
performers and vocalists: lilllle Shakespeare, 
cumedlun uud buck and vv.ng dancer; (toddy 
Irish, contortionist: Blllle Fox equestrian. 
The Illhner Bros, close the big show with 
their thrilling revolving ladder act. Jack 
Simmons Is In charge of stock, with two 
assistants : 8am Seal Is boss canvas man. 
with seven assistants; Parney Rhodes, chief 
cook : Karnest Rhodes, casjk's usslstnnt. Wll- 
lard and Wlllurd closed In Rich Hill, Mo. 

Kitty Mat Irwin won a diamond ring .at 
a drawing with the Van Amburg Show last 
week. The Irwin Family Joined that show 
six weeks ago. 

Russell Hortman. of Ren Horner's band. 
nt ionic with Gollmar Bros.' Circus, drew 
onc hundred and sixty acres of land In the 
Kosebud Indian Reservation drawing. 

Pan American Show Notes. — At Fulda. 
Minn.. Aug. 1, we encountered one of the 
heaviest hall storms that we ever experi- 
enced. The ideal Summer weather Induced 
many people to come from neighboring 
cities to witness our performsnee. Fine 
weather prevailed during the day until about 
'2 r. M.. when the black clouds began to 
gather. The thunder rolled and the light- 
ning Unshed, followed by wind and hall. 
A large crowd of people liad assembled 
under the big show tent to witness the nfter- 
noon performance but as the storm came 
up so suddenly there was no chance for the 
people to go to their homes for refuge. It 
was an occasion t lint made them feel that 
there was no plnce like "home, sweet home." 
The noise made by the wild anlmnls in the 
menagerie anil the cries of children made 
the situation an appalling one. The storm 
lasted about flfteeu minutes, during which 
time the wind blew the ring stock nnd cook 
tent to the ground nnd tbe heavy loud of 
hall stones ou the menagerie tent forced 
the cauvas and four of the centre 
wiles to the ground, turning over oue of the 
lion cages, as the canvas came down, but 
luckily no one wpas hurt. After about fif- 
teen minutes of stormy weather, the sun 
came peeping through the black clouds nnd 
as Its rays shone through the aionn torn 
canvas the people In the tent applauded; It 
seemed to bring a feeling of Joy over them. 
The riding rings were about a fool dcip 
with water, and after they were balled out 
the performance began and ran as smoothly 
as though there had been no storm at all. 
At our next stand, Jackson, Minn., we met 
Kleuel Bros.' Dog and Pany 8how, they hav- 
ing exhibited there a day previous to us. and 
nt our next stand. Wells. Minn., we met the 
advertising enr No. 1. pf Gentry Bros' 
Toiled Shows. During the dav their bill 
posters adorned the walls of Wells, announc- 
ing that Oentrv Bros.' United Shows would 
exhibit there on Aug. 17. 

Welsh Hrothkrk t Newest Great Show 
Notes. — The fhow is bark Inio Ihe bounti- 
ful Htate of New Jersey. Since entering 
this terrltorv we .have encountered a seine 
of heavy weather, terrific thunderstorms and 
coplous'ralnfalls. However, business his been 
fairly good. The towns of Dover. Westfleld 
nnd Red Bank were especially ««khI. The 
clever eniiestrlan specialties of Mr. and Mis. 
Frank B. Miller ore more than "innkiUK 
good." tllrs. Miller is also presenting a M 
novelty menage act. Prof. Win. Wood, ealll- 
oplat. rejoined the Bbow July 30, bis manipu- 
lations of Ihe stenm key board being an at- 
tractive feature of the dally fctrcet parade. 
Mr Wood also appears In the concert. In- 
troducing a bright patter monologue, entitled 
"If. I Were a Senator.' Mauta Cllne. Mr. 
Cilflrhlhs. Mr. Lockwood and Chas. F. Kd- 
wards, of the actors' colony of Fair Haven, 
were Inlersted spectators of Ihe night per- 
formance at Red Bank. 



Tin: firs Sin Minstrels will he strength- 
ened for the coming season. Two uew minstrel 
features will be introduced. The wardrols* 
ami stage settings are said to Iss exception- 
ally elauorule. Ihe pictorial work for the 
advance Is of the beat. 

Mas. llmKHT LiSAiHR (Mnrv Van Trump i 
was noe of (he passengers In tbe wreck on 
Die Duliilh, South Shore and Atlantic Hall- 
way, between Dulutli and Marquette, last 
Wednesday morning. She was mi her way In 
Join her husbund at their Summer home, 
■ear Kalkaska, Midi. Fortunately she ca- 
mped serious Injury and hopes to he around 
sgalu In a few day*. • ■ 

O. » 

XEW JKRSKV, 



hlg crowds, mid with a speech by Carrie Na- 

iloii. Kemp's Wild West Show and numerous 

side slwW* are also attractions. 

«»» 

COLORADO. 



Newark, — At Proctor's Theatre (J. Aus- 
tin l'ynes, general manageri business main- 
tains a fair average fur (he Summer. Interest 
centres this week In W. II. Thompsou's 
players, who appear In an original one art 
comedy. The Nelson-Farnum Troupe art 
Also featured and represent the bigii clans 
in acrobatics. J. Clarence Hyde's farce, 
"Her Busy Hay," Is another Interest lug act 
announced and Charles Deland and com- 
pany will present their musical skit, "The 
Typewriter Girl." Marie Urackmnn, Greg- 
ory nnd Llnd and Wood and Berry complete 
the bill acceptably. "Love and War," as 
presented by W. 11. Pascue and Helen Mar 
Wilcox last week, drew much favorable at- 
tention for Its worth as au entertainer and 
its clever presentation. . 

■ i 'i 

Trenton, — At Ihe Taylor Opera House 
(L. Stoddard Taylor, manager I the upenlug 
attraction will lie Haverly's Minstrels. Aug. 
10. The house will then lie dark uutll lo, 
when tbe Chaiuplaln Slock Co. upeu for one 
week. 

State Street Theatre (Frank B. Shat- 
ters, manager). — This playhouse opens 11, 
with "More to Be Pitied than Scorned," as 
tbe attraction, for three nights. "Tbe Fac- 
tory Girl" 15-1 1. The Child Wife" 18-20. 

Mr.urER Pleasure Paiik (John L. O'Brien, 
manager). — Bill for Aug. 8 and week: Rice 
and Klngslcy, Heed Sisters, tbe Castlnos aud 
Dolly Cole. 

Spring Lake Park (Management Trenton 
Street Hallway). — Aug. 8 and week: James 
and Davis, Harrison Bros., Santell, the Mil- 
let-ship Sisters and George Clark. 

Notch. — The Trent will probably open 
Aug. 20 Richard Shetlick has been re- 
engaged as leader of the Opera House or- 
chestra Articles of Incorporation are 

to be filed within a week for tbe Trenton Bill 
Posting Co., with a capital stock of SHi.ooo. 
A. II. Slinonds, formerly manager of the Tay- 
lor Opera House, will bold the positions of 
secretary, treasurer and manager. 
i « 

Camden At the Camden Theatre (M. 

W. Taylor, manager) Ibis pretty playhouse 
has been transformed Into as cozy a little 
theatre for Camden audiences as It Is possible 
to make It. All Hummer long the pointer* 
and decorators have lieen as busy as bee* and 
when the curtain rings up on Aug. IS, with 
"A Child of tbe Slums" as the attraction, 
this city's playgoers will have tbe pleasure of 
sitting In as comfortable and secureia theatre 
as the country iMswesse*. New scenery, s new 
fireproof asbestos curtain, new carpets and 
hew chairs will all make for the patrons' 
comfort. "Dealers In White Women* 18-20, 
"Alone in the World" 32-24. 

Notch. — Manager Taylor's attractions, 
three companies of "Why Women Sin," slso 
"Why Girls Go Wrong" aud "Why He III- 
vlrced Her," start out on their bookings next 
week. 

i 

I'aterson. — At tbe Opera House (John 
J. (iuelchlus, manager) Black Patti's Trou- 
badours ushered In the local season on 
Thursday night, Aug, 4, continuing over 
Friday. Two good sized audiences gave 
hearty approval of the programme presented. 
The Itoe Stock Co. came Monday, 8, for Ihe 
week. "Queen of Jungle" 1.1-17, "The Fac- 
tory Glrr 18-20. 

Buor Theatre (J. II. Rowley, manager). 
— Manager Rowley unnounres the date for 
the opening of his house as Aug. 20. 

PKMMi.iNfiH. — Both lh» Opera House and 
Illjnn Theatre have been completely reno- 
vated and each bouse presents a splendid 
nppeara.ice. The first mimed has liceu uiudf 
especially attractive. 
« 

lloliokea.— The Lyric (II. P. Soulier, 
manager), after a thorough cleaning and air- 
ing, the placing of some new chairs In Ihe 
orchestra nnd embellishing Ihe looby In at- 
tractive and harmonious tlnis. oiiened Hie 
regular Fall and Winter seasun with llaver- 
lys Minstrels Aug. 7. The minstrels re- 
main i wo nights, i. 8. "For Ills Brother's 
Crime" 11-1:1. "Denier In White Slaves" 14- 
17. 

Notch. — Manager. A. M. Bruggeman. of 
the P.miiltY, returned from Ktirope Aug. 2. 
While abroad he secured several new nil rac- 
oons for his house, which will open flu 
season on Labor Day. 

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INDIANA. 



' Denver. — At Hie Broadway Theatre and 
Onrdeu tl'etcr McCourt, nisnager) week of 
Aug. 7 In ihe last week of the slock coin puny, 
with "Glorisna" as the bill. Week of 1 Hub- 
ert Drouet and Kn Uterine Gray were leading 
In "My Friend from India," which had good 
houses. 

KklTCH GA«r*N8 (Mary Klltrb-I,ong, man- 
ageri. — Week of 7, Krederlrk Perry, lu "The 
Mlddlcniuu." Week of I Maude Tea Icy, In 
"The Prince and the Pauper." simply turned 
them sway at every perfornisnce. Miss 
Tesley Is the best drawing card the Garden 
ever had. Business Is wonderful. 

Manhattan Beach < W, B. I.nwrenre. man- 
ager). — Week nt 7: Callahan and Mack, 
Clias. and Auna (llocker, Bryan aud Foster, 
ltussell and Locke. Week of 1 : Orth and 
Fern. Barry anil Johnson, tbe tlreat Nello, 
George W. Stewart, Ferguson and Passman 1 . 
Business Is good. > 

Nmw Crystal (Geo. tra Adalns, manager i. 
— Week of 7: Vernle aud O'Rrlan, At. Crls- 
lul, Schiller Urns.. Cleuiiiioiis and Massy, 
Clias. Kvans. Week of 1 : Camera and To- 
ledo, Burton and Deelmore, Al. Ferns, Pow- 
ers snd Theobald. Jack Irvln, Chaa. Kvans. 
Business Is good. 

Novelty lllenry Lubelskl. manageri. — 
Week of 1 : Billy Price. Jacob llllderbrand. 
John Morrison, Kiuplrv Trio, lieu Jnoctl, 
Mesne nnd Anderson. Business la good. 

Mention. — Rlngllug Bros,' Shows ap- 
peared here .'I, 4, null did all Immense busi- 
ness. They gave the heat show of lis kind 

Ibat Denver has seen In some lime 

Itlchton Band Is giving band concerts al the 

City Park The new Curtis Theatre. Is 

rebuilding and it will be made a much larger 
bouse. 

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MINNESOTA. 



St. Paul. — At the Grand Opera House 
(Theodore L. Iluys. manager) Percy l|nawc>l 
and the George Fawcelt Co. did well In 
"A Social Ulifuwnyuian" nnd "Borneo and 
Juliet," week of July HI. For week of 
Aug 7, "Othello" nnd "O Klkn San," the 
latter new here. The engagement has proven 
n decided success so far. 

Kmi'iiu: (A. Weluholz-r. nianng-r). — Now 
people fur week of Aug. 8: The Lentil Trio, 
Ibe Two Geyers and Kioiiia Ice. Holding 
over: Alice Hamilton. Helen Stewart, Myrtle 
Fdwards. Vara Stanley and Hclene Mlgnnii. 
Business was f.ilr week of 1. 

oiii-iiki-si Mi'Hic Hall (II. Sodlnl, mana- 
ger). — Business was fair week of I, Hie 1)1 1 1 
Including "The Great Train llobU-ry." Ad- 
ralne. -Antoinette Hulner. the Richard Sls- 
lers. Kales Bros., Gladys Carllou, Wilbur 
and Wrlgbl aud others. 

Wavklkth. — The Criterion Theatre Co. 
filed nil assignment lo Matthew Gallagher. 
of MlnneaiHtlls, last week. The assignment 
stales thai the company has fin.ooo dehu. 
and has not the means in meet them. Tin- 
amount of assets is not stated. A full de- 
scription of the theatre which the company 
was erecting nt the corner ol Ninth anil 
Hubert Streets, ap|>enred In these columns. 
It was the Intention to make It a llrst class 
vaudeville liunse, and lo be pari of ft new 
circuit, it Is rumored that Ibe Star Theatre 
Co. will get control of tlie pruiwrty and com- 
plete the superstructure, which Is parity up. 
If they do If will be a winner. 



TIM. IMA , ^^ 

"Norfalk — At Ocean View Casino (Jake 
Wells, niauagci-l nllhoiigh the weather lias 
l»*n extremely illsttgrceaiile, business of Aug. 
1 was exceptionally good. , 

AiriO: Theatre iCIirr. M. West, maim- • 

JerL— This house rinsed Us Summer scssou 
uly tin. It will open lis regular season 
about Sept. 1.1. 

At in iitnit m Theatre (J. M. Ilsrlon. man- 
ager).— People for week of 8 are: Thiee, 
Moeis Sisters, Throe Ih-ntz, Minnie Psllt-r- 
Bft "if. M«" H .. Johnson ami Sullivan, and 
Miller Misters. Business la very good. 

Illicit! Theatum i J. M, Crlunlau, manager). 
—People for week of S: Marty and Mason. 
I he HiiMi-lles. the Leons. May I^imiels, l«vnra 
llayiuoiid, George Amell, Harry II. Shafer, 
Sam Howard aud Will 8. Beechen. Business 
Is very good. t 

Manhattan Thicatiih will lie reopened un- 
der c. A. Criuulnu's management alsiut Sept. 
'• J 1 "S.' , . OUM *' ■ ,,e, "8 thoroughly overhuultd, 
nnd will lie put In first class ciiudllluu before 
the opening dale. 

Mn Huns.' IInitrii Shows Ir booked 
for Aug. II. 

John Hohin run's Show Is hooked fur U. 
. 

HIcliiiHiiid — Al Hie m*lno (Wells' ft 
Mch.ee, managers) week of Aug. I, the 
BIJuu Musical Comedy Co.. playing "The 
Little Host," had standing room oulv. Wouk 
of Aug. 8. the liljou Musical Comedy Co., 
playing The Knickerbocker Girl." ; , 

Gentry Bros.' Don and Pony Show Aug. 

RnlilNsiiN's Ciri-i s ciimes Aug. It, 

.Jff^tSte"" — *f Hlvciiimii Park casino 
(Jake Hells, manager) the Cloy ton Ken- 
nedy Co. presented '^Vlial Alls Porter" week 
of. A "H '• wU " *■» following VBiidcvlllii: 
lie Hooney Sisters. William Tompkins, 
t lay tou Kennedy und Mattle Hooney, ths 
American blograph. 

gentry Rkhh.' Bhowh are booked foe 
Aug. 10. J 

John Robinson'h Cint-vs comes 10. 

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TUXA8. 



Mon.lon.— The Standard Theatre (Alvldo 
ft Lasserre, inunugers) nt present Is doing n 
mugiilllcent liiislnesH. Ps1.hr He Stnte con- 
vention and ul her assemblies meeting here 
have iisslsled In crowding Ihe house nightly 
In Ita rapacity. The programme offered Auk I- 
II whs slso uf exci-llem-r, opening with "Mih.ii- 
llghi ul Sylvan llesch." u local iravesly. full 
of s|s>claltli's and songs, as a curtain raiser, 
and closing with the clneograph moving pb- 
lures. The pcuiili : linker ami Foiidil, l-iiiteaf; 
Bnlley. Frank l\ llulilwln. Tom Kelly, Lttii 
Howard, Llllle While, l^e Rdtntinds. Fred C. 
'f, l , nk '.,* lnlM '! G Wrlglll, Marin Dockrunn, 
Ollle Howard. Minnie Rynn. I'eiirl Gllmoie. 
Madeline Lu Verne, Frauds Sisters, lllrillo 
\arnell. Mile. Cleo Snllinyo, Hose Ldiutiiicls, 
J. II. Dick and Joe TlfTce. 

Notih.— Tin- lliiiplre Thealre will III nil 
probability u- under new management by 
Aug. 22, and with n circuit formed With New 
Orleans, Fort Worth. iuiIIiir, Han Anluulo 
and Houston eomprlslng II. J, II. Wilson, nf 
New Orleans, Is Hiiiiposed (o he at Hie head 
of It and new ileveloplnents regarding II nre 

promised a Utile later Sweeney ft 

Coombs' Openi House cannot ls< opened by 
Sept. I, as promised, und It will lie alsJilt 
Oci 1 before the house is In any statu nf 
readiness. Attractions hooked for Ilia holme 

niay be transferred to the Auditorium 

Kitgsne Hulliiy, of .Mollle Bailey ft Sons 
Shows, was In the city Aug. i, on a visit to 
Ills family. He reports linn business along 
Ihe line. 

i 

„W"» M { 'y v ** |,nrl1 Hummer Theatre 
Bridge at Midnight" filled out the week, b, '• • «• McAdama. manager) week of Aug. 1 
(I. The Klllot-Courtetiuy Stock, lu ••The Mys- N " r "' " r " H </>|ucdy Co. iqieiied for a week's 
lerlons Mr Hrown" 812, "A Texas Steer" 'ngngenieiii. The iiis-iiing mm, "Little Prln. 

cess, was greeted by n Marge house. Tills 

compaiiy ebniiged Ihe bill nightly. Lyric 

0|H-ra Co. Aug, 8, 

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Dalai h.— At Ihe Lyceum (C. A. Marshall, 
manageri the Klliot-Courtenay Co. offeretl 
Aug. 1-4 'The Man from Mexico," with 
Leslie Monisco ns the Mexican, who was 
capital In the role. Business wus fair. "On the 



13, the opening of the regular season. 

Pahloii Theatre (W. J. Well imager). 

— Business Is not anything like what It wa.i 
last yeiir st this season. The company for 
8 and week are: Vozalez and Ma lone. Grace 
Adams. Gol* Bros., Hosiu Cotighlln, Kd. uud 
Lucille liuwry. Urn Doutlilll, W. J. Wells, 
nnd the slock. The new comedy for Ihe 
week Is called "Did You See Jenkins'/" 

Buor Tiiratuk (Joe Mallland, resident 
mnnoger), — This house la playing to big busl- 
uess. It gives three shows iilgbtlv, each 
show lasting about one hour. The' |n-oplc 

8 aud week sre:Phll Clifford, AiMly Koherts, hush.es-, and gave great Mtls/actlnn III! 
Kd. Ferns, the Three Gardiner Children. Joe, for week of ATigT 77 The »iai Sui ill j{ , 

and Currle Mallland, J. V. Mitchell, J. It. * ■-■-—■ ff."!; ••-. *J!r. ™H l . m 

McClellan and Will Kmery. The moving 
liIclursN are a big card here. A number of 



WMsT VlltGIMA. 

# Wa*«4layg. — Tim Grand Oissrn House 

((has. A. IVhiler, inniingeri will Is? otietied, 
after a ihoroiigh Siiniiui-r cleaning, with "Fur 
Ills Brolhers Crime," Aug. Ifi-I7, followed 
by "Fllilllgiiii's Hull," IS-2U. . 

(Ciiuiaii Mil-sell, 

fur 



Park Casino ., 
The al trurl lous for week 



Uracil, manager) . — 

Of Jilitr 31 had big 

satisfaction. Hill 



feature nets are iHjoked for Sriilember ami 
jXlober. Manager Nash will oiien a new 
house at Kau ilalre. Wis., on Sept. B. giv- 
ing, tbe same kind of a show as this one lu 
Dtiluth. 

fluill Hrotiieus' Don anii Pony Htiow 
did big Illiniums July i»7, 28. 

sxm(V 

C'ONNKCTICUT. 



.... «-.« --. ..,«„. , , j,jr «ipi nijlllll l/llll. 

Ailnmliil nnd Tnylor, Suvllle SIslerH, Mr. unit 
Mrs. Kelsey, Decker's ciiliieragrnph. 

I'llE llATI'll-AllAIIS l.'AR.IIVAl, Cll, uppenri'll 



,, OrUittntort.— Smith's Theatre (Kdward 
I . Smith, manager) opened for the season 
Adg. 0. with OorsslHilers Minstrels. De- 
spile Ihe beat of the afternoon and evening, 
both iierfurmunces were crowded. Tlia 
thenlre has been redecorated and ollwrwlss 
lieautlHed, allhough new but two seasons 
ngo. hlaw ft KrUnger and Stair ft Hay 
Bns attractions will tie played here this 
season. Booked: "For Ills Brolhers Crime" 
8-10. "A Modern Viking" 11-18, "Child 
Slaves of New Vork" 1(1-17. 
, > m ' , ', H . ,V trAruK '*■*»■ Crlddle. mnnn- 

Midnight Frill Ir." 
Pi^Asiiar. iIkaimi (Joseph A. O llrlen. man- 

"KrtL— Hill week of 8: Brothers Barton, 
■coreu a nig success, and liustness was up to musical comedy sketch ; Kvelyn Funner, v« 
•aparlry during the engagement. "What Wo- calls! ; the Ford Sitters, vocalists ; Vork- 
nen Will Do" 4-li, "In ths Shadow nf the Herls>rt Trio, acrobatic singing and diuu-lng • 

Anns M. IH-rliert, chRrarter aruglhg. 



Imllannpoll.. — At the Park Theaire 
(Dickson ft Talbott, managers) tbe season 
opened Aug. 1, with Ibe house packed to the 
doors. Tbe nuinugemeut had 1 pleasant sur- 
prise In store for tbe patrons of the house. 
.No previous announcement had been made of 
Ihe extensive improvements In the lobby and 
auditorium, which had ls»eR newly frescoed 
and decorated In red and gold throughout : 
everything was finished In these colors, even 
to the ushers and door keepers' uniforms. A 
new drop curtain was a feature. The house 
looks Isnter than ever before. The opening 
attraction, "A Girl of the Streets." was also 
new. opening lis season here Aug. 3. It 
retired a big success, and business was up to 



Gallows" 810, "The Wayward Son" 11-1,1. 

Niite.— Zoa Mathews has signed with Op- 
penhelmer's Fay Foster Co. 
s 

F.van.vllle — At Oak Summit Park (W. 
B. Merrcll. manageri two performances dally 
are getting bigger crowds all tbe time. Week 
of Aug. 1 the al tract Ions were: De Veaux 
and De Veaux, Billy Wlndom, the Jaxoos, La 
Gette and ibe klnndrume. 

Cook's Park (Fellk Sefrlt, manager). — 
This bouse offers almost everything In the 
amusement line, and continues popular. La 
Rose electric fountain. Newinan'a dog and 
pony show. Ireland's .refit Pan-Ametlcan elec- 
tric fountain, mid-Summer festival fire works. 
snd the famous German Marine Band are 
extra features. Tbe vaudeville bill la alto 
exceptionally strong. 

The Tbi -Stats Fair -opened Aug'. 1 with 



... . ,-.- ..i.Hnu.af , ■isiaiici niujiiiiK, 

Ncmss.— Thurlier ft Masher's Co., In sup- 
port uf nurture Hamilton, will report In 

this city fot rehearsal 18 ■'JniV' Shea, 

knowu to Winy Thespians, returned home 

after attending the Kilts' convention 

(-red Bullen. who recently took the "wings" 
and became a full (ledts-cf Rnsl*. entertained 
a mimlier of friends with Dockstader's II. A 
large delegaflon of local Kagles greeted their 

brothers with Dockstader's William 

ftjHff.'j fcla lsj lt s . il Ihe Oentr> Show, has 

returned to his hone In this city Horn* 

two hundred local Eagles will attend tbe big 
meeting in Springfield 18. 
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LEOWHARtrr, C0MCPT JliOOLER, is In his 
fourteenth week on the Lang circuit of North- 
western vaudeville houses, and reports big 
success. 



here I it. In Urn lower end of our city, and 
hsd hlg business uud gave siillsfactloii. Their 
shows were all clean and up io dale. 

< M » 

TKNNHSglSiv. 

, . M *t! w| !! ,, "i — Ar ""I'stlns' Kast Bad .Park 
(A. II. Morrison, initnnger) pletislllg vntule- 
yllle lierforuuiliceH und large crowds prevail. 

he piogrumuiB for wwk of July 111 Included : 
J. Afdrlrli Llbbai and Katherlus Traysr, Wal- 
hertls horse, John West, Arthur Rlgby, Mine. 
Mtlna. Flood Bros. As an outdoor special 
iillriicilijn, tin- Itrelons created a sensation 111 
"Leaping Ihe llnp," 

Nirrlis- Zeh and Zarrow (V left here for 
(hliugo previous to o|iciilng In Dvnver, Col., 

with the "Isle of Joy," Horr Grsaado, 

ami Alma nastl are spending a week lu St., 
Lulls. , 

4 i » 

A. t. IIHAI HA\, ~ 

Whose phtiire appears nn tbe front page of 
his Issue, Is a veteran In the show biisliiens. 
He started about thirty years ago as proarlo- 
lor of the original Georgia Minstrels, aud ha 
has been interested In many enterprises since, 
lie went lo California about live years ago 
nhd starred the Unhpie, a small viiiiderilla 
theatre, on Market Street, lu Sau Frunclsco, 
which was s great inotiey maker from the 
start, and which has ilevelomd Into a circuit 
of eighteen |sjpullir priced vaudeville the. 
ntres, extending from Milwaukee to Han Fran- 
cisco. Mr. (Irniiinaii. who Is the originator 
of this class or theatres on the coast, Is now 
In New Toric, Isiukltlg novelties for his chain 
pf theatres. While sojourning In this city 
he liiis l>eeii enterlalned by. his tnanv friends, 
ihchldlag s big Innqiiet given lu his honor 



by Messrs. Ilurtlg at Seamon, at Arverne, 
L. I„ (bey having Wen long life friends. Mr. 
Granman returns to Hsu Francisco In s f«w 



days to devots bis time to hit many interests 
— ' " •» » 
TllB ni.toit CiiMwit Fruji* (Cahlll. Nelson, 
Wells snd Oswald) closed their Summer sea- 
son with Marlon ft Pearl's Minstrels, at Brie, 
Hi., nod nre now rehearsing with the llenti. 
Sautley Co. for Hie cowing season. 



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HOTBL BRIGHTON 

FtlKMRIthY HOTEL SCHLEY. I, 

Rooms nil newlr renovsteil wllb all lumlsra lutprovemvnls. FOl'll sIKAIJi A BAY. CIIIKKSK ami 
aMKRu'aN liisni'.s sriveilai alUNIDRT. Lunrii wlilloiit nira charge. Woulil like 10 hear frrm 
all lietronuers « Im mo)i|>eil lirte lnal season. N»uie ronriesv shown in natrons as former proprietor. 
Jiates u per day sn4 upward. UoTBL DRluU iuN, WMS Uroadway, Albany, x. Y. 



SCHOOL 



AH ERICA'S 

REST 

AND 

OR.KATBST 



Endorsed by Press and Public. 

ti.VA references from all psrts of the world. 

THB O^'I.Y V^HOOL RND0RSF.D IN CHICAGO. 

STAGE MM [tC 

(Up-to-dsta In every detail.) 
Buck, JIk, hklrt, Novel Cake 
Walk, Klocnllon, Singing snd 
Rag - Time Songs, 'Vsnrlevllle 
Arts, flketrhea. Monologues, etc. 

ENGAGEMENTS SECURED, 
NO FAILURES. 

PROF. P. J. HI DOE, 

Hiss Frances Lee and oders. 

Circulars Free. 

ORAND OPERA HOUSE. 
I endorse TROF. RlDOK as ihe only rcrformer 
and rrofCHnlnnal Dancing Teacher In Chicago. 
FRED i. W1LDHAN, Theatrical Agent. 

1g7 La sslle St., near Madison, Chicago, 111. 




SUNDAY OPEN TIME 
Boyd Park Theatre, 

MATINEE - and •- NIGHT 

AM!. 21 MaloDcy's Wedding 

Aft;. 28 OPEN 

SKIT. 4 : OPKX 

SEPT. 11 Josh Snruueuy 

REIT. IS .OPEN 

SKIT. 23 ItPBN 

OtT. 2. ; -. OPEN 

WT4 OPEN 

OCT. IB OPEN 

Above rumpaules played house last season. 
I'lirulre Is loi-iiied lielwccn l'oru and Wnliasli. 
Willi n drawing [KinulHllon of KMI.OIMI. Will 
trsns|im-t Co. and nnggnge free to park and 
return; from l^igansiwrt, Peru or Wabash. 
Aihln-Hs J. A. KltWIX. Peru. lud. 



SLOT MACHINES. 

Our Elerlrlc Blowers are wonderful money 
getters everywhere. 125.110. circular. 

CiASSKR MFC. t:Q.. Webster. M ass. 

CIUCUH CANVAS and Tenia nf every de- 
■nipiion. Second Hand Tents In Stock, write 
for estimate. 



Successors to! 



1OT-1M Fourth St.. Detroit. Mich. 



WIGS 



TINTYPE MEN 

I haven new Rim (also parts) forTIn Type Buttons, 
and all kinds of Plmlo Jewiry . 
WM.L. HARTMAN, 144 W. Mh St., Cincinnati, O. 
Everything I n Campaign Buttons and hlni s. 

At Liberty, THE GBESOBY SISTEBS 

M;irjt«:ie. It years; Tlielma, s years. Song and 
IUin'c Sp-' 1*1 lies. Hotti play parts. Will Join farce 
comedy or melodrama or vaudeville. Permanent 
addrew, No. M7 MJJLLKTT ST., Detroit, Mich. 

S. SH1MDHELM. Thtitricil Wig 

MAKER. Good work for low prices, 
118 West ath STREET, New York. 
Bend sta mp for price list. 

117 W. 23d ST., NEW YORK (old Roster A Blal's), 
HALIETT THOMPSON, Managor (lata Wood's 
Gym.) Special rates to performers, (1 a week. 

Wanted to Least, fieatre In Hew England 

Suitable for Dramatic Slock Company. Musi be 
ready tu open. Address, with particulars, 

W. L. GALL AGHER, VY uodsloelt, N. B, Can. 

Wanted, Picture Machines, Films, 

Phonographs, Gramophones, Records, Mechanical 
Figures and odd show goods, also for sale. Address 
Box T 5, Po st o fflce. Fhlla., Pa. 

WilTEl, k IUCI FACEIIHaTiM 

FAKES ORGAN. WIRE. TICKET IF KNOWN 
Til TJ8. OTHER PERFORMERS, WRITE. 
LAWRE NCE .V MAOK.Tane.vtown, Csrroll C»..Md . 

Young Wemai Whose Life can Only be Saved 

by going abroad, and without means, needs assist- 
ance. Will exchange a Nations! Historical Costume 
for aaina^ Ad dress M. CSB- HlhSt .Room ffl, N.Y . 

Electrician Wants Pesillon with 6«ed Cirnpany 

7 years' experience repairing and maintaining all 
kinds electrical apparatus. CEO. A. BECKER. 

21V Fnullon Ave., Evsnsvllle, lud. 



STEREOSCOPIC PICTURES 

FOR PICTURE MACHINES. ORIGXALB. Send 
for catalogue. Oil ICAOO SUPPLY H0D8K, 
MS No. Union SI., Olilcago , II'. 

WAHTEO, All Pirferners te Take Notice. 

The Novelty Theatre, Denver, Colorado, will give 
Four (ti Petformances Dally Hereafter Sctiri In 
your openjlmo. Novelty Theatre. De nver, Col. 

FIRST CLASS ATTRACTION 

WITH BAND, for Boonvllle Fair, week of SepL i, 
wanted for t'oinstock's Opera House. Address 
WM. COMRTOCK. Boonvllle, N. V. 

WANTED QUICK, VIOLIR LE4DEB, 

DOUBLE TIBS and BASS, BARITONE, CORNETS. 
Torn Bnan. wire quick. 

. BELCHER'S COMEDIANS, Holdeu, Mo. 






ALL PERSONS ENGAGED FOU THE 

McDermott and Diamond Brothers' 



Modern 



THR 

ORIGINAL DIAbTOKDS, 
MATT.. LEW 
and LAWRENCE. 



Minstrels 



Will plea'O report for Rehearsals at IRWIN, PA., WEDNESDAY. SEPT. T, 10 A. M. SHARP, snd 
acknowledge this Call by Letter Immediately to MATT. DIAMOND, NEW CASTLK, PA. 

NOTK-We have bin' .secured the HANDSOME SPECIAL PULLMAN CAR "TIHgTLK.'Vall 
PERFECTLY and BEADTI FOLLY EOUIPPED. In which the above Company will enjoy "ALL THE 
COMFORTS of a HOME 1 ' wblie en route coming season. 

W. J. McDERMOTTJC. E. B0SE, COL. C. W. ROBERTS, 

SOLE PROPRIETOR. MANAGER. GEN. BUS. MANAGER. 



WA:LV^E>r> QUICK, 



FOR 



ANGELL'S IDEALS 

An Al PIANIST to Double Anything ii Brass Except Drum, 

in Al LEADING IA1 to Double Anything in Band. 

Also a few other useful people please write or wire qulek to J. 8. a \(;k. ll. 

Mexico, Ma. week Aug. 8; Cedar Rapids, la., week Aug. 15. 



THE GREAT MUSICAL COMEDY, 

PAPA'S BOY, 

Introducing FRANK F. MILLER, BLANCHE BRYAN and M. B. STREBTEH. 

■war * T\Tr|,BUif. Two Character Men (ono tall), Character Woman, Ingenue with Dancing 
" BLa tauVi 8pcclaltv, Musical Director (piano), and oilier Musical Comedy Teople. write. 

Address FRANK F. MILLER, Spring Lake, Mich. 

Merchant Free Street Fair and Carnival, 

AT PHILLIPSBURG. KINS., SEPT. 20 to 24, 1904, 

SHOWS OF ALL KINDS-FREE ATTRACTIONS TI1AT ARE THE BEST. Concessions of All Kind*, 
except gambling. Geo. Wcslropandtieo. llrlck, wrlle. Addrets s.P. BENLiRlCHS, Maisge*. 



TO MANAGERS-ARE YOU COMING EAST? 

IF SO, DON'T OVERLOOK THB ^___ 

NEW ELKS THEATRE, 

RUNPOHD FALLS. MAINE. 
Flrat class In every particular. Good attraction can do big business. Town on the lmorn. Addre;? 

JOS. B. BRADY,' Manager, 

Parties having Moving ricturc Machines for saie please communicate at once, wltn fullpartlcuisrs. 



HANDSOME JUVENILE WOMEN. 

specially preferred, HHnd Leader, Ttsp lb iimmer, Properly Man, double Bass Drum.' Other Heper • 
(aire People and Musicians who wrote before write again. Ilaveaufl. Sleeping snd Dining Car for 
sale. BOBBY FOUNTAIN, Colorado Springs, Col. 



BENNETT and RICH, 

GVe^marii Coirxenly Act 

Week of Ang. t, Revero Beach, Boston; Aug. it, Old Orchard, Maine. 

Ang. 22 and Later Open for Engagement.. 



A VERY STRONG DUMB ACT AT LIBERTY. 

ORVILLE and FRANK, 



ind 



'OSTURE1 



On Bccount of W.B. WATSON, w|lh whom we were engaged aa hi, feature act, selling his AMERI- 
CAN Rl'RLESQUERS SHOW, we are ready to Bign with anv WHEEL or (lOOIl SHOW for tho season. 
Address ORVILLE * FRANK, lew Third Ave., Now YorlCj 



WANTED, FOR A BIG MELODRAMA, 

Touring Eastern and Central States, One, Three Night, and Week Stands, 

Man for Leads. Heavies, Juvenile*, Characlnr Old Man, Comedian with Sp»- 

dalty for "Rongh Irish," Woman tor Lead,, Juvenile, and Character.; 

also Stage Carpenter aad Al Advance Agent. 

Longseaaon. Rehearsals Aug. \i. In Monlresl, Can. Must Join on wire. State all and' very loweit 
salary. Don't misrepresent Address "RELIABLE." General Delivery, Montreal. Can. 



THE KING OF IRELAND, 



Rehesfslng this week nnder the management of AL WOODS, of SULLIVAN, HARRIS A WOODS. 
MM WELL, THANK YOU. TUB KING OF IRELAND. 



AT LIBERTY, PaUlill© DO V©r© 

SOUBRETTKS.INOENDES and JUVENILES. A1BPECIALTY. WarA robe the best. One piece pVafernd, 
Ke.ponsibic managers only. Regards to Revere sua Burdocks. LAWRENCE HOTEL, Washington, d. C. 



AUGUST 13. 



THE NEW YOEK CLIPPER. 



573 



NEW FILM SUPPLEMENT No. 220 
REIDY IUBDST I. 

EDISON EXHIBITION KINET0SC0PE, $115.00 



CUSS A FILMS, 15 CENTS PER FOOT. 
CUSS B FIIJM2 CENTS PER FOOT. 

- -. u - -~ -- - EDISON UNIVERSAL KINETOSCOPE, $75.00 

- PRKSIDCNTIAL OAMPAION PIOTURCS. 

Democratic Presidential Candidate, Judge Parker, and Mayor MeClellan, laopua, N. Y. Class A. 60ft. 
President Theodore Roosevelt -------••■:- Class A. OOft. 

THE FIRST MOTION PICTURE EVER HADE OP JL'DOE PACK1H, 



EDISON FILMS 



THE OIML.Y ORIGINAL 



!l 

y BEAT TEMPLE PROCESSION IT K1KKO, JAPAN... 810ft B 
DEPARTURE 14th CO.. JAPANESE ENGINEERS FROM 

SHlNBAeHI STATION FOR KOREA 166ft. B 

PARADE. MTSTIO BB RIMERS, ATLANTIC OITT 118ft. A 

ODTINO, MTSTIO 8HRINER8, ATLANTIC CITY 146ft. A 

WHITE STAR 8. 8. "BALTIC" LKAVINO PIER ON 

FIRST EASTERN VOTAOE. i»ft A 

SKIRMISH BETWEEN B0S8IAN AND JAPANESE 

ADVANCE GUARDS. (Sift. A 



A MUSIC BALL MANAGER'S DILEMMA. M0R. B 

OOP FOOLS THE SERGEANT 176ft. A 

DRIVEN FROM HOME SSOft. B 

COLLIERY DISASTER 470ft. B 

SCENES IN AN INFANT ORPHAN 

A8YLDM MSfL A 

A CIRCUS ROMANCE 846ft. B 

TOUR IN ITALY 848ft. B 

ANNIE'S LOVE 8T0RT Tstft. B 



MOST POPULAR MOVING PICTURE EVKK SHOWN. 
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS. 



POLLYWOOS list RBOT. ». O., «. T., 

INTTUTINO RAW RECRUITS. 130ft A 

JAPANESE AMBUSH UOft. B 

STUDY, SMOKE AND SOOT 168ft. B 

RUM V*. CBERRIE8 MOft. B 

NEST ROBBERS IMft. B 

BOXING HORSES, LUNA PARK, CONST 

ISLAND letru A 



IOI 

■DIBON MANUFACTURING CO. 

MAIN OPPI0E and FACTORY, ORANOR, N. J. 
NEW YORK OFFICE: M CHAMBERS ST CABLE ADDRESS, KURILI AN, NEW YORK. 
OFFICE FOR UNITED KINO DOM: Sft OLERKEN WELL ROAD, LONDON, E.G., ENGLAND. 



:llin( 



THE KINETOORAPn CO.. 
KLEINS OPTICAL CO..... 
PETER BACIOALUPI 



41 E. nit St., New York. 

69 Sine St.. Ohtcago, III. 

tse Mission St., Ban Francisco, 0*1. 



For the 22d Season of Philadelphia's lost Popular Amusement Eesort, 

9th and Arch 
DIME MUSEUM 

Originally Established and Still Managed by 



Grand Reopening SAT., AUG. 27. 



VF ANTBDI 

FOR THE THEATRE: 

Bright, Breeiy aid Up to Date Vaudeville 
loveltiei. 

No others will be contidered. 

FOR THE CURIO HALL 
AND VIEW HALL: 

Living Cariosities of B?ery Description. 

And Oiigiaal Working Platfoim A.cts, Nov- 
elties that can be featured, and Me- 
chanical Curiosities and Contrivances 
of Every Description. 

Address all communications at once to 



w a. k n> b> r>! 
For One Performance 

OILY, Saturday, Aug. 27, 

The Biggest, Newest and kTost Sensational 

OPEH AIR 

NOVELTY 

Of tbe Season. A Feature that Is a 
Sure Crowd Drawer. 

Address with fall description of act, giv- 
ing address for two weeks, 



C.A.BRADENBURCH 

9th and ARCH DIME MUSEUM, 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 




The Smallest Midgets in the World, 

HORVATH 




WILL END ITS TWO TEAR 

ENGAGEMENT WITH TBE 

BARNUM & BAILEY 
Greatest Show On Earth 

AT THE CONCLUSION OP THIS SEASON. 

OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENTS 
AFTER NOVEMBER. 

Tbe troupe Includes INTERNATIONAL 
SISGERS AND DANCERS, BOXERS, Etc, 
Saving appeared In the finest theatres 
inroaff ,> «>ut tie world, with great success. 

REFERENCES: Winter Garden, Berlin; 
London Hippodrome; Casino de Paris, Paris; 
Barnum * Bally Greatest Show. 

ADDRESS ALL OFFERS TO 

SIO. HOP1VATW, 
Care or Rarnnm * Rally Show, per route, 

or care of CLIPPER. 



THE BICKETT FAMILY 





fcoMlNG YOUR MEET. 



HAVE BOMB OPEW TIMB IW OCTOBEB, ROVEHBER AKD DECEMBER. 
Address WH. E. BICK.ETT, Oread Baplds, Mich. 



CENTRAL TRUNKS. 



»X TRUNK facto 




At Liberty "for Ooming 8«««on. 



free! etsssssesssBss^^ 

*U» Dn^Prta. tj2and»rn^N ^U^THE NEWMAN MFO. CO.. 01.Wtan4.0Uo. 



SIEGMAN 

& WEIL, 

77-81 W008TER 8T. * 

(Bet Spring and Broom.), Now York. 

Theatrical Supplies, 
Grease Paints, ... 

Tights, Wigs, 
THEATRICAL JEWELRY | ' 
Gold & Silver Trimmings, 
Spangles, Etc., 

W. lend good* C. 0. 0., aubj.ct to Inspection, 
but require . Oapotlt on .11 Ordin. 



SEND « on. 
BOB 

OATAMMUB 
■0.4 

lend seas, for 



for 

' Catalogue 
Hc«. 




Patents 

and 

JrarJe-Marks. 

I 



Copyright your acts, plays, sketches and 
songs. It will PAY you. Many Copyrights 
are worthless, because Invalid. You can- 
not afford to tale such chances. We 
guarantee • valid copyright at small coat, 
pinions and legal advice. Patents and 
Trade-Marks. Send stamp for particulars. 

Columbia Copyright and Patent Co., Inc. 
wahocii aioa, WASHing-row. p. c 



Miniature Railroad Co 

4307 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY, h. Y. 



. CsiV.*". 






SOLO HEDtL 
SPECIAL. 



For Parka, Summer R e so rt s , e t o = 
Hauling Capacity, 20 Ton*. 
Earning $1,800 In six day*. 

With prope r oare wil l laat 20 > r. 

•MIBff'B LOCOMOTIVE WOBM 



FILMS! FILMS! 



And Moving Picture Machines, all makes, bought 
and for sale. A large stock of Supplies constantly 
on hand. OUTFITS RENTED. Write to OS 
today. 

LEWIS M. SWAAB & CO.. 

338 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



STERE- 
OPTI- 
CON, 
$15. 

With Electrlo Arc. Callcnm or Acetylene Lffht 
IUnstrated Song Slides, 36c., colored. FILMS 
BOCQHT AND SOLD. 

L. BKTZ, 301 E. J3d Street, New York City. 




AT TT at* AK C T I \# C 



'CARNIVALS TOURNAMENTS PICNICS 

/airs reunions ccicbrations shows trc 
TYPE*»°PICTORIAL WORK.:.. 

(arn i va l Poster Co. 

■ • Minneapolis mirxrit. 



DON'T TAKE CHANCES. 

It* Ton Want Result* Use a CBOBB 

LETTER HEAD 

BEND FOR FREE SAMPLES. 

CIOSS "XSWSSSK* GHIGICQ 

I8e. tor 8t»f • Money. Book of ewt*. SOe 



SKETCHES 

CHESTER BARRON. 

■28. E. O.DEBILLE, • • Af.lt, 
1402 Bmdw.r, W. Y. 'Phono 8tM68ttt. 
HAUHIOa H. BOHVIVITO 

LAWYER. PROFESSIONALS MANAGED, 
Ul 03 I'ark Row (World Bldg.) New York. 



WW RELIABLE 



linnj 



ARLWLIQHT 

AMET'SOZO-CACBI. 



^EKDFORCIRCULif.R^ 



BRIGHTER THAN 



uo'\ 3TE HEOPTICOM & FILMEXCHAHtiE | Mo "*"^ 
kerosene! :W.B.MOOBE MAHA&ER. ■"-•:' iCibOLiXs. 
;r man f Li. -il. ' r 108; FRANKLIN '^ST/CMlCAGO.'.f^i .p"R.'- f.f KEP 




For 8O0W8, PANORAMAS, 0ABB0U8ELI 
8ALO0HS.HEBRY-0OE0UHD8, SUsUBI 
RBS0HT8, DAHOE PAVTLJ0N8, Elo,, . . . 
POLLMAN 

ORGANS or ORCHESTRIONS. 

SPECIAL DISCOUNT on all srrangement* made now. Pull particulars as. 

ILLE8TRATED CATALOGUES MAILED FREE on application, by their Sol. Agent, 

AUGUST POLLMAN, 70 isd 72 Frioilln St., Niw York City. 

BXOBANOES OONSIDCRJtD. ORGANS REPAIRED. NSW BARREL. MADS 



ORGANS 



FRATI & CO/S 



SPLENDID 

MAKE OF 




KlVIKGrr, BROS., Prop. 



R.c.nl Production. Supplied : 
PARSIFAL 

BABE8 IN YOYLAND 
WIZARD OF OZ 
SHEPHERD KINO 
DU BARRY and BEN HUB 
E. H. Soth.rn - Th. Proud Prlnc. 
W.b.r & Fields' W hoop Ose Doo 
Law DocksUd.r'. Minstrels 
NINEYY AND NINE 
GALVESTON FLOOD 
FALL OF POMPEII 



Hi ElEfil 
STA&ELIGHTI1C0. 




1393-6Bro.dway.nd 12B W. 3Bth St 
N.w York. 



"i 




ARTIFICIAL OAKLAND., VINES, SPRAYS, CROWNS. 

Plant*. Trees, Palms and Loose Flowers for stage purposes. I'urtloularly 
call yonr attention to the workmanship on my goods, which la unpa- 
ralleled by competition. Special attention given to Theatrical work. 
Write for my catalogue No. 1, 0., which contains (nil description and 
illustrations of the assortment of goc ds 1 carry. 



BVBI1ES, 



4MNM* 



CiRL SBTSCBERT, 

187-1 B9 Se. Clark St., Chicago. 




NOTICE-MANAGERS and AGENTS. 

12 THE DORRES OPERA HOUSE, r,C 

All contract* must be sent to me for approval. Plenty of open time. Only bouse 
playing Flit ST CLASS ATTRACTIONS. Do not book Repertoire or cheap com pan lea 
Population, 20,000. Seating capacity, 1)00, House under new management Modern 
Improvement, fire ordinances compiled wltb. Good connections North and South. Com- 
panies lose no time. CUAH. K. BKIiOBH, Manager, It. IT. D., No. 1, I'hoenli, Aril. 



CHARLES H. DUNCAN, 

BIO HIT PASTOR'S THEATRE. RB-VROAOED. * 



THREE Ml 
it MINDTES IN ONE. Permanent address, 



After fifth Song. 

188 l'HIKU AVE , N. V. 0. 



TRICK BYCYCLIST, 

TO JOIN A WELL IClMO\A/N AOT. 



JOIN 

STATE SALARY FIRST LETTER. Address 



KNOWN 

BICYCLE, care of NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



Tolodo, Ohio, 

REOPENS SUNDAY, MAT., AUG. 28, 1904. 

WANTED, 1 HEAR FROM ALL FIRST CLAS8 ACTS. 

Prefer those that have not played Toledo In ono year. Address II. II. LAMK1N, Manager. 



WIGS 



TOUPEES, GREASE PAINTS, ETC. 
A. M. BVCH & CO., 

11. B. MlaUl BfTMt, ..... Phtlad.lpal*. 

N. T. Rep.: B. IIALLI WELL- *" W. nth ■« 
Drop hla a Una and he will call on yon. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



Great Bargain Sale of Moving Picture Films, 

■AGIO LAITE3I8, ILLUBTBATED BOI08 AID IOTII6 PIOTOBE IACBIIE8. 

We have Inst purchased the entire stock of films belonging to two large exhibition companies. 
Most of the Dim* are absolute y new, never even used, all In dne condition. Write at once for (Jreat 
Bargain List No. 10 (J. Don't delay. Willi A.MS, mtowif *> eahlk, 

Dept B. No. si. Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 



THE STAR BRAND POPCORN WORKS. 

he leading house In New York, candy PACKAGES for Parka, Boat, and Theatre.. Five cent i 
specialty. Try our OOLDKN CRISP POPCORN. A winner. 

WM. 1. MADDEN A CO.. 14 and M Desbrosae* Street New York City. 



FUNK £ SO.™! * iTIo^: 

He V ICKER'i THEATRE, Chicago, III. Telephone-Central *C Bend for Catalogue. 



Character*, ffid Men, K(c. Competent Bt*«e Director Characters, Old Women, iferrte*, Ktc, 
Roth Experienced and Reliable, with A-l Modern and l^gltlmst* Wardrobe, Have several Strong 
PUys at small royalty. OLD OKOBARD BKAOII, MAINE. Lock Box 10S. 



574 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



August 13. 



THE DREAMS OF THE OLD ENGINEER. HI HENRY S F 



A Fine Solo for Baritone or Contralto, by HAUGBRY »n<] RADEBAUGli. 



EYES T HAT ANSWER MINE. 
MOTHER'S OLD GARDEN AT HOME. 



D. C. GRIfFiN. 



By FLINT & JOHNSTON. 



THE CURFEW. 



By TARR I JOHNSTON. 



S^nd late programme and postage for Professional Copies of late»t iQit. and Vocal Mu.lc. 
Orchestrations 10c. 

PIONEER PUBLISHING CO., 

aos-aou Baltimore Bldg.. Chicago, III. 



WANTED, 



HI 



Kl»R THE PACIFIC COAST TOUR jlSAUOlHATISn AT BAR 

JOSE, CALIFORNIA, DEC. », 1904), OF THE 

"SIAHT OF THE WEaT," 




6I8ANTICALLY 
AUGMENTED 




REALLY, TRULY ACTORS who can play brass (no bass drummers), a CLEVER CHILD, MUSICIANS 
r>r Band and Orchestra. Sobriety a requisite essential. No medicine acinrs, wjnld-be'a has-been's or 
amaieurs wanted at sny price. Would like to hear from the Wilsons. Mnckeyand Clarke, Fletcher 
8ml h and Fred La Don. This Is a two car show, carrying the finest ponies, golden chsnott. Floats 
and effects ever presented. A pleasant Winter tour 'mid the palms of California. Musicians address 
FRO P. 1). 0. SMITH. Bandmaster: all other* 

E STANLEY LEWIS and WM. W. BBOWN, Bols Owsen, 

Far Route NORKIS & HOWK'i SHOWS. 
N. B.-We have tho finest Cook on the Coast— UOP wah, late of ZINKAND'S 'Frisco. 



FOURTH SUCCESSFUL IEA80N. 



BOOKED iOLID FOR FORTY WEEKS, 



TME GERMAN 

LILIPUTIAHS 

CAN PLACE A FEW MORE WELL FORMES MIDGETS. 

Yon don't have to work every seven minutes; one show a day. We furnish all. 

Add. MGR. LIL1PUTIAK CO , 510 Ilm St., St. Louis, Mo. 



OPENING POSTPONED. 



OLYMPIC and HAYMARKET 

THEATRES, CHICAGO. 

On account of una voidable delay In rebuilding above theatre, tbelr opening 
had to be postponed. 

THE HAYMARKET WILL OPEN AUG. 22. 
THE OLYMPIC WILL OPEN OCT. 3. 

Artists booked far earlier dates will .onelder same canceled and write for 
later time. KOHL St OAlTLst. 

Charleston Theatre, 



>N, 1L.L.IINOI 

IIEPtEMBEK AND OCTOBER ALMOST EST1I1KLY OPEN FOR OOOD 

COMPANIES. ALIO THANKSGIVING. 

Population, 1,000; capacity, 1,000 New Interurban. T. J. CHAMBERS, Manager, 

Care of First National Bank, Charleston, III. 



THE GREAT ENGLISH VAUDEVILLE PAPER. 



THE 



THBATR0 



AMD 

401 & 

FOREIOrT SUBSCRIPTION, - - ' - 
PBOFEISIO.IAL ADVERTISEMENTS, 



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Aug. 80, 81; Sept 1 -DELAWARE— Aug, 80, 81; Sept. 1, 

GRANGE FAIR and PICNIC 



Comedy Tight Hope. Divine Elks. Ostrich Farm, Bicycle Dive, Balloon Ascension, or any Ouldcor 
Attraction. You set the price and. If reaaonnble, we pay it. Address 

Brandy wlno Springs Park, R. W. CROOK, General Manager Peoples' Ry. Co., WUm., Del. 



PROMISED 
REVELATION. 



THE NOTIFICATION COMMITTEE 
UNANIMOUSLY PROCLAIM 



THURBER .no NA8HER CO.. 

—Headed By— 
n/llstm Flornnoo Hamilton, 
PERFECT IN EVERY DETAIL— WATCH THEIR BIO ROYALTY PRODUCTIONS. 
Jim Blndso, Mrs. Jack, Deserted Bride, Woman Behind the Throne. Jewess of Kishinev. Harvest of 
Sin. Bto. Direction of P. H. TB.URBF.R and MATT HASHER. 

Rehearsals Commence Aug. 8, at Smith Theatre, Bridgeport, Conn. 



DRAMA and 
VAUDEVILLE 
UNSURPASSED. 



anf f FOR 

"WAS SHE TO BLAME" COS. 

Two Good sired Men for Straight, to manage stage : two Juvenile Men, most be small (boy part); (wo 
Second Comedians, to Double Props ; two llo»vy Women, to Doable Piano, on In second act only; 
two Character Men and Women, with Specialties. Also can use Man to Double Piano. Old mem. 



berawrlte. One night stands. Address 



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In our New York Store, A LE ATHEROID TRUNK 

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■ tho 



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"Mr. Bloe Beard" Co., who used UMyears. Our .trunk" are not leather, bat LEATHEltOID— a 



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ADDRESS 
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Wanted, a Good Opening Show 
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OPEN TIME TO SEPT. 20 Address Owner, 
R I. PIERCE, 
l r Front St , Phlllpsburg, Centre Co., Pa. 



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Wanted, Experienced Manager (or Minstrel 



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New Illustrated Catalagni Upon Request, 



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BELLOWS 

PRODUCTIONS 



REPRESENTING 

Departments of Productions 
and Engagements. 

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AUGUST 13 



Will FIT 
ANY ACT 



THE U1ZW YORK CLIPPER. 



•75 




II 



WORDS BY 

(EC II. MACK. 

MU8I0 BT 

ALBERT VON TILXER 



This numb., has nndoebtedly wwW mor. talk and favorable ron.mcnt than any nrvr song In j-t.an. If yon arc looking fee m hit, this Is It. 



"TELL ME WITH YOUR EYES" 



Lyric by ARTHUR J. LAMB. 
Muslo by ALBERT VOX TILZRR. 



Unqaesttoaabl y Ike moit beautiful ballad ever written. The kind yon like to ling. 



"WATERMELON AM GOOD ENOUGH FOR MINE" 



Word* by O. BARKBR RIOHARDSOM. 
Muslo by ALBERT VOB TILZER. 



A gnat Story coon song. Fnany enough to call It a comic long. 



"YOU MUSTN'T PICK PLUMS FROM MY PLUM TREE" 



Word* by ARTHUR J. LAMB. 
MOSlO by ALBERT VOE T1LZER. 



A Real Novelty. Bare to pleaac any andleaee. 



Professional Coplea and Orchestrations to all Recognized Performers. Others noil tend up-to-date Program.. 




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40 WEST 28th STREET, NEW YORK. 



AFTER SEPT. 1, 



Alice Lewis 

SINGING and DANCING 

SOUBRETTE. 

Engagement solicited with first class attractloaa only. Farce or Musical 
Comedy or one play. Address 334 E. 18th STREET, HEW YORK. 



L.II 



SPECTACULAR NOVELTY 
f RUHICAL ACT. 



-«■ POTTS and POTTS ■««■ 

'THE MUSICAL JAPS." 

SPECIAL SCENERY. ELECTRICAL EFFECTS. 

Week Aug. 8, Central Park, Dunkirk, n. Y ; week Aug. U, Sammer Park Theatre, Erie, Pa. 
SEPTEMBER TlrVlE OPEN. 

N. B.— Potts aoil Potts. "Toe Musical Japi," have one of the best musical acts ever seen In 
Buffalo.— BUFFALO EVENING NEWS, THURSDAY, AUG. 4, 1904. 



DOMINION THEATRE, 

WINNIPEG, MAN., CANADA. 

BOW BEING BUILT AT A COST OF $60,000. 

Tie Most Bn.itl.iil Theatre la the Northwest Devoted lo Nigh Glass Vaudeville. 

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF ^VXo KYLEt 
EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES ARD BOOHING AGBKTS, 

IRELAND * ARMSTRONG, 

204 Schiller Ding., CHICAGO, ILL. 



FEINBERG ph °* a P hiir 

IS LOCATED AT HI8 NEW STUDIO, 



WANT 

FOR THE 

Gus Sun Minstrels 

TO OPEN at TOLEDO, OHIO, SEPT. 1, 

Baritone, must Doable violin, 'Oeilo or Viola; 
Electrician, to Doubls Band or Stage; Property 
Men— mast Double Band; Porters for Car tbat 
Doable Band, Singing and Dancing Team, Basa 
and Tenor Singers. Preference given th se 
Doubling Band. Maslcal Team; must do Ends 
and Double Band; First Olass, Hard Working 
Agent; must be sober and reliable. Other Musi- 
cians and Performer., write. Season of as weeks 
or more, with flrat class accommodations and 
treatment, address QUS BUN, 
335 Nebraska Avenue, Toledo, Ohio. 



ACME 



FORMERLY PEIN (HE, 
AT LIBERTY AFTER SEPT. 10, 04, 

For Burlesque, Farce Comedy or Minstrel. Week 
Am. 8, '04, Hlverton Park, Portland, Me, Address 
Per. address, F. J. MARTELL, 

211 Main St., Lcwlston, Me. 

mm mm, mm ml 



WANTED CHEAP, 

A Couple of Mutoscope 
Biogens. 

Addre« "BIOOEN," cere of CUPPER. 



LIBE 

For Permanent Po.lt Ion or Week Stands 

OPERATOR, 

With MoyIii g Plot ore and Bt eroopt loon ntfl t 
Plenty of Films and Slides, who can double on 
bass and tuba or baritone and violin lo band and 
orchestra. Address BOX 882, JACKSON. MICH. 



Between 355th and OOtix Sts., 

Where he will he pleased to meet hta many professional friends. 

FORMERLY' OF 10 IV. 14th St. TELEPHONE TONNE CTION. 



Rep. People and Musicians, 

For GDY STOCK CO., rarmersbnrg, fad. 

FILMS FOR RENT. 

EUGENE CXfllZeTE «5c CO., 



00 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO. 



DRAMATIC ENGLISH ARTISTES JUST ARRIVED, 

MISS CARRIE DAVEY, HAROLD HUBERT, 

EMOTIONAL ACTRESS. CHARACTER ind VERSATILE ACTOR. 

Supported Dion Bouoicau't Sen., MaoMahon Leltch, Geo. Blgnold, Wilson Barrett. Starred In 
"Silver King, "'-Lights ' o > London," "Harbor Lights," "Buman Nature," "After Dark," 'Silence of 
Dean Mattane," 'Irish DetecUve," and about 200 othors. Haveplays^le^.paittandmugloof above. 
• WANTBD.QOOD MANAGER WITH COMPANY, DATES, Etc, FOR TOCB THROVOB V .8 A. 

Salary ortteresT Apply H. HUBERT, CUPPER OFFICE. CHIOAOO, ILL. 



AT LIBERTY SEASON lg0*-0g » 

soa.ro., o. HOWARD and MAITDEVILLE "»«• 




COYLE 4 DEOtSCBBAII, 



And TOUPEE MAKERS 

Full Line of Make Up Cosmetics. 
119 W. 37th Street, sear Broadway, lew York. 



WANTED QUICK— R«p. Comedian and den. Business Man. 



Attention, Band and Orchestra Leaders ! 

On you wmt to Learn to Compose and 
Arrange Mmlci if so, send Jse. stamp for 
trial lesson. Nothing to pay until yon hare 
been tiuibt Leisons 1, 2 and 8. If these lessons 
do not convince yoa tbat this la Strictly Legit- 
imate, fen They are Free. Don't write un- 
less yoa have a thorough knowledge of the rudi- 
ments of muslo, and Mean Bu.ln r... 

O. W. WILCOX (Harmonist), 
1830 Broadway, N. V. 



A BARGAIN. 

Nickel or Penny In Slot ELEUTMOAL PLAYING 
PIANO CTHE NI